French creator Yoan Franise, director of Valiant Hearts, is launching game Lost in Harmony on Google Play coinciding with World Cancer Day. The rhythm-running game has been popular on Apple devices in over 140 countries and now it’s coming to Android devices as well. The first four chapters of the game will be available to try for free.
Lost in Harmony can be described as a rhythmic tapping and choreographic runner combined for a unique mobile gaming experience. It tells the story of two teenagers, Kaito and Aya, dealing with cancer. Players will travel and dodge obstacles along with the music as the characters skateboard their way through beautiful levels.
The game features hand-drawn panoramic environments and an imaginative soundtrack. Wyclef Jean composed an exclusive song for the fifth chapter of Lost in Harmony. There is also a level editor included in the game which allows players to create and share levels of their own design set to music from the game.
As this is World Cancer Day, Lost in Harmony has partnered with #NoHairSelfie to support the cause. The developers worked with the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation to create a sensitive story true to the struggle of battling cancer. The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation is one of the top 5 cancer research centers in the world.
To support the #NoHairSelfie movement new special content has been created for the game. Customizable aesthetic items for the two main characters have been added to Lost in Harmony including a hat, headphones, skateboard and outfit. A whole new playable character named Daniel has also been added to the UGC part of the game.
Lost in Harmony is now available on Google Play. Download the full story and UGC content for $3.99 and support #NoHairSelfie for World Cancer Day. You can also try the demo for free. It can also be found for iOS here.