A Normal Lost Phone is a game in which the player is tasked with discovering the identity of the owner of an unknown phone that they have discovered.
The game takes the style of a narrative inquiry, and in order to find out more about the phone’s previous owner, you will need to dig through the phone’s text messages, images, and applications. You gain insight into Sam’s life, including his friends, family, and romantic connections, all the way up until the evening of his 18th birthday, when he and his friends vanish without a trace.
Features: – A narrative that is introduced in a way that is both immersive and intuitive through the use of a fake smartphone interface. – A game that allows players to take on their own personas in an attempt to bridge the gap between truth and fantasy. The game poses a straightforward query: if you exit the app but continue to think about the game, do you consider yourself to have genuinely finished playing?
– A story that is easy to relate to and helps the reader develop empathy for the characters, thereby allowing more challenging themes to be discussed.