Earlier this week, the Hamburg-based mobile games studio Deep Silver Fishlabs (previously known just as Fishlabs), announced the porting of Lost Horizon to mobile devices. Best of all, both the iOS and the Android version of Animation Arts‘ popular adventure hit game are scheduled to be released later this summer. Adventure fans can look forward to an exciting story line taking place in Hong Kong in the year 1936. When Fenton Paddock gets dismissed from the British Air Force, he maintains a job as a smuggler and petty crook until he receives an offer to locate an expedition led by his old friend Richard that went somewhere in Tibet.
All goes good until Fenton and his ex-girlfriend, Kim, are not the only ones eager to find the missing research group. The Nazis have sent a secret task force to Tibet as well and assigned them to get hold of the lost explorers, whose revolutionary findings bear the power to change the fate of the world forever. The game also features complete voice-overs in English and German that adds more adds to Lost Horizon’s atmosphere. In addition, Lost Horizon also has high-quality graphics with close attention to detail plus innovative riddle and puzzle designs.
As of now, we are told that the game will be released in late July on the App Store as a premium title. Shortly afterwards it will be made available on the Google Play Store for the same price as well.