RoboAwesome's Secret Files: Tunguska | Review (Wii)

In 1908, a wave of super heated air hit the ground in an isolated area of Russia known as Tunguska. It was 1000 times more explosive than the Little Boy atomic bomb that the United States dropped on Hiroshima, and was destructive enough to either completely incinerate or knock over 80 million trees. To this day, scientists are unsure exactly what the cause of this disaster was: some say it was a comet, some say a meteorite. Those who maintain an aluminum foil hat in their wardrobe think is was from a UFO incinerating in Earth’s atmosphere. Secret Files: Tunguska is a point-and-click game that is very loosely centered around the confusion, controversy, and rumor surrounding this event and the tale of a scientist’s daughter to unravel the mystery around her father’s disappearance.

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