Another Lost Phone: Laura's Story
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Another Lost Phone tells an interesting story in an inventive way, but its characters are forgettable
God is a Geek
Offering up a small slice of emergent storytelling, Another Lost Phone does a good job of highlighting difficult themes.
Another Lost Phone: Laura's Story is out now on PC, Mac, iPhone, and Android. The publisher sent us a code for this review.
Pitched as a "narrative investigation", you click through the various apps and read the messages that Laura has stored on her phone to put together a rather unsettling story.
I really enjoyed my time with Another Lost Phone, which turns your Switch into a giant smartphone to provide a unique puzzle experience.
That said, however, Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story is an interesting, topical game that touches on some important issues with regard to our connected world and the impact it can have on young people. If you go into it knowing that you need to really be on top of the UI thing, you’ll find a good story that you’ll find yourself pondering over long after the game is finished.
Another Lost Phone: Laura's Story is the follow up to A Normal Lost Phone and it may actually be worth a look, but not for the reasons you are likely to suspect.
Another Lost Phone: Laura's Story, as was the case for A Normal Lost Phone, will be over in a couple of hours at most, so this one will appeal to, say, fans of visual novels, as well as to, obviously, those of you that played and enjoyed the previous game on Nintendo Switch from Accidental Queens, Plug In Digital and Seaven Studio. It is available on its own for $5.99 on the Nintendo eshop, or you can a bundle with both games, as Lost Phones Stories, for only $9.99.