Undercover: Operation Wintersun may have its flaws, but that doesn’t prevent it from being a very satisfying exercise in espionage. Besides, with so many games being dumbed down to accommodate gamer’s allergic to a healthy challenge, it’s hard not to appreciate a title that demands more of players than simple blind clickery.
A fine example of a traditional adventure game, with an engaging storyline, challenging puzzles and visuals and sound that combine for a good atmosphere. It's without a doubt the best point and click game I've played in a long time, despite its flaws.
It’s just so frustrating. Not only the puzzles, for all the wrong reasons, but the fact that what could have been a perfectly decent adventure has been yet again held back by the same old ridiculously common mistakes.
SummaryIn 1943, Hitler’s Germany is performing scientific research on nuclear fission intending to produce nuclear energy as well as nuclear weaponry. In Undercover: Operation Wintersun players slip into the role of British scientist Dr. John Russell. Hired by Britain's Secret Service MI6, you must serve your country, the Crown, and the world b...