Lost in Play, an adventure title from Snapbreak is open for pre-registration on Android and iOS

A soothing adventure on the cards!

Lost in Play, an adventure title developed by Happy Juice Games and published by Snapbreak is now open for pre-registration for Android and iOS devices. Alongside, Steam, and Nintendo platforms are also getting the release. The game takes the players on a voyage through childhood imagination with carefully constructed puzzles and colorful characters.

An immerse experience on the cards

The plot in Lost in Play follows a sibling duo exploring the enchanted forest to find their way back home. With a handcrafted flair reminiscent of animated programs from the past, the game is created with families in mind, allowing even children to witness the soothing gameplay.

Lost in Play gameplay
Image via Snapbreak

Immerse yourself in a mysterious animated puzzle adventure filled with magical and magnificent creatures, with thoughtfully crafted puzzles and colorful characters. From challenging a pirate seagull to a game of clicking crabs to collecting pieces to build a flying machine, you have it all in this title. 

Communication takes place visually in a universal manner, as inspired by nostalgic TV shows. Engage in activities such as playing cards with goblins, constructing a dragon, and imparting the art of flight to a sheep. With over 30 unique puzzles and mini-games, prepare for an enchanting journey involving the best experiences.

Players who want to play the game can pre-register or pre-order through the Google Play Store for Android and Apple App Store for iOS. The game is expected to release on July 12, 2023, as confirmed by the Snapbreak Games on Twitter.

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