Touhou LostWord 4+

A RPG to find what was lost


Designed for iPad

    • 4.5 • 1.2K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



◇◆◇About Touhou LostWord◇◆◇
Words are going missing, but nobody knows why... The Lost Word Incident has taken over Gensokyo. Explore Gensokyo to resolve the incident with Reimu, Marisa, and the huge cast from Touhou Project!

Taking place in Gensokyo, Touhou LostWord is a derivative work based on Touhou Project, officially licensed by Team Shanghai Alice.

Reimu Hakurei:
Also known as Hakurei Shrine Maiden, Eternal Shrine Maiden, Wonderful Shrine Maiden of Paradise.
She is a human who lives at Hakurei Shrine.

Marisa Kirisame:
Also known as Western Magician of the East, Strange Magician, Ordinary Black Magician.
She is a human who lives in the Forest of Magic.

Meet the various characters from the Touhou universe, including Yukari Yakumo, Youmu Konpaku, Alice Margatroid, Reisen Udongein Inaba, Remilia Scarlet, Patchouli Knowledge, Sakuya Izayoi, and many more!

◇◆◇Game System◇◆◇
Use your characters' Spell Cards to fight in exciting battles of bullets!
You can power up your favorite characters and create a party of up to 6.
Choose between 3 voices for every character and dress them up in a variety of different costumes!

◇◆◇Participating Artists◇◆◇
Akitsu Mikami, Arata Toshihira, Capura.L, Eretto, Fruit Punch, Girotin, Hagiwara Rin, Hinayuki Usa, Hiura R, Mikeou, Minamura Haruki, Morinohon, Mottun*, Natsume Eri , Ragho no Erika, Rui Tomono, Sakura Hiyori, Sakuragi Ren, Sakurazawa Idumi, Shinia, Socha, Takehana Note, Tanaka Shoutarou, Tomioka Jiro, Umeckiti, Yamadori Ofuu, Yano Mitsuki, Yumeno Rote, Yuuki Keisuke, and more!

◇◆◇Participating Musicians◇◆◇
AramiTama, Butaotome, Cajiva's Gadget Shop, flap+frog, Foxtail-Grass Studio, Hachimitsu-Lemon, COOL&CREATE, Melodic Taste, O-LIFE.JP Tokyo Active NEETS/Kokyo Active NEETs, and more!

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What’s New

Version 1.25.0

The following improvements have been made.

- Implemented "Luck."
- Implemented "Luck Story Cards."

- Adjusted the display of Drop Rewards on the Explore screen.
- Adjusted the display of the "Status" icon on the Story Card screen.
- Reduced the loading time before the Buddy Selection screen.

- Fixed multiple display issues.
- Other minor issues have been fixed.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
1.2K Ratings

1.2K Ratings

dbrycii ,

Pros and Cons

The game in the early stages is extremely good and doesn’t require much effort into clearing, just some high level friends and that’s pretty much it, not to mention the story behind it too, Reddit and Twitter are the places to complain about the story arc. Here on the App Store or Google Play is to simply write reviews; the game is still as good as it is, however, the only things weighing it down is the extreme lack of actual general characters and general production, all new characters that are dropped are simply powercrept versions of pre-existing characters and you can’t get them without a little bit(or a crap ton) of pocket change to spare, and there’s also the general production of the game, I’ll keep it as short as possible. The events are where the game is mostly at, the story itself is extremely lacking after clearing Chapter 3, everything within Chapter 4 feels like unnecessary filler and the main storyline chapters aren’t that appealing anymore, everything is more cutscene than actual gameplay itself now resulting in lack of actual levels being grinded(of course players can just repeat stages with auto battle which is extremely helpful). Other than all of that, the general gameplay mechanics are simple to understand and the game itself is still pretty enjoyable.

FunJars14 ,

Strangely fun as you progress

As I started this game, I’ve found it to be lackluster. One of the few where I wasn’t awe’d at the start and instead played for the sheer idea that I could collect characters from a franchise sitting pretty at #1 of my favorites… That was, until you start getting more friends, level up, and realize it actually requires a decent strategy to a degree, similar to how Pokemon isn’t so much as a “five presses, I win” game but you can still level up your friends to steamroll on sheer level for some cases. All in all, mediocre first impression but last past it and you get oddly addicted.

I admire how slow many of these ‘gathering’ actions seem to take, for example: how difficult it really is to get God Crystals… It feels like they’ve really promoted consistent playing as the most rewarding method, rather than dropping a lump sum in hopes that you get what you want. Except for getting scrolls, tiles, and books. Sure they are definitely aided by the dailies… But are so darn slow that it peeves me. But that’s just the nature of this style of game for a grind and honestly shouldn’t really be changed.

Derek Tompson ,

I would recommend giving it a try even if you’ve never played a Touhou game.

The tutorial is relatively fast and easy to understand in comparison to some other games I’ve played so if you have usually trouble remembering the controls playing games don’t worry.
the storyline is very interesting and it just makes you feel as if you’re really in the game itself and the amazing quality of the background and characters. The added feature that you can choose your own character’s name and the fact that it appears in the storyline also contributes to that feeling but even if I couldn’t feel immersed in the storyline I would still be able to enjoy the game.
The soundtrack also hits different than in any other games but in a very good way, I think every game needs some good gameplay and even better music and this game managed to carry this out without any trouble. It seems to have done that to a level I never thought was possible.
I do wish I had something I could recommend in order to improve the game but unfortunately I do not currently.


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