Summary: This was the first game I bought of this kind so it took me a while to understand what you need to do. That said, there were times when all I could do was click on everything in sight just to move on, and even then it wasn't clear what the connection was. In the end I had to find a walk-through just to finish it.
Summary: I love point and click and this was one of the better games in that genre. The plot was intruiging and kept me interested. The puzzles could get frustrating at times as the clues were a little obscure but that's pretty common of the genre. I enjoyed it. The voice acting wasn't that great but it got better. Generally a very good, enjoyable game.
Secret files, in a cake strapped to a dog eh read youl understand
17 July 2011
Excerpt: SECRET FILES: TUNGUSKA NINTENDO DS -------------------------------------- Is not drunk, sorry, I know a lot of you like random drunken ramblings but not today!!! This game was made by Fusionsphere and Animation Arts, originally for the pc in 2006 and then later for the Nintendo system DS and WII in 2008.
Pros: interesting historical stuff, nice to look at, some clever stuff
Cons: bit meh, the puzzles can become quite wierd, not as good as competition
Summary: If you like working your brain cells then this is definitely the game for you! This game appears to be never-ending with level after level of brain teasing situations. I adore games like this and the graphics are just another big plus. I got so hooked from the start it was well past 2:00am and I didn't even notice!
Excerpt: In all honesty. I don't know where to start with this game. It is the most bizarre puzzle/point and click style game I have ever come across. When I first got my Nintendo DS I searched online for all the point and click games I could get my pointy/clicky hands on! This one sounded ok. Some kind of disaster somewhere and I was on call to solve all the mysteries. Perfect. Originally on the PC, it did make an easy step over the Wii and DS.