- minor bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Great game but possible game breaking glitch...
This is a great game! However I am all the way to Paris and I am unable to get the blue stone from the bridge. I have successfully gotten the street sweeper to sweep the rainy side of the bridge and expose the blue stone but now he is gone and when I click on the blue stone the game plays dialogue from previous to the bridge being swept. Something like “I need to get the street sweeper to sweep this filthy side” or similar. SPOILER ALERT: I click on the blue stone with the umbrella and it just gives me the error sound.
Am I missing something? Is there a way to fix this or do I have to start all over again? How do I know that it won’t glitch again when I play through again?
Thanks for responding Devs! I ended up starting the game over and just made sure that I completed the bridge puzzle before moving on to the others. It worked fine that way. Still an update to fix that bug would be helpful. Great job otherwise! It’s a great game!
Developer Response ,
Hello, we will publish an update soon.
Sequels never live up to the original
After playing the Secret Files: Tunguska...and loving it....I immediately purchased this sequel. I should’ve listened to the reviews. The puzzles didn’t always make much sense. With so many items and possibilities, you find yourself grabbing an item and trying to pop it onto every area on the scene or inventory item list ...over and over again. At least with the Tunguska game, the item would light up with a green halo of an interaction was even possible or a red halo of not. But not with this game. All you get is a “bong” noise if it doesn’t work. No visual. So you have to tap, drag, release, “bong”...tap, drag, release, “bong”...repeat 10x every scene. The inventory list is on a rolling line so trying to connect items using the arrow button was frustrating. (Tunguska game gave all items in an overlay box for easy merging)
Also...The voice actings were like nails on a chalkboard. Especially Nina’s character...I just skipped her dialogue out of sheer irritation. Sorry for the poor review. I really wanted to love this game.
As an adventure and point/click gamer...this game disappointed me. Sad because the first was so amazing. Same with the first Lost Horizons...great game. But the sequel flopped.
I don’t regret spending $4-5 though. The artwork, scenery, creativity, music, immersion...still worth the money. These developers are very talented. Hopefully they can produce more games along the lines of the originals.
They don’t make them like this often!
Love this type of story with real challenges and not just hidden objects! Cute graphics. Very long and engaging. Lots of different scenes and areas to explore. Only thing I didn’t like is some puzzles required much too random solutions and sometimes you had to try multiple times the same thing before it finally worked. He refused to pick up the Apple the first several times till he finally gave in. Annoying when you try something, get totally stumped and have to look up a cheat only to find you tried it before. Otherwise I really loved it and hope developers put this much time into their games!
- Animation Arts Creative GmbH
- 1.9 GB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Polish, Russian
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- © 2017 Animation Arts Creative GmbH
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