Adventure fans must be pleased this week. After yesterday’s announcement of Memento Mori 2’s release date, here comes another great and juicy news. Deep Silver has just announced the third installment of the award-winning Secret Files series. Secret Files 3 is a classic point & click adventure from developer Animation Arts and promises to feature a cinematic story, a variety of locations, and much more.
Secret Files 3 will stay true to the series trandition and will feature an exciting story with entertaining gameplay, mental challenges, and beautiful graphics. Moreover, a writing team supervised by NEOS Film is on board for the series’ third installment.
Dr. Klemens Kundratitz, CEO of Koch Media said:
“We are happy to be working together with our long-standing partners, the adventure pros at Animation Arts, to enrich the Secret Files series still further, and to announce to the fans that a new, exciting game featuring Nina and Max is coming. Secret Files 3 will provide adventurers with typical clever but fair puzzles and new locations – and a thrilling story.”
Marco Zeugner, CEO of Animation Arts added:
“Following the success of the first two Secret Files games and the equally popular game Lost Horizon, we are glad that we can realize Secret Files 3 with Koch Media as well. With the support of a professional writing trio, we will send Nina and Max on a truly breathtaking adventure.”
The game is slated for a 2012 release, exclusively on the PC, and hasn’t been rated yet.
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