Lost Horizon Now Available on App Store

Lost Horizon Now Available on App Store

Hamburg, Germany – November 12th, 2015 – In cooperation with Animation Arts, the Hamburg-based mobile games developer and publisher Deep Silver FISHLABS released the popular adventure game Lost Horizon on the App Store today. The title recreates the unique flair of our favorite blockbusters of the past and is already considered a genre classic on the PC. While iOS gamers can download Lost Horizon from the App Store for US-$ 5.99 / EUR 5.99 / GBP 4.49 right away, the Android community still has to be a little patient. The game is scheduled for release on Google Play in a few weeks.

 Lost Horizon Now Available on App Store

The captivating story of Lost Horizon takes the players to Hong Kong in the year 1936. There, the hapless adventurer and former Air Force pilot Fenton Paddock receives the lucrative offer to trace a lost expedition in the highlands of Tibet. However, he and his ex-girlfriend Kim are not the only ones looking for the missing explorers. The Nazis have sent a secret task force to the Himalaya region as well with orders to seize the expedition’s revolutionary findings, which could alter the fate the world forever, by any means.

Lost Horizon Now Available on App Store

Besides a riveting narrative and exotic locations in Hong Kong, Tibet and Morocco, Lost Horizon also shines with clever riddles, handmade graphics and high-end production values. On top, the game features full dubbing in English and German by popular voice actors from TV and cinema.

Lost Horizon Now Available on App Store

The release of Lost Horizon on the App Store and soon on Google Play marks the third cooperation of Deep Silver FISHLABS and Animation Arts to date. Earlier, the Hamburg-based publisher and the Halle-based developer already realized the successful mobile releases of Secret Files Tunguska and Secret Files Sam Peters.

Lost Horizon is available on the App Store starting today.

Related: gamescom 2015 Lost Horizon 2 Trailer

Source: Press Release