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Basic Information
Video Game
White Birds Productions
Micro Application, Ubisoft, Bulkypix
Keyboard, Mouse
Microsoft Windows, Nintendo DS and iOS
Nintendo DS
Retail Features
Main Credits
Benoît Sokal
Retail Minimum Specifications
Operating System(s)
Windows 2000
512 MB
ATI Radeon 8500 series
NVIDIA GeForce 3
Microsoft Windows DirectX
HDD Space
2.5 GB
Optical Drive
NVIDIA GeForce 4 MX not supported
European Union European Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows
April 212006
Nintendo DS
November 142008
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows
April 252005
July 62010 (Episode I)
August 42011 (Episode II)
Awards | Changelog | Cheats | Codes
Codex | Compatibility | Covers | Credits | DLC | Help
Localization | Manifest | Modding | Patches | Ratings
Reviews | Screenshots | Soundtrack
Videos | Walkthrough
GOG | In-Game | Origin | PlayStation Trophies | Retro
Steam | Xbox Live

Paradise is a 2006 computer adventure game by White Birds Productions, a company formed by Benoît Sokal, who was also responsible for the adventure games Amerzone, Syberia, Syberia II, and Sinking Island. The game is based on a novel by Benoît Sokal.

The game, like many classic point-and-click adventure games, is viewed from a third-person perspective and is mouse-driven, with the player clicking on locations for the main character to move to and objects to examine or pick up, among other actions.

The central protagonist of Paradise is a young woman called Ann Smith, the daughter of King Rodon, the dictator of the fictional African country of Maurania. Ann is in Europe when she hears that her father is seriously ill, but while she is en route to see him, her aircraft is shot down by rebels. She is rescued, but when she regains consciousness she cannot remember her identity or what she is doing in Africa.

Nintendo DS and iOS versions[edit | edit source]

On June 18, 2008 Focus Home Interactive announced that with White Bird Productions they would be remaking the game Paradise for the Nintendo DS in Europe on November 14, 2008,[1] as well as renaming the title Last King of Africa.[2]

Also, an iOS version of that game was released for the United States as Episode I: Madargani on July 6, 2010,[3] followed by Episode II: Deep Maurania on August 3, 2011.[4]

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