Rhythm game Lanota coming to Switch in June

Noxy Games-developed title currently available for smartphones.

Lanota

Noxy Games-developed rhythm game Lanota is coming to Switch in June, publisher Flyhigh Works announced.

Lanota is currently available for iOS via the App Store and Android via Google Play. Here is an overview of its smartphone version, via their store pages:

About

Save the world by the power of music in this dynamic and refreshing rhythm game! Play the tunes and follow the rhythm, explore and revive the world. Unlock music of various genres, conquer specially designed boss-stages, and indulge in an artistic picture book!

Key Features

  • Innovative and Dynamic Rhythm Game – Not the rhythm game you used to know: we add unique animation to the plate you’ll be playing on. Dozens of fantastic music tracks and amazing boss-stage features, different charts and challenges; gentle or intense, beginners, advanced players and experts can all have their game!
  • Artistic and Refreshing Picture Book – “I trust that you, the one blessed by the gods of melody, can surely revive the former world order.” “Tune” the chaotic energy back to harmony, and the world will gradually reveal. Explore places on the map, read a beautifully handcrafted picture book, and collect items on the way as souvenir!
  • Achievements, Leaderboards, and More – Collect achievements as the story progress, share your results to friends, and compete with other players on the leaderboard. Supports cloud save.

Watch the announcement trailer below (from 1:11:26 to 1:12:33).

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