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Another Lost Phone: Laura's Story

Another Lost Phone: Laura's Story

Plug in Digital

Explore the social life of a young woman whose phone you have just found.

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  • Really wish this was free Apr 30, 2018

    By Kayak Babe
    This is a good way to teach something that is so difficult to convey unless you have lived through it. Everyone make and female should be exposed to stories like this. Especially young adults. Knowing what occurs in an abusive relationship before you have spiraled down in to the abyss will help you recognize that it is happening. It is not okay and you can get out. I suggest everyone okay this.
  • Apr 19, 2020

    By Sabrina Martin
    I absolutely loved this! Such a deep, immersive story. It had puzzles, romance, drama, excitement, suspense...it really felt like I was legitimately holding someone's phone and actually doing everything. The way the app fills the screen, and looks realistic, adds to the thrill. Please, make more!!
  • Love this game but there’s a big May 5, 2020

    By scared wimp
    I love this game soooo much, it’s very interesting and I’ve replayed it many times. The first time I played this game was on my IPhone SE, I just recently got an IPhone X and there’s a slight bug in the game. Maybe I should delete the app and re-download it so the bug will be fixed. But anyways when I opened the app it looked like the top of the screen was gray, like the whole app didn’t fit on my screen so there was just a patch of gray at the top, I’m not sure if that was an update or not because it doesn’t totally look out of place. I just ignored and started reading the text messages and the top part of the screen was cut off, so I could only see half of the time. Like it showed what time it was but half of it was cut off. Kind of annoying but still bearable and usable. Love your games btw.
  • Jan 31, 2021

    By Steve Buster
    Probably one of the most interesting things on the play store to do with android. I found this looking for a virtual lab during the cold 19 shut down, I'm bored to death. The game? It's sort of a game I guess, as there is an end, it's still more like a digital forensics lab without any industry standard tools, or anything real difficult. Was still fun, I kinda hope that maybe you might do one more challenging like make it where we have to get a dump off a device, make it like a capture the flag.
  • Incredible gameplay and story Oct 1, 2017

    By Wise Creature
    I REALLY loved this game, I read through all the SMS and emails there were... awesome effort put into this. The game drew me in so much that I could not stop thinking it for like 1 hour straight after I had ‘taken a break’. The only downside I could find was the very short story, I finished the game after I believe 2 or 3 hours, and for the cost of the game I believe it is a little short. (I often follow the 1$ per hour rule only on PC rather than my phone). All in all this was an excellent quality game... congratulations!!
  • A Worthy Sequel Jan 3, 2021

    By Mjoshua
    A Normal Lost Phone hit me hard when it came out. A perfect blend of interface genius and narrative punch. I didn’t think it could be topped when I heard the game had a sequel. This may be a bit more understated, but does an incredible job of easing you into the tensions at hand. Absolutely recommended — even if you needed a bit of help with the puzzles like me.
  • Jun 8, 2020

    By Un Known
    Another wicked, intriguing and elaborate, enticing story. Fun intuitive design with complexity too. Enjoyable narrative and well written. Short but it still manages to pace itself and keep your attention. Wicked job, everyone!! Can't wait to enjoy more content 😊
  • Better than I expected (?) Jun 9, 2018

    By 비키데스
    I actually thought I’d get bored with all the text reading, but I wasn’t (you find out so many little pieces of it that you just keep reading). The game is pretty short, yes. But, the real point of this game relies on its psychological aspects (which was pretty clear at the end, specially the credits). Overall great story, entertaining and immersing. I’d recommend.
  • Feb 5, 2020

    By robot whiskers
    Amazing. This game and the first one, "A Normal Lost Phone", both bring attention and insight to some very real and important human experiences that need to be better understood by humankind at large. The existence of these games is so valuable and they both left me sobbing.
  • An interesting sequel Feb 4, 2018

    By xTwigs
    This follow-up to the first game was really well made, and definitely as challenging as before. I'm really glad I took the time to play the both of them, as they really have opened my eyes to much bigger issues in the world. I'm very, very much looking forward to the future games to come from this series.
  • Really wish this was free Apr 30, 2018

    By Kayak Babe
    This is a good way to teach something that is so difficult to convey unless you have lived through it. Everyone make and female should be exposed to stories like this. Especially young adults. Knowing what occurs in an abusive relationship before you have spiraled down in to the abyss will help you recognize that it is happening. It is not okay and you can get out. I suggest everyone okay this.
  • Apr 19, 2020

    By Sabrina Martin
    I absolutely loved this! Such a deep, immersive story. It had puzzles, romance, drama, excitement, suspense...it really felt like I was legitimately holding someone's phone and actually doing everything. The way the app fills the screen, and looks realistic, adds to the thrill. Please, make more!!
  • Love this game but there’s a big May 5, 2020

    By scared wimp
    I love this game soooo much, it’s very interesting and I’ve replayed it many times. The first time I played this game was on my IPhone SE, I just recently got an IPhone X and there’s a slight bug in the game. Maybe I should delete the app and re-download it so the bug will be fixed. But anyways when I opened the app it looked like the top of the screen was gray, like the whole app didn’t fit on my screen so there was just a patch of gray at the top, I’m not sure if that was an update or not because it doesn’t totally look out of place. I just ignored and started reading the text messages and the top part of the screen was cut off, so I could only see half of the time. Like it showed what time it was but half of it was cut off. Kind of annoying but still bearable and usable. Love your games btw.
  • Jan 31, 2021

    By Steve Buster
    Probably one of the most interesting things on the play store to do with android. I found this looking for a virtual lab during the cold 19 shut down, I'm bored to death. The game? It's sort of a game I guess, as there is an end, it's still more like a digital forensics lab without any industry standard tools, or anything real difficult. Was still fun, I kinda hope that maybe you might do one more challenging like make it where we have to get a dump off a device, make it like a capture the flag.
  • Incredible gameplay and story Oct 1, 2017

    By Wise Creature
    I REALLY loved this game, I read through all the SMS and emails there were... awesome effort put into this. The game drew me in so much that I could not stop thinking it for like 1 hour straight after I had ‘taken a break’. The only downside I could find was the very short story, I finished the game after I believe 2 or 3 hours, and for the cost of the game I believe it is a little short. (I often follow the 1$ per hour rule only on PC rather than my phone). All in all this was an excellent quality game... congratulations!!
  • A Worthy Sequel Jan 3, 2021

    By Mjoshua
    A Normal Lost Phone hit me hard when it came out. A perfect blend of interface genius and narrative punch. I didn’t think it could be topped when I heard the game had a sequel. This may be a bit more understated, but does an incredible job of easing you into the tensions at hand. Absolutely recommended — even if you needed a bit of help with the puzzles like me.
  • Jun 8, 2020

    By Un Known
    Another wicked, intriguing and elaborate, enticing story. Fun intuitive design with complexity too. Enjoyable narrative and well written. Short but it still manages to pace itself and keep your attention. Wicked job, everyone!! Can't wait to enjoy more content 😊
  • Better than I expected (?) Jun 9, 2018

    By 비키데스
    I actually thought I’d get bored with all the text reading, but I wasn’t (you find out so many little pieces of it that you just keep reading). The game is pretty short, yes. But, the real point of this game relies on its psychological aspects (which was pretty clear at the end, specially the credits). Overall great story, entertaining and immersing. I’d recommend.
  • Feb 5, 2020

    By robot whiskers
    Amazing. This game and the first one, "A Normal Lost Phone", both bring attention and insight to some very real and important human experiences that need to be better understood by humankind at large. The existence of these games is so valuable and they both left me sobbing.
  • An interesting sequel Feb 4, 2018

    By xTwigs
    This follow-up to the first game was really well made, and definitely as challenging as before. I'm really glad I took the time to play the both of them, as they really have opened my eyes to much bigger issues in the world. I'm very, very much looking forward to the future games to come from this series.

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  • Really wish this was free Apr 30, 2018

    By Kayak Babe
    This is a good way to teach something that is so difficult to convey unless you have lived through it. Everyone make and female should be exposed to stories like this. Especially young adults. Knowing what occurs in an abusive relationship before you have spiraled down in to the abyss will help you recognize that it is happening. It is not okay and you can get out. I suggest everyone okay this.
  • Apr 19, 2020

    By Sabrina Martin
    I absolutely loved this! Such a deep, immersive story. It had puzzles, romance, drama, excitement, suspense...it really felt like I was legitimately holding someone's phone and actually doing everything. The way the app fills the screen, and looks realistic, adds to the thrill. Please, make more!!
  • Jan 31, 2021

    By Steve Buster
    Probably one of the most interesting things on the play store to do with android. I found this looking for a virtual lab during the cold 19 shut down, I'm bored to death. The game? It's sort of a game I guess, as there is an end, it's still more like a digital forensics lab without any industry standard tools, or anything real difficult. Was still fun, I kinda hope that maybe you might do one more challenging like make it where we have to get a dump off a device, make it like a capture the flag.
  • A Worthy Sequel Jan 3, 2021

    By Mjoshua
    A Normal Lost Phone hit me hard when it came out. A perfect blend of interface genius and narrative punch. I didn’t think it could be topped when I heard the game had a sequel. This may be a bit more understated, but does an incredible job of easing you into the tensions at hand. Absolutely recommended — even if you needed a bit of help with the puzzles like me.
  • Jun 8, 2020

    By Un Known
    Another wicked, intriguing and elaborate, enticing story. Fun intuitive design with complexity too. Enjoyable narrative and well written. Short but it still manages to pace itself and keep your attention. Wicked job, everyone!! Can't wait to enjoy more content 😊
  • Better than I expected (?) Jun 9, 2018

    By 비키데스
    I actually thought I’d get bored with all the text reading, but I wasn’t (you find out so many little pieces of it that you just keep reading). The game is pretty short, yes. But, the real point of this game relies on its psychological aspects (which was pretty clear at the end, specially the credits). Overall great story, entertaining and immersing. I’d recommend.
  • Feb 5, 2020

    By robot whiskers
    Amazing. This game and the first one, "A Normal Lost Phone", both bring attention and insight to some very real and important human experiences that need to be better understood by humankind at large. The existence of these games is so valuable and they both left me sobbing.
  • An interesting sequel Feb 4, 2018

    By xTwigs
    This follow-up to the first game was really well made, and definitely as challenging as before. I'm really glad I took the time to play the both of them, as they really have opened my eyes to much bigger issues in the world. I'm very, very much looking forward to the future games to come from this series.
  • Feb 17, 2020

    By Lucy Arnold
    I cannot recommend this game enough. Not only is the interface immersive and fun to use, the puzzles are great and encourage you to engage with the story. Oh, the story. This is so excellent.
  • An interesting game Apr 4, 2018

    By Keichi maebara
    I thought it was an interesting game. To anyone wondering if they should play this game I would reccomend it. Overall, the story was interesting and the puzzles to figure out the passwords to things started out pretty easy and got more difficult as it went on. In my opinion it was a very well balanced game.
  • Love this game but there’s a big May 5, 2020

    By scared wimp
    I love this game soooo much, it’s very interesting and I’ve replayed it many times. The first time I played this game was on my IPhone SE, I just recently got an IPhone X and there’s a slight bug in the game. Maybe I should delete the app and re-download it so the bug will be fixed. But anyways when I opened the app it looked like the top of the screen was gray, like the whole app didn’t fit on my screen so there was just a patch of gray at the top, I’m not sure if that was an update or not because it doesn’t totally look out of place. I just ignored and started reading the text messages and the top part of the screen was cut off, so I could only see half of the time. Like it showed what time it was but half of it was cut off. Kind of annoying but still bearable and usable. Love your games btw.
  • Incredible gameplay and story Oct 1, 2017

    By Wise Creature
    I REALLY loved this game, I read through all the SMS and emails there were... awesome effort put into this. The game drew me in so much that I could not stop thinking it for like 1 hour straight after I had ‘taken a break’. The only downside I could find was the very short story, I finished the game after I believe 2 or 3 hours, and for the cost of the game I believe it is a little short. (I often follow the 1$ per hour rule only on PC rather than my phone). All in all this was an excellent quality game... congratulations!!
  • May 31, 2020

    By Brian Gergens
    At this point how games like this one work shouldn't be unfamiliar; you're either in it for the story, or you shouldn't play this. Like the last one, this has a compelling story. Unlike the last, what's going on is pretty obvious from the start - but it's still fun. 2-3 hours, maybe, to complete. I'd recommend it.
  • Aug 1, 2019

    By Alejandro gutierrez
    The game itself is really nice bases on domestic violence. Reading through text I feels like a Novela, really good. I got stuck a bit but at the end the game was short but at the end is a must buy.
  • Nov 11, 2018

    By tracey rambler
    great game. i wish there was more visual amd audio to it, like simulacra or sara is missing. also, at the end it said i missed two goals but wont tell me what they were. even tho i think i got them all. at least all that were listed
  • Good, but nothing compared to the first game. Feb 11, 2018

    By MegAlter
    Not bad. I do think I liked the first one better. The first one had a story you don’t normally see very often, and the games music was very good! I feel in love with the first one! This one was still very nice, but again, nothing compared to the first game. It had a story that was a bit more common. Plus it felt shorter than the first one. All I all, I did like it and I hope that there will continue to more games like this in the future.
  • Jul 17, 2019

    By Laura Farr
    Big trigger warning for relationship abuse. They do a good job making you slowly unfold Laura's life and puzzle out passwords to get new details. I haven't completed the game, but I don't want to relive Laura's story anymore. The details and mechanics of this game are too immersive for someone coping with PTSD.
  • Oct 15, 2020

    By Heather Bryant
    I bought this game and I'm stuck! I have no idea what I'm doing because it tells me NOTHING! Lol I love a challenge 😜 so that's why I gave 4 stars.
  • Better than the last one Mar 29, 2018

    By Tomi919
    Challenging puzzles and less obvious mysteries. Still a PSA but not as heavy on it so it feels more effective, and this time it was expected. Not worth the $3 alone but good in the bundle with both games. Would play a third game with more interactivity (maybe message choices, calls and voicemails).

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