Secret Files: Tunguska gets alternative ending

Patch released for the adventure game fixes two issues and adds new features.

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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.

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