Aya gets her own level in Lost in Harmony for International Women’s Day

Published On March 8, 2016 | By Kirk Hiner | iPhone/iPad

Today is International Women’s Day. Attend an event, make a #pledgeforparity, promise not to be that guy who whines, “How come there’s no International Men’s Day?” Then, when you’ve done right for the women of the world, grab a new, free level for Lost in Harmony, this time featuring Aya.

Lost in Harmony

We just recently told you that Lost in Harmony is an amazing rhythm-based runner that succeeds on multiple levels. Along with excellent gameplay and art direction, Lost in Harmony features a story in which Aya is diagnosed with cancer, and the gameplay is a visual and musical representation of how she and her friend Kaito face (and escape from) this.

The first adventure features Kaito bearing Aya’s burden, but in this new level released for Women’s Day, sister is doing it for herself.

The cute and memorable Aya comes back as playable and customizable character on this new story level.

Starting from this Women’s Day, players will be able to discover this free dream which includes a new meaningful song.

And moreover, when creating a Playtrack in the level editor or riding some hundreds of community’s Playtracks, gamers can play with Aya on the social part to honor status of women all around the world.

This is the first of many content updates to come from Digixart, so if you already completed Lost in Harmony (and perfected your scores), keep it around…there’ll be plenty more to do.

Lost in Harmony is available now for $3.99 in the iTunes App Store. In-app purchases are available, but they’re purely cosmetic; you won’t need to spent another dime to fully experience this wonderful mobile game.

For more information, visit lostinharmony.com.

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