Excerpt: Lost Horizon is the third point-and-click adventure from Animation Arts, the development house behind the Secret Files adventure game series. The game takes place in 1936, and you control a "hapless" smuggler named Fenton Paddock.
Excerpt: Lost Horizon is a point-and-click adventure game that closely follows the style of past classics but still attempts to cast a new spin on the adventure genre. The game is developed by Animation Arts, best known as the developer of the Secret Files series.
Excerpt: Lost Horizon is brought to us by Deep Silver, the same publishing team behind the acclaimed Secret Files series. We are introduced to Fenton Paddock, disgraced former British soldier, and willingly tag along with him across the continents as he attempts not only to foil Nazi plans to infiltrate the...
Conclusion: Overall, Lost Horizon is good game that falls a bit too short in some areas to really be great. At its best the game is fun, there’s no question of that, and the graphics and music hold up their end of the adventure easily.
Summary: Set just prior to World War II, Lost Horizon focuses (mostly) on the adventures of Fenton Paddock, a dishonorably-discharged British army officer turned rakish rogue. Like all good adventure heroes, Fenton is a chap with impossibly roomy pockets, a witty quip for every occasion, and a strange...
Conclusion: As I watch the introduction sequence of Lost Horizon, a travel montage ripped straight out of an Indiana Jones film, I found myself humming John Williams' famous theme tune. And the theme is almost the only thing missing, as the game could have been based on a forgotten script hidden away somewhere...
Summary: Главное меню, замаскированное под
фасад кинотеатра, не обманывает Lost
Horizon похожа на
блокбастер. Рассматривая его под
микроскопом, можно обнаружить уйму
несуразностей, а все равно взрывное
действо на экране цепляет и не
отпускает до самой развязки.