Lost in Play Release Date & Trailer
Join in the adventure, later this year.
Lost in Play is a game all about imagination, youth, and adventure. It’s a point-and-click title where you play as a brother-and-sister combo who have to make their way home after getting lost while out playing together. A beautifully drawn cartoon adventure for the entire family.
Games that are intended to be played as a family are pretty rare, so it’s understandable that there are a lot of people out there hyped for this game to come out. We’ve put together a lot of the most important release information about the game right here for your convenience.
Lost in Play Release Date
Lost in Play was initially announced in July 2020 when a trailer was shown off at the Indie Obscura Expo 2020. At the time, it was scheduled for a 2021 release date, but like so many games from that year, the planned release never came to pass.
Since then, the developers have updated the Steam page to show a release date of Q2 2022. There have not been many updates directly from the developers themselves on the Steam page, but their Twitter account is a bit more active at showing off what’s going on in the development of the game.
Lost in Play Trailer
The gameplay in Lost in Play is very much classic point-and-click style in nature. One major difference comes from the art style. While plenty of games have featured hand-drawn animation, there are very few that have felt so much like an actual cartoon TV series rather than an interactive video game. People who’ve played the game even admitted to thinking they were watching a TV show for the first few minutes of the demo.
Other than the art style, the narrative of the game is pretty interesting. A story about two children who get so into their world of imagination that they become lost is a great setup for showing off some really unique concepts, both in terms of characters you meet and puzzles that you have to solve.
If you want to check out the game, take a look at the more recent trailer below. It shows off some of the situations that the main characters get themselves into as well as the great music and visuals.
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