An exciting adventure of a brave girl who found herself in a fantasy world. She is forced to fight against the Black Horsemen sent by evil forces to annihilate every living thing.

Lost Lands: the Four Horsemen is an adventurous hidden object game-quest with puzzles and mini-games that tells a fairy-tale story about the world with never-before-seen races and folk types.

One fine day an ordinary good-looking housewife was walking down the car-park of a shopping center when she got into a cloud of mysterious fog turning out to be an interdimensional portal. As a result, Susan returns to the fantasy world of the Lost Lands she has been before. There has been a talk of her for years - the brave woman from another world is known as Susan the Warrior.
This time it is a Druid hermit, whose name is Maaron, who called her on. He had a vision of liberation of the Lost Lands from the oppression of the Four Horsemen: Heat, Coldness, Death and Darkness.
Maaron decides on to seek support of the woman from the other side; the one who has already saved the world from the forces of evil once. Susan will set forth towards the encounter with Four Horsemen with an aim to confront them.
But first, she has to eliminate the Horsemen forever in an uphill battle by finding the weakness of each…

Game features:
• Explore over 50 stunning locations
• Complete over 40 different mini-games
• Challenge yourself with interactive hidden object scenes
• Assemble collections, gather morphing objects, and gain achievements
• The game is optimized for tablets and phones!

Immerse yourself in an amazing adventure in a fantasy world
Meet the peoples of the Lost Lands
Solve dozens of puzzles
Stop the Black Horsemen
Save the world from a danger threatening to annihilate every living thing

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What’s New

Version 1.1.8

Bugs with the work of the "backwards" button and unlocking the bonus chapter of the game have been fixed.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
32 Ratings

32 Ratings

Shobs🤓😘 ,

I am in love with this series of games!

I bought game 1 and liked it, so I thought I would buy part 2 as well. It didn’t disappoint! The main game was long and fun, and it was well worth paying for the full version. Also, I really enjoyed the bonus chapter! I loved the detail behind it and how it added to the story!

Born to fish, forced to work ,

Money Grab

This is not a review of Lost Lands 2: this is a review of FIVE-BN and their recent price gouge. This dev has become BF-like by raising the prices on their games to $6.99. This includes all of their previously released games, some of which have been on the market for a year or more. Even if the dev tries to justify the price increase by citing increased development costs, that can’t possibly be applied to older games which were already developed at the “old” costs. This is a money grab, plain and simple, as the dev seeks to rake in the cash by charging the same rates as other companies such BF, G5, etc. Maybe they can figure out how to charge those of us who purchased their games at the old rates the difference...that would really bolster their bottom line!

snack it ,

at first boring but then,...

at first glance i thought it was one another boring no-story/chaotic story HOS game. Glad that i was wrong. Long story, really long, HOS scenes do not substitute the main story line as it always happens with that terrible publisher bigfish.
I had only one bug in this game when i couldnt move 5 skulls to align them, so i skipped it. At discounted price its a deal.

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