Platform(s): PC
Genre: Adventure
Developer: White Birds Productions

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'Paradise' - v1.1.1 US Patch Available NOW

by Rainier on June 13, 2006 @ 11:37 a.m. PDT

Paradise is an adventure game which immerses the player in the heart of Africa, at once eternal and terribly contemporary. A young woman, the daughter of a fierce dictator, crosses the continent in the company of a leopard, to take him to the place of his birth, the peaks of Kilimanjaro.

Get the Paradise v1.1.1 US patch off WP (11mb)

To install the Paradise 1.1.1 update simply double-click on the patch to launch the installation process and follow the on-screen instructions.

The following is a list of issues that are addressed in this patch:

  • Blocking issue while fishing in the baobab trees for certain Geforce MX users.
  • Losing control of the character (Ann): left and right click not operating anymore in some specific cases.
  • Slow mouse tracking issue has been addressed. It may still be present on computers running on a minimum configuration. We recommend turning off the "Animated cursor" option.
  • Blocking issue while crossing the sand foxes.
  • Game occasionally stopping while playing non-interactive sequences.
  • Conversation problem while talking to secondary Molgrave characters.
  • Two in game movies which failed to launch on certain computer configurations has been fixed.
  • Saving issue that could lead to invisible character while loading a game.
  • A few logic issues in dialogs have been fixed.
  • Two movies where not watchable from the cinematic player.
  • Few in-game documents where not readable in other places that the one where you found them.
  • Few other minor problems...

Added in the game

  • "Animated Cursor" option added to get a better mouse response.
  • Improvement of the main character control, movement is more responsive to mouse commands.

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