The Adventure Company has announced Update 1.02 for the PC title Secret Files: Tunguska. The game puts players in the shoes of Nina Kalenkov, who whilst investigating the mysterious disappearance of her father becomes embroiled in a decade-old conspiracy. The patch will add a video gallery that allows cutscenes to be accessible from the main menu and resolves in-game timing issues with dual-core processors. It also negates the need to update graphic drivers for in-game video playback. Alongside these technical fixes will be a new ending for the game, which will feature "a more dramatic finale," and a character synopsis that will let players know what happened to everyone after the end of the story. The patch can be downloaded by following instructions from the company's official Web site.
Secret Files: Tunguska gets alternative ending
Patch released for the adventure game fixes two issues and adds new features.
Good thing this patch is available here at GameSpot - it's no longer on The Adventure Company's site, evidently.
I have no idea what the ending is like without the patch, but at any rate, this patch is a must because this alternate ending is awesome! The character synopsis is a bit cheesy, but in a good way, and it had me laughing the entire while (the best part was a very obvious poke at a certain MMO...).
I could not have said it any better than Cloud737. I started playing the game recently and although it's not The Longest Journey, I like it. I just wish there was a way to run the game at higher resolutions.
First company I ever heard that really cared about it`s users. They released a patch that not only fixes all the problems that users are complaining (some of which aren`t even necessary as the issue could have been worked around -eg: dual core), but also adds a very requested alternate ending by the user base. I like the game, and the fact that the devs offer their full support for the game convinced me to actually buy the game. Keep up the good work and best of luck The Adventure Company!!
Cool. Only game i heard of to do with Tunguska was an old PS1 puzzle game similar to Ico, that was in fact, nothing to do with Tunguska, the explosion. Which is actually an interesting subject. I might check the game out, sounds interesting.