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|Game Title:||A Normal Lost Phone|
|Game Developer:||Accidental Queens|
|Game Publisher:||PID Games|
|Initial Release Date:||26 Jan 2017|
A Normal Lost Phone game is a satisfying and moving experience. It’s very much a puzzle game, with other story beats tucked behind the puzzles. The puzzles are not too difficult and not too easy, and likewise they are not too frequent or too rare. The game is really detailed. It’s a short, 1.5-2 hour puzzle game whose story will either bring you to tears or completely blow your mind, depending on what kind of person you are. Personally, this game really resonated with me, so I fall into the “brought to tears” camp.
I will mention that the game basically has no replay value. Unlike a game like Gone Home (which I think is a very similar game, despite external appearances), which still has marginal replay value, A Normal Lost Phone, unfortunately, does not. But the game is very cheap in sales. You pay more for a movie in the theater, which is usually a similar length with a similar rewatch value.
If you liked Gone Home, you will love this game. Likewise, if you hated Gone Home, there’s a very good chance you won’t enjoy this game. And like Gone Home, I will sing the praises of this game and recommend it wholeheartedly.
The story of a normal lost phone is all the meat in this game and will be my focus for this review. This episode will also definitely be a bit of a spoiler, as the main focus of the game deserves some attention, and yet reveals a lot of the substance behind the mystery. So…if you don’t want to read any spoilers, please stop here in the Story section and just skip to the conclusion. To help with this, I will present my rating for this category here.
A Normal Lost Phone is a play that tackles the difficult subject of sexuality with a focus on LGBT humanity without being preachy. In fact, instead of dealing with all the hot button issues associated with this topic, it takes a very unique approach that simply allows you to glimpse into the life of a young man facing an identity crisis. and how he solves this within himself. This is achieved with the help of an anonymous, online LGBT community, through discussions in a chat room, through a dating site, and conversations with your best friend.
You also grow up at the same time and the phone is found in the protagonist’s eighteen years. A month or so ago, you told your high school sweetheart the truth, who didn’t take it well, to say the least.
The game is a normal lost phone actually consists of looking for the phone you found, reading emails and texts (and replying to a few), checking a website the owner visits often, and solving puzzles through research and lots of reading (which in the form of passcodes to unlock everything from internet access to chat room accounts).
You can also download photos and music from in-game emails and texts. It’s really about the game. While it’s simple that it’s nothing more than what you would do in real life, it still succeeded in creating a familiar and yet surprisingly interesting experience.
A Normal Lost Phone is actually just that…a lost cell phone, and so the graphics basically have you looking at a cell phone screen and opening different folders to see what’s inside. However, you have a screenshot folder, and it contains only the actual graphics from the mobile phone interface. The images are deliberately left a bit blurry at times, and yet clear at others. Since these represent photos taken with the phone’s camera (or taken by other people on their phones), this seems entirely appropriate. Still, this is a very minimal game as far as graphics go.
The sound in a Normal Lost Phone is all about the music tracks stored in your game phone. It’s a mix of styles and all look perfectly suited to the phone owner (before you see it). Your rating may differ in terms of your appreciation of the tracks, but as far as the game is concerned, they work perfectly within the context of their owner. The records are clear and there are enough paths that there is no need to repeat before completing the game (and if it does, it will be at most once).
This is what I call a hidden gem. If you love to read and get stories and inspiration from text, this is for you. I finished the game 100% in about two hours and really enjoyed it.
- Deep story, interesting characters
- Gospels are joyful and difficult
- Great voice
- The music and the themes discussed reminded me of “Life is Strange”, which is a plus.
I would have liked at least a little introductory scene where the phone was found as the trailer suggests. I was a bit confused to start right away on the phone screen.
Considering the short lead time, but also the very low price, I’d say it’s worth buying at full price. Of course, it’s not a bad thing at all if you’re getting it at a discount! I enjoyed the adventure and the story that it was, and it gave me a taste for other games where you share intimate personal information, so I will see Orwell: Keeping An Eye on You.
System Requirements of A Normal Lost Phone Game
- OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10
- Processor: (Any)
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: (Any)
- Hard Drive: 250 MB available space
- DirectX: Version 9.0c
How to Install A Normal Lost Phone For PC?
- Extract the file using “Winrar”.
- Open the “A Normal Lost Phone Game” folder.
- Click on “Setup” and install it.
- After installation is complete, go to the folder where you installed the game.
- Click on the “Game” icon to play the game.
|File Size: 60 MB||Download Here|