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When was the last time you found yourself stranded and confused in Africa? Paradise, the latest point-and-click adventure from the creator of the cult hit Syberia, gives you that chance. Having been shot down over the country of Maurania, a young woman awakens with amnesia in the harem of a local prince. Not knowing her own real name, she calls herself "Ann Smith" after the author of a book on Mauranian wildlife that was found with her at the crash. And this, really, is where the problems
Many modern gamers are uninterested in classically-styled point-and-click adventure games. And admittedly, simply wandering around gorgeous, pre-rendered backgrounds and mouse-clicking on various bits of the set to see what happens isn't exactly an adrenaline rush. However, these games can still tell a great story and offer up some clever puzzles, so we're glad a few people are still crafting them. Paradise is the latest from a fellow named Benoit Sokol, known by some as the marquee mind
We've bagged an extensive trailer to Paradise, the follow up adventure from the makers of the thrilling best-seller Syberia (click on the movies tab above for a look). Far away from crowded loot drops and camping snipers, Paradise 's mysterious setting of Madargane promises to give us an engaging, enigmatic adventure. You'll step right into the life of an amnesiac trying to find her identity, inside a country run by a brutal dictator: her father. Your ticket to Paradise gets punched when it
Paradise, the next thriller from the makers of the award-winning point-and-click adventure Syberia, continues to make progress toward launch. The enigmatic journey stars the amnesiac heroine Ann Smith, on the run after an attempt at assassinating the evil dictator of a small north African country. And talk about daddy issues ... that dictator is her father. Players looking forward to laying down their swords and rocket launchers for a while to play something more cerebral should check out
It's sad but true: point-and-click adventure games are nearly extinct. The Myst series has finally expired after a long and storied life while many other franchises have died in captivity. However, weve recently had a first look at Paradise, an easy-going interactive adventure from the makers of the award-winning Syberia, 2002s adventure game of the year. After a long hiatus, the genre could use a jump-start. Paradises stylish and mysterious African setting looks like a great locale for