Adventure game fans get Secret Files: Tunguska

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Adventure game fans get Secret Files: Tunguska
A game that appeared on the PC last year, Secret Files: Tunguska is being ported to the Wii and DS by German developer 10tacle Studios. Players take up the role of Nina Kalenkow, a Russian motorcycle mechanic who is investigating the death of her father. Her search leads her to the site of a mysterious explosion that took place in 1908, which destroyed an estimated 80 million trees over 830 square miles. This place is Tunguska, Siberia.

We're all for adventure games, so we say bring it on 10tacle. Aside from the screens over at DS Fanboy, there isn't much else for us to go on right now. So, be sure to keep an eye on Wii Fanboy for more information as it is made available.

[Via DS Fanboy; thanks, Legolas813!]
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