Accidental Queens has announced that Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story, the spiritual follow-up to its hit nosy-parker-narrative adventure A Normal Lost Phone, will be hitting Nintendo Switch later this month.
The meat-and-potatoes of Another Lost Phone is pretty much what you’d expect, especially if you’ve played the first game. A young woman named Laura has mysteriously vanished and you happen to stumble across her phone, which leads to you rummaging through her contacts, messages, and social apps in an attempt to find out more about her life and what happened to her.
Developer Seaven Studio has added a handy portrait mode for the Switch version of the game, complete with touch screen and HD Rumble support. If you don’t fancy playing it like a real mobile phone, then you can instead plump for landscape and tabletop mode by pointing your JoyCon controller to the screen.