Secret files tunguska
developer Animation Arts
Fusionsphere Systems
publisher Deep Silver
release Europeflag September 29th, 2006 (PC)
May 2008 (Nintendo DS, Wii)
genre Adventure
game modes Singleplayer
platform(s) PC, Nintendo DS, Wii
age classification USK: 6, PEGI: 12, ESRB: T (at 13)
predecessor of the game -
successor of the game Secret files 2: puritas cordis

Secret Files: Tunguska is classic click and point adventure game by Fusionsphere and Animation arts. It was released on PC in the last quarter of 2006.


A Russian girl living in Berlin, whose role is to uncover the mystery behind the disappearance of her father, who was involved in a secret scientific project concerning the Tunguska region in Siberia. At times, the role of the player-controlled character switches to Max Gruber, who is a German scientist, and Nina's father's colleague.

The game is viewed from a third person perspective and uses a classic point and click interface. The game features a 'snoop key' tool, which highlights all interactive objects on screen and assists in finding small, easily overlooked objects.

The game occasionally breaks the fourth wall. For example, when Nina is asked to carry a bucket of water whose handle has come off, she makes light of adventure gaming cliches: "Without the handle it's hard to carry. Some colleagues of mine would say: 'that's not possible'. 'that won't work'. 'you can't do it like that."