Lost Horizon Heads to iOS

Animation Arts and Hamburg-based studio Deep Silver FISHLABS have officially released Lost Horizon for iOS devices. The point-and-click title is divided into chapters, and follows Fenton Paddock, a former Air Force pilot, and his ex-girlfriend Kim as they search for a crew of missing adventurers. Conflict ensues, however, when a band of Nazis is sent to retrieve the lost explorers’ findings.

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The game is set in the year 1936 and will take players to such locations as Tibet, Hong Kong, and Morocco. To progress, players will be required to solve numerous puzzles, as well as a variety of riddles. The title also features full English and German dubbing by voice actors hailing from the television and film industries.

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Lost Horizon initially launched for Windows in 2010 and is still available through Steam for $9.99 USD. With the updated version, players are now able to experience the project on compatible iOS devices. It should be noted that the game doesn’t run properly on models prior to iPhone 5, iPad 3, or iPod touch 5G. This version, released on November 12, can now be purchased through the App Store for a price of $5.99 USD. For Android users, the game is scheduled for a Google Play release in the coming weeks.