Lost in Harmony

Lost in Harmony

Lost in Harmony is one of the strangest, yet most beautiful apps we have seen and experienced on Google Play. When you look at the name of the game it is hard to say what the app is all about, but trust us – you will surely be Lost in Harmony!

The game looks like a racing game at first but the idea behind is much, much bigger. You will play as two teens – a boy and a girl who use a skateboard and who must avoid street traffic. Yet at the same time you have to collect stars that are called “stardust” and that are very beautiful. All this is immersed into simply wonderful music that makes you dream. No wonder then that these racing adventures are called dreams. In addition to this the game comes with really nice graphics, albeit 2D only but there are some amazing graphical features inside the game that make it simply awesome. This is what we think of Lost in Harmony too – perhaps the only downside that the game has is that it weighs 268 MB but you now know why.

Lost in Harmony is an awesome game, to put it simply. The app is large but the size pays off really well. The app will immerse you into wonderful music and along with the great graphics you will experience something really spectacular. Lost in Harmony will make you feel much, much better after you experience it and all we have to say here is “Great Job!” to the developers.

You can enjoy Lost in Harmony right here on Google Play.

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