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    Secret files: Tunguska :: Review - PC (First UK review)

    I absolutely love point and click adventures when they are done well and Secret File: Tunguska is a fine example. It's received superb reviews in Germany where it was launched earlier this year and we have the UK's first review for you!

    Check out the Review for more info.

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    shame that play are sold out, but 15 quid is a good price

    might buy myself a copy of that, once ive finished little big adventure again

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    Looks fab - love games like that........thanks for the 'heads-up'

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    The demo has been released (apparently people are experiencing slowdown, but we didn't in the full game).

    http://gaming.hexus.net/content/item.php?item=6650

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    cheers for that steven, will download it when i get home from work

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    One of the best point & click is definately "DarkSeed" on the Amiga .. but this looks quite good.

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    Have downloaded and completed the demo, and it was good fun. I'm seriously tempted to go out and buy this, although it may be too much of a distraction to take it back to uni.

    The main thing that impressed me though is that they rescheduled the UK launch, all because they found a bug in that version. You might have to wait a bit longer to get your hands on it, but at least it works.
    If you can't keep up, stick with reality...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibby View Post
    Have downloaded and completed the demo, and it was good fun. I'm seriously tempted to go out and buy this, although it may be too much of a distraction to take it back to uni.

    The main thing that impressed me though is that they rescheduled the UK launch, all because they found a bug in that version. You might have to wait a bit longer to get your hands on it, but at least it works.
    I've now finished it, first point and click that I've finished without checking a walkthrough. Really enjoyed it, but the ending was a bit brief.

    If anyone needs any tips if they buy it, just ask.

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