Lost Horizon

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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

Customer reviews


One of the best games i've played this year.

Shaide | April 20, 2015 | See all Shaide's reviews »

This is a point and click adventure game done in a similar fashion to classic Sierra and Lucas Games title. The only difference? The puzzles are all logical and not mind bustingly insane. This is good, since these are actual puzzles designed to be solved with brain power instead of dialling a 1-900 number. The adventure has a Pulp novel feel, that will appeal to fans of Indiana Jones. Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying this is an Indiana Jones rip-off, because it's not. It's it's own unique story with a fresh batch of characters, but it is a story and cast that will interest someone who enjoys indy films and Allan Quatermain adventures. The graphics are beautifully rendered, and the writing is well above average. This game is well worth the 10 bucks being asked. If anything, that's a bargain for a modern classic like this.