November 13, 2013

Review: Secret Files: Sam Peters

game format: classic point-and-click adventure

puzzles: inventory, standalone

playtime: 2 - 3 hours | difficulty: easy | size: 750 MB

developer: Animation Arts | publisher: Deep Silver | links: official site | buy this game

Secret Files: Sam Peters
game brief: Right after journalist Sam Peters has escaped from a volcanic eruption on an Indonesian island caused by terrorists, her boss sends her to Africa. Soon enough, strange things start happening at Bosumtwi, a mysterious crater lake. Could the Asanbosam - human-like creatures that lurk in the trees at night and take their victims off to their caves to suck their blood - really exist? (steam)

review: Read my review @ Adventure Gamers® | rating: 3.5/5

summary: Sassy journalist Sam Peters makes the most of her moment in the sun in this neat little Secret Files spin-off, reclaiming some of the series’ former glory by demystifying an ancient African legend.

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  1. Hello,
    perhaps a strange question on this site, but I was searching for people having conflicts with a ATI HD5670 and a Asus STX audio board and I found your site. I have the same boards and have a lot of problems getting audio out of this board. The system is crashing always. I'm working with Windows-7 64bit, but also in 32 bit I had this problems. What drivers do you use for the video and audiocards? Didn't you have problems with the installation?
    Regards, Bert

    1. Sorry, just saw this comment. Hopefully your issue is resolved by now! But to answer your question, I did not have a conflict of the sort you have listed out. But I have Win 8.1 Pro 64 bit so the drivers might be totally different.