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1936 : les soldats du Troisième Reich parcourent le monde à la recherche d'armes occultes afin de poursuivre leur conquête démentielle. Lorsqu'on demande à Fenton Paddock, ancien soldat britannique et trafiquant malheureux, de chercher son ami Richard, disparu au Tibet, il ne se doute pas que ses recherches le mèneront à travers trois...
Date de parution: 24 sep 2010
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1936 : les soldats du Troisième Reich parcourent le monde à la recherche d'armes occultes afin de poursuivre leur conquête démentielle. Lorsqu'on demande à Fenton Paddock, ancien soldat britannique et trafiquant malheureux, de chercher son ami Richard, disparu au Tibet, il ne se doute pas que ses recherches le mèneront à travers trois continents vers un secret qui pourrait mettre le monde sens dessus dessous. Marre des mystères ? Ras-le-bol des enquêtes policières ? "Lost Horizon" retourne aux racines de l'aventure classique : les années 1930, des environnements exotiques à travers le globe et une quête dangereuse qui vous entrainera sur la piste d'un des plus grands secrets de l'humanité. De quoi satisfaire votre âme d'aventurier. Les Concepteurs primés de la série Secret Files vous invitent à expérimenter un jeu soigneusement conçu et techniquement exceptionnel, présentant une histoire absolument palpitante aux côtés de Kim et Fenton.


Caractéristiques :

  • Un style graphique unique
  • Des environnements exotiques que vous n'avez jamais vus auparavant
  • Un scénario de la romancière Claudia Kern
  • Des dialogues à la fois réalistes et amusants
  • Excellent esthétisme pour une telle configuration recommandée
  • Présentation rapide de cette passionnante histoire
  • Conception innovatrice et bien réalisée, toujours juste et cohérente

Configuration requise

    • Système d'exploitation : Windows® XP/Vista™/Windows 7™
    • Processeur : Pentium IV 2 GHz simple cœur ou processeur 100 % compatible
    • Mémoire : 512 Mo de RAM
    • Graphismes : Carte vidéo AGP ou PCI Express avec 64 Mo de mémoire vidéo ou meilleure compatible DirectX®
    • DirectX® : DirectX® 9
    • Disque dur : 4.5 Go d'espace disque
    • Son : Carte son 16-bit (en option) compatible DirectX®
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12 personne(s) sur 14 (86%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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12.0 heures en tout
Overall, I thought this was a fun point and click adventure. It doesn't compare to classics of the genre such as Full Throttle or The Longest Journey, but I still found it entertaining.

Pros: Beautiful artwork. Plenty of challenging and rewarding puzzles. One play-through took me about 11 hours. Fairly stable product (only locked up once).

Cons: The story is so-so, and I found a couple of the jokes offensive. A few early puzzles were far too easy, and a couple puzzles later in the game made no sense at all; I beat them only by trying things totally at random. Also, the main character is kind of a jerk and not particularly likeable.

Overall, though, a fine game at full price ($10) and a steal if it's on sale for less.
Posté le : 30 novembre 2013
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4 personne(s) sur 5 (80%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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11.0 heures en tout
A surprisingly enjoyable game. Heavily inspired by Indiana Jones, the 1930s setting is a little different than most adventure games out there at the minute.

The graphics and backgrounds are beautifully drawn, and the voice acting is decent enough that you're not left cringing. Unfortunately, like the other games made by the publisher, the cutscenes can often drag on a little longer than necessary.

However, if you're a Indiana Jones/point-and-click fan, then I definitely recommend it.
Posté le : 21 décembre 2013
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3 personne(s) sur 4 (75%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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20 évaluations
8.5 heures en tout
The story of this game is... well... It starts out somewhat interesting and then just kinda go downhill from there. Like the Secret Files games, you get to travel to a lot of different locations around the world. In this game, it feels a bit farfetched at times and it seems the enemy always has you on their radar, no matter where you are.

There were way too many scenarios where characters are involved in lethal accidents which they survived unscratched. If you see someone in a lethal accident, your normal reaction is probably if the person survived at all. These characters don't react that way. So they don't even act mildly concerned even when they watch such things happen. I actually anticipated a character would die in an accident, but it's like nothing really happened. The people watching the accident doesn't even rejoice in seeing them again, as if just expecting them to survive such a thing.

As for the main characters, I honestly didn't like that Fenton was the main character and not Kim. He is quite a jerk and especially towards Kim. Kim was in my oppinion the one who should have had the focus. She has a good sense of morale, she is caring, brave and really kicks some ♥♥♥. Without her, Fenton wouldn't really manage. It really sucks that the characters are so obviously forced together and she is deliberately put in situation to make her the damsel in distress, to allow him to save her and make him a hero. It's a common thing you see in a lot of games and movies, the main character is so unlikeable, the only way you can force the love interest to like him is by ending up in some accident he saves her from.

The game is unfortunately a bit short. It ends quite abruptly and in a bit of silly way. It kinda feels like when they've finally put all the pieces together, even the game gets bored of itself. You get a really over-the-top ending and then the rest of the story feels very forced.

I do like that the game tried some new things involving the puzzle solving, where one character is driving a car and you have to respond to things with the other, while the car is in motion. It's done in a way where you don't get your character constantly leaving the scene/room in a short time limit, you get apply amount of time to figure out how to solve this incident. (Thankfully the streets of China are endless and there's no traffic when you need to escape from bad guys.)
There's also some creative ways to solve puzzles, a bit over-the-top, bit it was still funny to watch. The way Fenton deals with an enemy pilot is so silly it's awesome.
They also have the”control two characters at once” which is one of my favorite concepts. At one point, you get a rather tricky problem solving where you control two characters in two different times, affecting the other person depending on what time they are in. I thought this was brilliant. It's unfortunately a bit short though.

I am a bit so-so as if I wish to recommend this game or not. It's not a fantastic game, but it's not dreadful either. The controls are responsive, the graphics are nice and the voice work is acceptable. (compared to A new Beginning - Final Cut) There's some good humor and the game will last about 6 hours. I did like it much more than "Secret Files 3". I'd recommend buying it when it is on sale.
Posté le : 22 décembre 2013
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4 personne(s) sur 8 (50%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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♥♥♥♥ juegazo, una aventura grafica como dios manda
Posté le : 4 décembre 2013
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2 personne(s) sur 5 (40%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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14.9 heures en tout
Lost Horizon is a fun adventure game. The puzzles are well designed and not too hard to figure out. The game is not too violent and has a relaxing pace to it.
Score: 7.5
Posté le : 8 décembre 2013
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