Explore Nuclear Terror in Paradise Lost
In PolyAmorous‘ debut title Lost Paradise, World War II never ended. After twenty years of fighting, the evils of the Nazis continue to cause chaos in their reign of savagery.
Launching a nuclear strike on occupied Poland, the nightmares of World War II continue to wreak havoc across Europe as a post-war apocalypse spills throughout the land.
Discover The Past, Shape The Present
You play as a 12-year-old wandering lad who stumbles upon a mysterious Nazi bunker. Going through the five stages of dealing with grief, he searches for purpose as he treads the nuclear wasteland.
From there on, you’ll explore and discover a vast underground world where many secrets and revelations lay below the surface, where uncanny technology becomes infused with Slavic mythology and folklore.
The routes you endure and the decisions you make will impact what you will see during your venture into the unknown, providing a different experience each time you commence the game’s narrative. PloyAmorous is taking a new route with its story branching system: the individual decisions made by the player will also trigger effects within the game’s environment, visuals, and sound effects.
With merely a short teaser that gives us a glimpse into the background and story for Paradise Lost, it’s undoubtedly wondrous to see what PolyAmorous has been creating for the past couple of years. A snowy, barren land is displayed while a radio message reveals what has come out of the nuclear attack.
“May the Lord watch over us all.”
Paradise Lost is slated for a 2020 launch on PC, with console releases to be announced. It will be developed by Poland’s very own PolyAmorous with All in! Games publishing the title. Listen to the “tale of the last story on Earth” as more is unveiled down the line.
You can also follow All in! Games’ Twitter account as they continuously post upcoming project announcements, trailers, and more.
C. Anthony Rivera is a freelance writer born and raised in the city of Chicago. Rivera graduated from Columbia College Chicago in 2018 with a Bachelor’s in Writing. And yes, deep dish pizza is the best.