Lost in Play 9+

Snapbreak Games

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    • Offers In-App Purchases



Help a brother and sister on an uplifting epic adventure to find their way home. Solving puzzles, escaping a horned beast and meeting quirky goblins are just part of the journey!

Lost in Play is a journey through childhood imagination with thoughtfully crafted puzzles and colorful characters. Play as a brother and sister duo on an adventure to find their way back home. Between reality and fantasy, the siblings explore the enchanted forest of a horned beast, start a rebellion in a goblin village, and help a team of frogs free a sword from a stone.


The bizarre and dreamlike world of Lost in Play is filled with mystery, unique puzzles, and mini-games. Challenge a pirate seagull to a game of clicking crabs, serve magical tea to a royal toad, and collect pieces to build a flying machine. Be a part of this modern point & click game that will reward your curiosity and leave you excited for the next piece of story.


From what seems like a normal morning at home to a typical afternoon at the park, you'll soon find yourself on a whirlwind quest as you sneak into a goblin castle, explore ancient ruins, and soar atop a giant stork. Lost in Play takes you on a nostalgic roller-coaster!


With a hand-crafted style similar to animated shows from childhood, Lost in Play is a story meant for all. Whether you’re seeking wholesome delight or just a good time, the family can enjoy this story together.


* A mysterious animated puzzle adventure.
* Filled with magical and magnificent creatures.
* Created with families in mind. Have your children watch you play!
* No dialogue. Everything is communicated visually in a universal way.
* Inspired by nostalgic TV shows.
* Play cards with goblins, build a dragon, and teach a sheep how to fly.
* Includes 30+ unique puzzles and mini-games.
* Catch a derpy chicken. Maybe.

What’s New

Version 1.0.4

- Optimizations
- Bug fixes
- Push notifications
- Small fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
6K Ratings

6K Ratings

Editors’ Choice

Reality and imagination blur in this wonderfully illustrated adventure game starring playfully competitive young siblings.

itsriri_08 ,

awesome game

This game literally has 0 flaws. Lost in Play is a puzzle game you could say, where you have to solve puzzles and use your brain a little bit to do quests and such. This game doesnt cost money to download or play, but you cant play the whole game without paying 5 dollars (4.99 to be exact) but id say its worth it. I play this game all the time and ive beat it about 5 times now. It quite a long game for a mobile game, and once you complete it you can play any part of the game over again. I very much recommend if you need a fun game to play if you have a lot of free time/if you like puzzle games. The animation is so cool and the fact that this is somewhat based on real people is great!! I also love the little parts that connect here and there in different scenes, like the frogs or the poker chips. 100 and ten percent recommend and thank you to the developers for making this game. Im hoping for a second one but ill keep playing this one no matter what. Love it !!!

Wilbur the Horse ,

Near Perfect Game!

This game is beautiful. The art, the story, the music, the sound design. All beautifully conceived and executed. The gameplay is intuitive and the puzzles were great fun. My only criticism is that is was almost disappointingly short. I understand it takes a lot of resources to make games, but near the beginning of the game you get a map which shows all of the encounters you would expect to see in your adventure to the end. Unfortunately, after three short encounters, the game goes into a video montage (which is fun and beautiful and well animated) showing the main characters completing the rest of the encounters that we previously on the map before diving into the final chapter. I can’t tell you how disappointing it was to realize that all of the adventures I expected to have in this lovely game were just being gleaned over in a short cut scene. This might not be the case, but certainly seemed as though perhaps the devs ran out of funding to fully bring each chapter to life? I’d have much preferred they had edited the map to remove some things as opposed to making a cut scene. Perhaps I’d have been happier not knowing what I was missing. In any case, the game is still worth the money and a great play. You should buy it so that maybe next time the devs will have all the funds necessary to fully flesh out their vision! Hope they make another one!

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