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1936: Soldiers of the Third Reich roam the world seeking occult weapons for their insane plans of conquest. When Fenton Paddock, a former British soldier and hapless smuggler, is asked to look for his friend Richard, who went missing in Tibet, he has no idea that this search will lead him across three continents to a secret that could...
Release Date: Sep 24, 2010
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1936: Soldiers of the Third Reich roam the world seeking occult weapons for their insane plans of conquest. When Fenton Paddock, a former British soldier and hapless smuggler, is asked to look for his friend Richard, who went missing in Tibet, he has no idea that this search will lead him across three continents to a secret that could turn the whole world upside down. Enough mystery? Not in the mood for another crime story? "Lost Horizon" brings the classic adventure back to its roots: the 1930s, exotic settings all over the world, and the dangerous quest for one of the greatest secrets of mankind makes adventurers' hearts beat faster. The Makers of the award-winning Secret Files series invite you to experience a technically outstanding, carefully designed game featuring an absolutely thrilling story at the side of Kim and Fenton.


Key features:

  • Unique handmade graphic style
  • Exotic settings you've never seen before
  • Movie-like story by novelist Claudia Kern
  • Both realistic and funny dialogues
  • Excellent technical appearance and minimal system requirements
  • Fast-paced presentation of the exciting story in movie style
  • Innovative puzzle design, always fair and logical

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows® XP/Vista™/Windows 7™
    • Processor: Pentium IV 2 GHz Single Core or 100 % compatible CPU
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX® 9-compatible AGP or PCI Express 64 MB video card or better
    • DirectX®: DirectX® 9
    • Hard Drive: 4.5 GB of free hard disk space
    • Sound: DirectX® 9-compatible 16-bit sound card (optional)
Helpful customer reviews
3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
78 products in account
43 reviews
6.8 hrs on record
The first tier and the end of the game is a really good Indiana Jones like adventure, but the middle just look like a filler to increase the amount of gameplay hours. Sometimes, games should be shorter to get better...
Posted: March 2nd, 2014
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
328 products in account
2 reviews
63.7 hrs on record
Overall I very much enjoyed Lost Horizon. The story telling was good and the characters were mostly believable. Every now and then the dead sound of a character here and there made the dialog sound stupid. The setting is very much an Indiana Jones motif, one that I haven't experienced in a point and click adventure game since... well Indiana Jones. While some of the puzzles are a little challenging, most are relatively easy or straight forward.

If you are a fan of the point and click adventure game, this is definitely one to pick up and is great for beginners of the genre.
Posted: February 25th, 2014
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
78 products in account
1 review
24.4 hrs on record
I adore this game. Yes, it's a recycled Indiana Jones knock off--but frankly, I wish there were a few more games like it. Lost Horizon is not complicated or complex gameplay, and the puzzles are kinda crazy at times, but it's just so much fun. The voice acting for Fenton Paddock was perfect--he had a lot of personality and was consistent through the game. One of my favorite lines toward the end of the game when you try to get him to fight someone is, "When have you ever seen me fight anyone??"

It's a classic point and click adventure, so if you're used to that kind of gameplay there will be few surprises. It's all about how engaged you are by the story and the voice acting. My advice would be to try the demo, and if you find it fun, this will be worth the buy.
Posted: April 3rd, 2014
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
713 products in account
7 reviews
2.3 hrs on record
Lost Horizon is a traditional point and click adventure game inspired heavily by Indiana Jones and the pulp action adventures of the 1930s. The game isn't ground breaking and there is nothing in it that anyone who grew up playing Sierra and Lucasarts adventures games won't have seen before, but the charm of the game makes it something worth playing.

Many adventure games fall flat on their puzzles, but Lost Horizon manages to make them both logical and easy to understand. More seasoned adventure game players might find them a little bit too easy, but they always make sense and leaving the player wondering how they hell they were ever supposed to think of that.

I recommend this game to anyone who has ever wanted to be a globe trotting 1930s adventurer.

Also you get to shoot down a Nazi plane using a bag of flour.
Posted: June 22nd, 2014
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
453 products in account
71 reviews
9.4 hrs on record
One of my favourite jet-setting adventure games of recent times. Very Indiana Jones-ish with an entertaining plot that keeps you playing.
Posted: May 28th, 2014
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13 of 15 people (87%) found this review helpful
63 products in account
1 review
12.0 hrs on record
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.
Posted: November 30th, 2013
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