Lanota for Switch launches June 14 in North America, June 20 in Europe

Flyhigh Work dates its latest Switch rhythm game port.

Lanota

The April-announced Switch version of rhythm game Lanota will launch via the Nintendo eShop on June 14 in North America and Japan, and June 20 in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand for $14.99 / €14.99 / 1,500 yen, publisher Flyhigh Works announced.

Here is an overview of the game, via Flyhigh Works:

About

A rhythmic music game unlike any other, the unique gameplay of Lanota is perfect for Nintendo Switch!

Lanota offers a unique blend of dynamic music rhythm gameplay and storytelling, delivering a colorful narrative and enticing soundtrack in one package!

You perform over 70 tracks on a 360 degree circular field – your goal is to hit notes all around the ‘plate’, enabling you to both feel the beat and follow the musical flow. Tap, hold and slide to perform and achieve perfect combos and harmony!

There are multiple ways to tackle each track – in addition to four difficulty settings you can choose to ‘Tune’ or ‘Purify’ songs. Purify ends your attempt if you miss too many notes, whereas Tune allows you to continue without that added pressure!

In addition to dynamic circular play areas and varied beats to hit, Lanota offers a distinctive narrative. The world has lost sound and color, and the task falls to our two heroes – Fisica and Ritmo – to revive ‘Notalium’ and bring music back to the world. Complete songs to unlock new story segments and undertake this vital task!

Key Features

  • 70-plus tracks, including two new songs that are exclusive to the Nintendo Switch
  • Utilize the touch screen for precise and dynamic controls
  • Varied songs and stage designs, including ‘boss’ tracks
  • Four difficulty settings and the choice of ‘Tune’ and ‘Purify’ modes
  • Complete the plot for a unique storybook experience
  • Plug in some headphones and enjoy a special musical experience

Watch a new trailer below. Visit the official Japanese website here.

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