Deep Silver has announce that it will be bringing all chapters of Secret Files to the Nintendo Switch, starting with Secret Files: Tunguska. As the name might imply, these games all center around some form of mystery that needs to be solved. Unraveling it isn’t quite as simple as running through the story though, as players will have to solve plenty of puzzles and riddles in order to get there.
Secret Files: Tunguska follows Nina Kalenkow as she searches for her father Vladimir after he mysteriously vanishes while investigating the Tunguska catastrophe from 1908. With the help of Vladimir’s assistant Max, Nina travel across the globe gathering clues and evading both Russian intelligence agencies and zealous members of a secret society. As their search intensifies, they shed more and more light on the truth of the world, but this knowledge could very well come at a heavy price if they’re not careful.
Originally released for the PC in 2006, Secret Files: Tunguska is game made in the point-and-click adventure mold. Players must guide Nina and Max through each of over 100 locations, questioning local NPCs and gathering clues all the while. Whether or not they make it to end and make their final discovery is all up to the player’s ability to put that information together and solve each puzzle they’re confronted with.
Secret Files: Tunguska launches for the Nintendo Switch on November 30. Secret Files 2: Puritas Cordis and Secret Files 3 are set to launch shortly after.