Lost in Harmony

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A dreamlike musical odyssey

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Lost in Harmony is a musical game where players have to cross several dreamlike parks while getting into the skin of the two main characters Kaito and Aya. Kaito, the hero in this story, rides a skateboard dodging all the obstacles that are in the way while Aya is on his back.

Game systems in Lost in Harmony combine features from other endless runners as well as musical games, offering users an unique experience. Swiping your finger on your screen has you moving Kaito from one side to another steering clear of the obstacles that pop up along the way. But, you'll also have to try to keep to rhythm for each song by timing your taps on flashing stars as they appear.

With several different levels, you play along to massively popular hits. Or, opt to use the scene editor to create new levels, using any song you have on your device memory. Meaning, you'll be able to enjoy a huge number of songs to play along with on almost infinite levels.

Lost in Harmony is excellent. Take one part music game, and one part endless runner; throw in some amazing visuals and you've got yourself a solid game. Honestly, it's actually really fun, and bit of a challenge even for seasoned players.
By Erika Okumura
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Requirements

Android 4.1 or higher

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