Lost Horizon Boxart

Date: 2013-07-17
Game Archives
Deep Silver
Windows XP, 2000, 98, Me, NT
No special requirements

Description - Lost Horizon Boxart

The legend of Shambala recent decades has had a powerful appeal in The West, since James Hilton Buddhist call this Utopia Shangri-La in his book Lost Horizon in 1933. The story was made into a film several times, first by Frank Capra in 1937 in a wonderful film, and the second in 1973 by Charles Jarrott in a version far less fortunate. Animation Arts Now (Secret Files) takes up the Buddhist myth for his new job, Lost Horizon. Having proved the first phase seems to be made very long wait before trying the rest of the game.Lost Horizon The title seems a tribute to Capra`s film rather than the Hilton`s book, since it only reflects the history of the existence of a hidden Shambhala worldwide and it has visual reference to the film. In fact, one of the greatest charms of the game is how well it reflects the influences of the best adventure movies of the decades of 30 and 40. Since the font has been used for the title of Lost Horizon to their characters or drawings of the videos, everything breathes an air film to another time.

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