Paradise Lost is an adventure game that presents the alternative world history after World War II. The game focuses on a boy struggling with loss, discovering the mystery of the Nazi bunker and decisions that could change the fate of humanity. The game was created by the Polish studio PolyAmorous, and was released by All in! Games known for their games such as Tools Up!.
The action takes place in an alternative world in which, after 20 years of World War II, the Nazis carry out a nuclear attack on Europe, including Poland occupied for two decades. There's practically nothing left of it but ruins. In such circumstances, we take the role of a 12-year-old boy, who together with his mother managed to survive. Travelling through the Polish wilderness, we come across a forgotten German bunker, and in it - a mixture of technological boom and Slavic folklore. By visiting and learning about the history of the bunker and its inhabitants, we have the opportunity to make decisions that may or may not change the fate of humanity.
In Paradise Lost, we explore the bunker rooms, where we can interact with many objects that bring us closer to the lives of the people who lived there before. Here you will find various notes or mysterious technological inventions, the use of which requires their manual activation. There are also puzzles, because a lot of equipment or objects require us to click and manoeuvre them in an appropriate way, which takes the form of unusual riddles.
While playing, we focus primarily on the plot, which has a lot of space to make decisions and depending on them we can experience one of the several endings available in the game.
Paradise Lost has a fully three-dimensional and realistic graphic design combined with a sublime and melancholy soundtrack.
PC / Windows
- Minimum: Intel Core i5, 4 GB RAM, graphic card 2 GB GeForce GTX 960 or better, 30 GB HDD, Windows 10
- Recommended: Intel Core i7, 8 GB RAM, graphic card 6 GB GeForce GTX 1060 or better, 30 GB HDD, Windows 10