Yoan Fanise was the director behind the UbiArt game Valiant Hearts, and he formed his own studio—Digixart Entertainment—after working for Ubisoft for 14 years.

The first game the new studio is working on has been revealed as Lost in Harmony: Kaito’s Adventure, a “narrative musical” game who’s aim is to convey its story without using words.

Lost in Harmony features an aesthetic inspired by the works of Hayao Miyazaki, of Studio Ghibli. The gameplay requires players to tap in time with the music’s rhythm while avoiding obstacles in the protagonist’s path.

Lost in Harmony: Kaito’s Adventure is slated for a 2016 release, but no platforms have been announced as of yet.

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Source: Destructoid

Reginald Perodin
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