Lost Horizon Animation Arts / Deep Silver 2010

From the makers of the acclaimed The Secret Files games, comes this Indiana Jones style adventure set in 1936: Nazi henchmen are traveling the world over, searching for occult weapons to help with plans for further conquests – and for a key artifact to unlock the mythical Shambala. When Fenton Paddock, a former British soldier and hapless smuggler, is asked to find a lost expedition in Tibet, he has no idea that his search is going to lead him through three continents, and eventually to a secret that could turn the whole world upside down. There's approximately 150 screens over 5 chapters. Players will visit, among others, Tibet, Hong Kong, Berlin, and Marrakech, promising players a good deal of location variety. Within each chapter there is a map that can be used to quickly access previously visited locations. The puzzle solutions, very similar in their style and difficulty level to those in the Secret Files games, are therefore not limited only to the immediate environments. Players will also find the team feature that was seen in the developer’s previous series. As such, a few segments can only be solved through the cooperation of Fenton and Kim, the female co-protagonist in Lost Horizon. Even so, most puzzles are solved without team efforts throughout the adventure.
English Level Demo 1.07GB (uploaded by Game Pressure)
DVD ISO Demo 3.63GB (uploaded by Egon68)

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