Along with a fantastic new trailer, Lost In Harmony for the Nintendo Switch and PC just got announced that it will be released on June 21.
The multi-award winning game is a musical adventure, and features two teenagers who travel together across a beautifully hand-drawn dreamworld with a deep and moving story. They will brave hardships in the form of obstacles, all the while trying to stay in harmony with the music.
Lost In Harmony’s unique soundtrack was created by legendary game composers and singers like Godspeed Vivix, Tadayoshi Makino, Wyclef Jean, Fumitake Igarashi, and Onoken. The game is by both Digixart Entertainment and global games publisher Playdius.
“Lost in Harmony is a wonderful addition to our Nintendo Switch lineup,” said Guillaume Jamet, the head of publishing at Playdius.
“We are delighted to work together with Yoan Fanise and his entire team at Digixart. They are among the most creative development studios in Montpellier in the South of France, and we are happy to have the opportunity to bring their ‘out of box’ rhythm game to a new audience.”
Nintendo Switch and PC features for Lost in Harmony include a rhyme and run experience of music, which combines choreographed musical rhythmic tapping and running, as well as over 30 breathtaking painted environments, and customizable clothes, hats, headphones, and skateboards.
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