Undercover Missions: Operation Kursk K-141

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Hunt for the traitor!

Board submarine Kursk K-141 and stop a criminal organisation stealing Russian weapon systems! You are agent Belyaeva, a secret agent hunting the criminal mastermind. After an undercover partner goes missing you must find the culprit before Kursk K-141 and the truth fall to the bottom of the ocean!

  • Solve unique puzzles, engage with interesting characters, and hunt for clues in your search for the truth!

  • Explore nearly 50 beautiful locations from towns to Kursk K-141’s submarine chambers

  • Play through 9 thrilling chapters as you hunt for the traitor!

  • 11 mini-game challenges test your skills and wit

  • Set in Russia and based on a real-life event, explore a beautiful recreation of submarine Kursk K-141
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows® Vista™/Windows 7™/Windows 8™
  • Processor: Pentium® IV 2 GHz Single Core equivalent or higher
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX® 9 compatible Graphics card with at least 128 MB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 750 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX® 9 compatible 16 Bit-Sound Card (optional)
  • Additional Notes: Graphics Hardware must support no older than shader model 3.0 to run this game.
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Undercover Missions: Operation Kursk K-141 ... Let me call it UMOK from now on. Is a Point and Click adventure that can be entertained for about 10 Euros. For me, the Game is like a dry Book that you take on hand on a rainy Day when you have nothing else. The Story managed to animate me to play on. However, I didn't really expect much when I bought it. Before Buying, I had watched a Video of the English Edition of the Game. The English Speakers are terrible. The German Version goes so far in Order, even if the Speakers were more than a voice suitable for an Auto Avi. I hardly believe the Russian, even if they are completely emotionless in the Military or in the Intelligence service. Graphically, for me, the Backgrounds and Figures are fine. I wouldn't necessarily Label them as old-baked. The Animations are quite exclusive. I had the Impression here as if you wanted to or had to finish quickly. UMOK consists mainly of Combination Puzzles and few "first person" puzzles. For me it is not quite understandable why you can stand in a Room every now and then thundering the Player and make it wait for a certain Event to occur. At one Point, for example, you have to wait for a Person to appear in the Room so that you can continue to step forward in the Game. Game Length Goes so far fine with 9 Chapters. Bugs I had next to none. During a Password Entry on a Console, the Game sent me back to the Desktop with an Error Message. If you can't find anything else in the Gene, you can buy UMOK or if you can get it for half. The Game is neither good nor bad for me. It's fine by craftsman and meets the Requirements to be an Adventure. Therefore, it is recommended but not a "must have."
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Microsoft from French
Most of the time, we look forward to seeing video games with French audio. It's pretty rare especially in indie games. In General, we simply say: he has at least the merit of being subtitled in French. The game undercover mission: operation KURSK K-141 (project submarine in your steam folder *), it makes us regret its localization: the language of the audio is linked to that of subtitles. "You want French audio? Well, you'll also have the subtitles in the same language! It is indeed impossible, unless you grope the files *, to have the English voices and French subtitles. Thanks to his voices all right out of the BOT. Google translate or its doublers with the motivation as flat as the land before Magéllan, operation KURSK K-141 deserves in hand its title of "worst VF ever made for a game". To the point that hearing the characters speak we discourage us to embark on the adventure. Once this location problem is set *, the game enters the wrong Point'n'Clic category but to do out of curiosity or to test its nerves. If the envy takes you to do it, bought the on sale. I design this game to the most Masos and better of you. Personally, I finished it with a walkthrough under the eyes. Update of the evaluation: after a few hours of playing the meter, I can definitely say: this game is painful and wobble. There is no logic in the puzzles to solve and we quickly became crazy. Aberrant examples: we need to cut a cable. We're trying with the scalpel. Miléna says, "I don't see the point in doing that." We try with a knife... Bingo! We have to repair a gas mask found in a room: we go into his cabin to perform the action with a rested head. Miléna: "no, I'm not going to do that." We're trying a lot of things. Niet! In order to repair the object, it must be done in the room where it is found. The game is filled with aberrations of the genre. * To play the game in English Subtitled French, follow the procedure explained here: > discussion > worst VF ever. http://steamcommunity.com/app/403390/discussions/0/1290691308583076202/
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