Lost in Harmony Released on PC and Nintendo Switch Today by DigixArt Entertainment
Musical runner Lost in Harmony was finally released on PC and Nintendo Switch today by DigixArt Entertainment and Playdius.
Playdius and DigixArt Entertainment revealed that their “musical runner” Lost in Harmony would be coming to Nintendo Switch last month. Today, the release of those versions finally arrived, so a launch trailer was put out.
On both platforms, the game will only cost $6.99. The Nintendo Switch version of Lost in Harmony also features touchscreen and HD Rumble support. DigixArt Entertainment’s Co-Founder and President Yoan Fanise had the following to say about bringing Lost in Harmony to PC and Nintendo Switch:
For those of you who aren’t aware, Lost in Harmony was developed by the co-creator of Valiant Hearts: The Great War, and follows the journey of Kaito and Aya. The game’s world and levels are entirely hand drawn, with there being over 30 unique painted environments in total.
When it comes to gameplay, Lost in Harmony has players staying in harmony with the music playing while dodging various obstacles. According to the developers, the game features music from artists like Onoken, Wyclef Jean, Tadayoshi Makino, Fumitake Igarashi, and Godspeed Vivix.
You can check out the game’s launch trailer below. Lost in Harmony is now available on iOS, Android, PC, and Nintendo Switch.