Spicing things up today, Deep Silver and Animation Arts have announced that they are working on a new Point & Click Adventure title called Lost Horizon. Due out in 2010, the game follows a former British soldier/smuggler who's helping a lost expedition track down occult weapons and a key artifact that is said to unlock the mythical Shambala. Here's the official word:
Deep Silver, the games label of Koch Media, a leading producer and distributor of digital entertainment products, today released the title of the new adventure game from the German developer Animation Arts, which was first announced in 2008. The new PC game from the makers of Secret Files, "Lost Horizon", is going to captivate adventure fans with its classic 1930s setting, fascinating locations including Hong Kong, Tibet, and Morocco, and the eventful search for one of the greatest secrets of humankind.
"Our new title, Lost Horizon, offers fans of adventure games a thrilling, up-to-date computer adventure, with many hours of gaming fun and a high replay value," says Georg Larch, International Marketing Director at Deep Silver.
Marco Zeugner, CEO of Animation Arts, confirms: "The Secret Files games already provided the fan community with new top-quality adventure fun. We are convinced that Lost Horizon, with its unique look & feel, is also going to keep players glued to their screens."
About the story:
1936: Nazi henchmen are traveling the world over, searching for occult weapons to help with plans for further conquests – and for a key artifact to unlock the mythical Shambala. When Fenton Paddock, a former British soldier and hapless smuggler, is asked to find a lost expedition in Tibet, he has no idea that his search is going to lead him through three continents, and eventually to a secret that could turn the whole world upside down...