The new adventure-puzzle game for the Wii and DS from Deep Silver has arrived on store shelves. The game puts players in the role of a scientific researcher’s daughter as she discovers that her father ends up missing during his research of a mysterious phenomenon that occurred over a hundred years ago.

Geoff Mulligan, Chief Operating Officer at Deep Silver commented in the press release, saying…
“Secret Files: Tunguska offers a great array of puzzles and intrigue as a point-and-click adventure,” ... “Players should enjoy teasing solutions out of the game by making use of the environment and the two controllable characters that interact seamlessly with each other. Considering that, along with its intuitive controls, engrossing storyline, and 10+ hours of gameplay, we’re very happy to bring this title to gamers in North America, both at home and on the go!”

Secret Files: Tunguska is currently available for both the Wii and DS (shockingly enough) for $19.99. And yes, that’s the price for both the Wii and DS version. Most people shouldn’t be shocked considering the quality of most other Wii games. Anyway, you can pick the game up from local retailers or visit the Official Website to learn more about the game.

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