Accidental Queens and Plug in Digital‘s narrative phone experiences A Normal Lost Phone and Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story make their DRM-free debut on GOG.
Finding phones and figuring out who the owner was seems to be quite popular in this social media age, and after having reviewed both Simulacra and Simulacra 2, it’s high time to look into two games that are less about horror and more about social lives (although that’s obviously also part of the aforementioned titles).
A Normal Lost Phone was originally released in January 2017 and is about 18-year old Sam whose phone might give answers to her sudden and mysterious disappearance. Looking through text messages, pictures, and applications obviously helps to find out more about her.
Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story came out in September 2017 and is again about about someone who has disappeared and left behind her friends and family wondering what happened to her. By digging deep into Laura’s personal history, one might become more attached to her (or her phone) and intrigued by what mysteries she hides.
Both games are now available DRM-free on GOG with 66% launch discounts that last until July 5, 2021, at 1 PM UTC.
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