Lost Horizon 2 is a graphical adventure and the next installment of our own Deep Silver brand Lost Horizon, developed by Animation Arts, the Secret Files team.
Lost Horizon 2 continues the story of the first part’s hero, Fenton Paddock, from the 1940s and 50s onwards.
How far would someone go to save their family?
In the shadow of the Cold War, Fenton Paddock is facing the hardest fight of his life. While the tensions between the superpowers threaten to tear the world apart, the British soldier has to save his family that has been caught by powerful enemies. His adventure leads Fenton far beyond the Iron Curtain and finally onwards to mysterious, uncharted territory. He has to finally face the dark powers of his past and learn what it means to take on responsibility.
Legendary and mystical - Our Hero Fenton Paddock joins a new thrilling adventure in the shadow of the Cold War of the 1940s and 50s. On an exciting journey across the continents Fenton encounters new allies and obscure dangers which hold their own secrets.
Colorful and hand-crafted - Thanks to the Unity 5.0 3D Engine the developers created a vigorous and rich 3D World with a love for detail which players can dive right into. At the same time all the zones keep their hand-crafted charm which fans of the genre love and enjoy so much.
Classical and cutting edge - Lost Horizon 2 for the first time does not only stay true to the characteristic control via Keyboard and Mouse, but also gives the players the possibility to switch on the fly while in game to “WASD” or Gamepad controls. This way, everybody has the option to play it “old-school” or just lean back and experience the whole game with Gamepad controls.
Intuitive and challenging - Open doors, pick locks, combine different components… the Game comes with a lot new haptic features which puts the Player right into the middle of what is happening around him and always calls the player to action. In Addition to this brand-new features, a variety of tricky and challenging new puzzles and puzzle types are waiting to be solved.
Playing Lost Horizon 2 made me feel a very familiar feeling as an Indiana Jones fan except for Fenton Paddock (the game's main protagonist) is British , the Story evolves around arising conflict between the Americans and The Soviets after the WWII through the cold war , as you search for Lost Viking Treasure, it has inspiration from the last of us with the Father Daughter thing. Gameplay is what you'd expect from a point n click game , you have an area, you can move around in it , pick up objects and inspect them , solve puzzles by using the objects you picked up , progress in story and move on to the next area, some levels felt like they were just added for the mere of making the game feel longer , I didn't really care for them. the story is not in the quality of an Indiana Jones Film but it feels alot like it , the dialogues are well written though they feel a bit out of place especially with stereotypical accents . the game is made in Unity Engine , it looks decent and has nice lighting effects and environments look believable .
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