There’s something you should know about me – I love rhythm games. The only reason we don’t cover more of them at the oprainfall site it’s I’m kind of a minority in that regard. But luckily that doesn’t stop me from mentioning cool new games whenever I come across them. Today, that game is called Lost in Harmony.

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Developed by DigixArt Entertainment and published by Playdius, Lost in Harmony is an award winning rhythm adventure previously released on mobile devices. That may turn some of you away, and I admit I don’t normally get excited about mobile. But there’s always an exception to a rule, and Lost in Harmony looks to be one of those noteworthy titles. It tells the story of two protagonists, Kaito and Aya, who struggle to remain together as the world around them threatens to rip them apart. Better yet, this version of the game comes with extra content.

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To find out more about Lost in Harmony, just read the full press release below and check out how stunning it looks in the snazzy trailer!

Critically-Acclaimed Musical Runner Lost in Harmony Now Available for Nintendo Switch™ and PC
Embark on a Dreamlike Musical Odyssey to Help Kaito Save Aya

Paris — June 21, 2018 — Global game publisher Playdius and independent game developer DigixArt Entertainment announced today that Lost in Harmony, the multi-award winning musical adventure previously released on mobile devices, has launched today on the Nintendo Switch™ and PC. The game is available for purchase on the Nintendo eShop for $6.99/€6.99 and is out now for PC on Steam.

Lost in Harmony tells two tales focusing on themes of destiny and desire. In Kaito’s Adventure, players join Kaito and Aya, two teenagers who brave many hardships to remain together despite all odds. Also included with the Nintendo Switch and PC editions of Lost in Harmony, comes the bonus companion adventure, M.I.R.A.I.’s Escape, which takes players on an unforgettable journey through the universe. In both adventures, players will travel across stunning, hand-painted landscapes, all while dodging obstacles in harmony to the game’s mesmerizing music.

Immerse in Lost in Harmony’s hypnotic soundtrack by combining rhythmic tapping along with choreographed running, all while making use of the Nintendo Switch’s touchscreen and Joy-Con functionality with rumble. The soundtrack for Kaito’s Adventure, imagined by famous game composers and artists including Wyclef Jean, Wyclef Jean, Roc Chen, Mark Griskey, Borislav Slavov and Xilix, is also available for purchase on iTunes, Google Play, Deezer, Amazon, and Spotify. The official soundtrack for M.I.R.A.I.’s Escape, featuring music by Onoken, Godspeed Vivix, Tadayoshi Makino, Fumitake Igarashi, Tsukasa Tawada and Xilix can also be found on iTunes, Google Play, Deezer, and Spotify. Fans can also find the official soundtrack for Lost in Harmony’s Kaito’s Adventure on YouTube here and for M.I.R.A.I.’s Escape here.

“We are delighted that Lost in Harmony is finally making its way to the Nintendo Switch and PC,” said Yoan Fanise, co-founder and President of DigixArt Entertainment. “We want new audiences to experience Kaito’s adventure all over again to discover why fate tries to tear him and Aya apart.”

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Lost in Harmony Nintendo Switch and PC features include:

  • 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
  • Customization features: Customize your character’s clothes, hat, headphones and skateboard

Josh Speer
Josh is a passionate gamer, finding time to clock in around 30-40 hours of gaming a week. He discovered Operation Rainfall while avidly following the localization of the Big 3 Wii RPGs. He enjoys SHMUPS, Platformers, RPGs, Roguelikes and the occasional Fighter. He’s also an unashamedly giant Mega Man fan, having played the series since he was eight. As Head Editor and Review Manager, he spends far too much time editing reviews and random articles. In his limited spare time he devours indies whole and anticipates the release of quirky, unpredictable and innovative games.