Lost in Night Released and Demo

Three gameplay modes, hand-drawn graphics and relaxing music
Rumbic Studio today released Lost in Night, a game that combines fast-paced Match-3 action and the excitement of city-building. As a Match-3 game, the "core" action consists of clearing groups of tiles of different colors. You must find three in a row and blow them up, with sometimes unexpected results. Connoisseurs can play against the clock for more adrenalin, while new players receive automatic hints (after five seconds of inactivity) for how to make the well-placed move that can turn the tide of the game.
While other Match-3 games support only one gameplay mode (Swap or Chain), Lost in Night goes a step further by now including Group, a third, new gameplay mode. Swap pieces between spots, trace a "chain" between identical pieces, or - now - explode groups of similar colors. And to complete a level, destroy the marble plaques. Another game exclusive is the shape of the playing field: Lost in Night offers a traditional rectangular field as well as an innovative six-sided one for a greater challenge.
A playable demo is now locally mirrored.
Lost in Night Demo (37.31MB)