Possibly the best Broken Sword clone since the first Broken Sword
From the developers of not-so-great Tunguska comes an adventure game, which achieves what no other similar game achieved for a long time: it manages to do almost everything right. Although it doesn't ...
Lost Horizon at its best feels like an Indy adventure but the middle chapters are boring and filled with stupid puzzles.
I somewhat like the Secret Files games and was eager to try out the new adventure with a bit different setting. The game starts out rather promising: a hint of mystery and a charismatic hero. But that...
A decent point and click adventure game. Recommended mostly for the story.
Playing Lost Horizon is a favorable experience. It feels almost like watching a captivating film. It is enjoyable to play, but not quite to make you sit at the computer from the beginning till the end...
Lots of fun - a great game. Some people have said that the puzzles are too easy - They certainly weren't hard but I thought they were about right. The story and graphics are very absorbing. This is on...
All the right ingredients hooked you into playing till the end, with a few expected, yet forgivable cliches.
One of the best games I've played. Its smart alecky tone and humorous jabs in dialogue rivals that of The Secret Files game series, if not better. I don't know if I hadn't been playing that much adven...
An Indiana Jones style point & click adventure. Immersive, good looking, nice puzzles, does nearly everything right
A very nice old school Point & Click adventure. Visuals are appealing, atmospheric matte-painting backgrounds, ok 3D models (let's face it, they don't really matter in a game like this but the comi...
I lost my horizon!
The reason why I gave "Lost Horizon" a 2 rate in the first place are too long and too boring dialogues, I repeat: too long and too boring dialogues. What is said in 10 sentences can easily be said in...