Another game called Finding Paradise for MacBook is now available. You can play this adventure game on all Macintosh computers. It is a sequal to To the Moon and A Bird Story, developed and also published by Freebird Games. The story of the game continues with the doctor Eva Rosalene and doctor Neil Watts. Both are trying to help fulfilling Colin Reeds wish, who is a bedridden old man now.
In Finding Paradise for MacBook, once again employees Dr. Eva Rosalene and Dr. Neil Watts have the task to fulfill the lifelong dream of a dying man named Colin Reeds. So the doctors insert themselves in some type of interactive compilation of the man’s memories. Further they traverse backwards though his life via different mementos to accomplish a wish that is kinda paradoxical.
At some point, the two doctors notice that although in the beginning they traveled backwards normally in time, unexpectedly they start to hop back and forth between old age and new age. One of the doctors, Rosalene thinks that this leap between memories is following the pattern of a decaying orbit at the middle of Colin life. Trying to know more about Colin life, the doctors find out that the man had a happy life together with his wife Sofia and their son Asher. Colin even became an airline pilot and had a dream vacation in Bora Bora. But Colin reveals he is not feeling like having a fulfilled live and that’s why he went to Sigmund Corp. Finding Paradise features a pretty interesting story.
Finding Paradise for MacBook DOWNLOAD
The game is available to download as .dmg right now. Once .dmg file is downloaded, simply open it and extract the game in applications folder. Enjoy it!
More Game Details:
We have to say that Finding Paradise for MacBook features a gameplay focusing on puzzle solving for Colin memories. This means interpreting information and experiencing his emotions as well as feelings. Then you have to find ways to get deeper into his memories in order to discover the truth of his wish. While exploring Colin’s memories, it is important to find significant objects and also collect energy from them. This means strengthening the memory and connecting to a more distant one, so from childhood to present.