If you were wondering whether there is a map in Lost in Random, the answer is yes. Lost in Random has six worlds, one for each side of a dice. You start the game in Onecroft, the lowest of Random's realms, and your map will expand as you explore.
The map is beautifully drawn and color-coordinated. Each world is divided into named areas. When you are in an area, the map will feature a color. Areas you are not in will be colored gray. The combination of color and hand-drawn look makes it charming to look at.
When you are in an area, the region will be colored and show important points on the map. This includes your location, the location ladders, and the location of buttons. It will also show you the location of main and side quests. Keep in mind, though, that reading the map can be confusing in regards to your location and navigation.
Ladders are one of the few ways to travel to different heights, so knowing their location is important. Buttons are useful for interacting with the environment. The map does not show the location of collectibles, so you will have to keep a keen eye out for them.