What happens when you find a phone?

We got to talk with Elizabeth Maler of Accidental Queens at IndieCade ’17 about A Normal Lost Phone, and it’s follow up Another Lost Phone. Both games operate on the premise that the player just found a phone and they explore its contents to find out who it belonged to. The really interesting thing about both of these games is how much of our lives we document on our phones as well as how much you may learn about and come to understand about a person through this documentation. The experience of playing the game is almost like reading a diary would have been just a decade ago.

I should note that both of these games involve fictional characters and are not real stories. The experience is great none the less and I highly recommend checking this game out.

Sean Weiland

Sean Weiland

Sean is game designer with a sorted past. Ask him where he's lived and he will give you more than 12 answers. Ask him what he does for a living and he might say "game designer" or he might say "I dance".Ask him about indie games and he will give you a dam honest opinion informed by over a decade of audio, design, and development experience.
Sean Weiland