Terrific animation, solid voice acting, and a light but fun puzzle adventure style make this a solid treat
Given the abundance of titles inspired by the classic point-and-click adventure genre on the Switch it has undoubtedly gotten difficult to do something fresh in the space. That said, I feel that Lost in Play has done just that, sort of streamlining everything to make quicker puzzles the focus, stripping out a reliance on dialogue, and rewarding your progress with consistent charm and humor. It doesn’t hurt that visually the very contemporary cartoon-like look of everything is polished and often amusing in its own right. Put that all together with increasingly-fantastic and unexpected environments and situations that the game’s brother and sister find themselves in and it’s a really odd and quirky adventure indeed that just about anyone should be able to appreciate.
Justin Nation, Score:
Nindie Choice! [8.3]