[PlayStation 4] Midnight Is Lost Review
Midnight is Lost from QUByte Interactive and Robotizar Games is a puzzler in which you must solve each puzzle backward. Check our Midnight is Lost review!
Midnight is Lost from QUByte Interactive and Robotizar Games is a puzzler in which you must solve each puzzle backward. The titular Midnight is a witch’s animal helper. This particular cat has, unfortunately, ended up stranded on a mysterious island. It’s now your task to help Midnight escape by completing the 30 levels the game has to offer, all while completing the puzzles backward.
You’ll do this by controlling a hologram with the left analog stick or the D-Pad so that you can move it around each area to show Midnight the path that needs to be taken in order to move any obstacles out of the way and reach the exit for that level. This will make it possible for Midnight to push a box out of the way, or to, for example, push some monuments in a specific sequence so that you can reach the next area. There are also some mini-games to find along the way, so be sure to search for them!
Midnight is Lost features a short but full trophy list, so you can expect to add one more Platinum trophy to your collection. The list includes 11 trophies, and as long as you beat the game and get a high score in the shooting mini-game and in the cooking mini-game, you’ll be able to get that Platinum. If you want to speed up your trophy run, then you should definitely check out this Midnight is Lost Trophy Guide.
Midnight is Lost is a puzzler in which you must solve each puzzle backward. It’s of the Sokoban variety, which means that you’ll have to be pushing blocks or monuments to clear a path to the exit, as you use a hologram to solve each puzzle from finish to start. It also has a Platinum trophy that is easy to obtain as long as you get a high score on two mini-games and reach the last level in the game. Midnight is Lost is out on PlayStation 4 with a budget price of only $3.99.
This Midnight is Lost review is based on a PlayStation 4 copy provided by QUByte Interactive.