No, you didn’t read that headline incorrectly.
“A Normal Lost Phone” features text messages, as well as a calendar app and music player — essentially creating a virtual smartphone within your real phone, in order to tell a story. The idea behind the title is for players to slowly piece together the life of the phone’s owner, including their relationships and emotional issues, all through the data located on their smartphone.
The game, which is developed by France-based developer Accidental Queens, features a clever blend of writing and puzzles.
A Normal Lost Phone is available for iOS for $3.99 and Android for $3.49, as well as PC, Mac and Linux, though given the game takes place on a smartphone, playing it on a mobile device likely makes the most sense.