Secret Files 2: Puritas Cordis

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Secret Files 2: Puritas Cordis or Geheimakte 2: Puritas Cordis in German is a less seen but traditional point and click game with the settings of adventure game. It is a direct sequel to the 2006 adventure game Secret Files: Tunguska. Secret Files 2: Puritas Cordis file was released for the platforms of Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Wii and Nintendo DS on May 8, 2009. Secret Files 2 is developed by three different developers. Microsoft Windows version was developed by Fusionsphere Systems and Animation Arts jointly. Wii and Nintendo DS versions are developed by Keen Games. The game went public in 2007 Leipzig Games Convention for the first time. Deep Silver the name behind the games like Warhammer: Mark of Chaos and S.T.A.L.K.E.R is publishing the Secret Files 2. Single player is the only playing mode of the game. Instead of the fact that the game is released in the seventh generation, system requirements for the game are not so high.

One of the biggest mysteries to human beings The Tunguska event is solved in the previous game. Nina Kalenkov and Max Gruber the two playable characters of the game have split up. Nina goes aboard on a cruise to Portugal and Max is going in the opposite way to Indonesia. However, their separation does not last very longer. There is a rise in Natural Disasters round the globe and Vladimir Kalenkov father of Nina is called upon to investigate the issue. The game starts with a priest escaping a church and later killed for the documents he is carrying. These documents are about prophesying the apocalypse. However, before being killed he manages to get the documents to the hands of Bishop Parrey. Bishop is the third playable character of the game and his job is to save the documents from getting into wrong hands. One of the most attractive feature of the game series breaking the fourth wall will continue in this game also. In one scene when Nina is asked to pick up a gun, she says that minigames have been forbidden by the lead designer

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