Playdius and independent developer Digixart Entertainment have announced today that Lost In Harmony, a multi-award winning musical adventure game, will release on Nintendo Switch on 21st June.
Lost In Harmony was originally released on mobile devices, blending an emotional story into a rhythm game. The game narrates the adventures of Kaito and Aya, two teenagers who brave many hardships and travel together across a hand-drawn world while dodging obstacles and staying in harmony with the music. The Nintendo Switch version of the game is set to make use of the console's touchscreen and rumble features.
The soundtrack has been imagined by famous singers such as Wyclef Jean, Japanese artists Onoken, Fumitake Igarashi, and Godspeed Vivix, and Monster Hunter: World composer Tadayoshi Makino. Take a look at a list of the game's features below.
Rhyme and run: Experience music in a new way with the combination of choreographed musical rhythmic tapping and running
Strong story lore: Discover the emotional and gripping story from the co-creator of Valiant Hearts
Musical experience: Moving and original soundtrack from well-known composers and singers
Hand-drawn graphics: Travel through 30+ breathtaking painted environments
Customisation features: Customise your character’s clothes, hat, headphones and skateboard
We have just under a month until this title lands on the Switch eShop. Will you be giving this musical adventure a spin?