Hard-boiled adventurer Fenton Paddock returns in Lost Horizon 2, the new adventure game by the creators of the Secret Files Series! Lost Horizon 2 requires at least iOS 10 and runs on iPhone 5 (or higher) and iPad 4 (or higher).
# # # MAKE YOUR STAND IN THE SHADOW OF THE COLD WAR # # #
More than a decade has passed since Fenton Paddock aced out the Nazis in securing a powerful ancient relic in the outlying mountains of Tibet. While the Cold War has the world’s superpowers in a tight grip, the former Royal Air Force pilot has to face the biggest challenge of his eventful life: Breach beyond the Iron Curtain and save his family from shady, unrelenting adversaries.
# # # CLASSIC ADVENTURE GAMING ON iPHONE AND iPAD # # #
Lost Horizon 2 brings classic adventure gaming to your iPhone or iPad. Enjoy beautiful 3D graphics, follow a captivating narrative, solve challenging riddles and make use of touchscreen-optimized controls. Lose yourself in an interactive thriller that keeps you psyched way beyond its epic finale.
# # # PRAISED BY THE PRESS # # #
Gaming Boulevard says that “this is the game for you, if you’re coming home late from work and you’re in the mood for a good interactive bedtime story that’s straight forward and yet still challenging”. And Game4me calls it “a worthwhile successor to the original Lost Horizon game with a strong story and interesting characters in beautiful locations”.
# # # WHAT MAKES LOST HORIZON 2 STAND OUT # # #
• The new game by the creators of the fan-favorite Secret Files series
• An interactive thriller set in Europe in the mid-1950s
• Packed with of challenging riddles and clever puzzles
• Beautiful 3D graphics and full voice-over in English and German
• Smooth touch controls and mobile-optimized UI
# # # LINKS AND RESOURCES # # #
Visit the studio behind Lost Horizon 2 over at http://www.animationarts.de/. Use the official hashtag #losthorizon2 on social media.
# # # COSTS AND REQUIREMENTS # # #
Lost Horizon 2 requires at least iOS 10 and runs on iPhone 5 (or higher) or iPad 4 (or higher). As a full premium app, the initial purchase grants access to all content and features – there are no fee-based episodes or other IAPs.
Adjusted the game for screens with a ratio up to 21:9.
Improved usability and smaller bug fixes.
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This was an interesting sequel to the first Lost Horizon. The character of Fenton Paddock is quite different from the first game but I think this is pretty realistic given the amount of time which has passed between the two games. The graphics and cutscenes are technically improved from the first game. However, I felt some of the charm and humor was also missing; additionally, the sense of mystery seemed lacking at times despite the interesting subject matter. Like the first game, the gameplay in the final chapter ends the game on a strong note. I like that both games in the series explore the physics of time, although it may have been a bit too neatly wrapped up for my taste in the sequel. Overall though, this is a solid adventure game with a lot of content. 🐐🐐😸😸
This was a tough one to write. I was looking forward to the sequel. It may be just me but the scenes did not all seem “equal”. I don’t know if a different process was used or if there artists that were added or left during production or what. Some scenes were gorgeous, others...a little more on the cartoony side. The IPad version seemed really twitchy...and several scenes required starting over ignoring there was a save. The end scene used a horrible animation of the child while the father looked more on the “real-ish” side. The end also seemed to be just kind of thrown together. Personally I prefer a “little” bit of logic to what you need or could use in a scene.... yes, you use could “possibly” do that you could do that but really??? I dare you try some of those little scenarios...a little bit of reality would be nice. Some of the contraptions were pretty out there. I also hate the touch this, run and touch that and figure out a long sequence spin twice, and poof a magic door appears. It ruins a story. I gave it three stars just because I was determined to make it to the end.
While I mostly enjoyed LH and LH2, in my opinion both games suffer from the same issues: Too many lengthy, somewhat boring movie sequences to explain the backstory where one can only watch but not interact. Using the inventory in close up scenes sometimes is horrible as somehow the items in the inventory get moved to the right and one has to close and reopen the inventory to be able to select an item propery again. I also do not care at all for the timed sequences, where one has to perform the necessay actions within some time. And the sequences where one could get shot are not my favorites either. Lastly there was at least one riddle I didn’t understand even after consulting the builtin walkthrough. It simply didn’t make any sense to me. But as I wrote at the beginning both games were still enjoyable and I played them to the end. They are quite long and the riddles differ and were mostly difficult enough for me. Thanks for reading.
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- Animation Arts Creative GmbH
- 3.4 GB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 10.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- 12+ Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
- © 2018 Animation Arts Creative GmbH
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