Secret Files: Tunguska for both the Nintendo DS and Wii

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Secret Files: Tunguska for both the Nintendo DS and Wii

Post by kai666 » Wednesday, 13 Jun 2007, 10:50

NEWS FOR 2007-06-12

TUNGUSKA SET FOR Nintendo DS AND Wii Koch Media has announced the release of Secret Files: Tunguska for both the Nintendo DS and Wii. Head inside for a 2D/3D adventure.

Koch Media has announced the development of the Nintendo DS and Wii versions of the PC title Secret Files: Tunguska. The lucky developers are 10Tacle Studios (Nintendo DS version) and Keen Games (Wii version).

Pete Walentin, Development Director of keen games, stated: "It is a real pleasure to implement one of the best adventures of recent years for Wii in cooperation with Koch Media. We will optimise the controls for Wii Remote and Nunchuk in order to turn a game that is very good already into a 'perfect-match' for Wii."

"Secret Files Tunguska is one of the most successful adventures of recent years. We are happy that we can bring this gaming adventure to a new platform by developing a Nintendo DS version and that we can also enhance it in a useful way with our innovative touch screen control," says Alexandra Gerb, Managing Director of 10Tacle Studios.


The Nintendo DS version of Secret Files Tunguska will hit the shops in the 4th quarter of 2007, the Wii implementation is expected to be published in the 1st quarter of 2008.


About Secret Files: Tunguska
On the 30th of June 1908, an explosion with the destructive power of 2,000 Hiroshima bombs rocked the Tunguska region in central Siberia, felling more than 6,000 square metres of pine forest. The explosion could be heard within a radius of 1,000km. Witnesses saw an oblong object, glowing in a blueish-white light, fall from the sky. A 20km high pillar of light was followed by a mushroom-shaped black cloud. The three following nights were so bright all over Europe that you could read a newspaper outside without additional light. In California, on the other hand, they noted a continuing reduction of sun light.

Up to this day it is still not clear what really triggered the Tunguska catastrophe. These are the most prevalent theories:

An asteroid or comet crashing to the earth - but why was there no crater to be found?
A vulcanic-like eruption, probably of natural gas - but how does this explain the growing radioactivity in the Tunguska region?
A (natural) nuclear explosion - but why do the trees bear no evidence of a fire?
A small black hole - but where is the exit hole?
The crash of an extraterrestrial spaceship - but why was there no UFO wreckage to be found?

So far, no hypothesis can logically account for all of the facts and features surrounding the Tunguska catastrophe. It could have been a thermal, chemical or even nuclear explosion.

Nina is torn from her normal life when she finds that her father has disappeared without a trace. The police cannot (or will not?) help her, so Nina begins searching for clues about her father's whereabouts on her own. In the course of her investigations, she meets Max Gruber, a young colleague of her father's, who spontaneously offers to help the pretty young woman. Together they soon find out that Nina's father was involved in a previous expedition to Siberia that set out to investigate what lay behind the mysterious Tunguska catastrophe of 1908. At the time a huge explosion triggered an inferno, and the reasons behind that remain a mystery to this day.

Nina and Max soon realise that events of that time are linked to her father's disappearance. Their search for answers leads Nina and Max to the most distant corners of the earth (Berlin, Moscow, Cuba, China, Antarctica etc.). Soon it becomes very obvious that some mighty opponents are also interested in the secret of Nina's father. In the end it turns out that this is about much more than just the disappearance of an old man.


Features:
2D/3D symbiosis - the best of both worlds (2D backgrounds for optimum clarity and richness of detail, 3D characters for smooth animations and atmospheric light and shade effects)
110 highly detailed and atmospheric pre-rendered backgrounds
25 movie quality motion captured 3D characters
Real time light and shade effects of the 3D characters
Atmospheric weather effects (e.g., snow and rain)
Backgrounds that can be scrolled over several screens
Facial animation to show emotions and speech
Cinematic-quality videos for intro and cutscenes in wide screen perspective
Real time light and shade effects
Powerful 3D animations system
Well thought out story and riddle designs (up to 25 hours of gaming fun)
Lively locations thanks to numerous background animations

SOURCE: http://www.DS-x2.com/news/Tunguska+Set+ ... +Wii,10389

The first screenshots of the Nintendo DS version of the game can be found over at the Secret Files: Tunguska gamepage.

Screenshots here: http://www.DS-x2.com/games.php?id=1373&view=screens

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