‘A Normal Lost Phone’ arrives on Nintendo Switch March 1st


Nosy Parker simulator A Normal Lost Phone will be making the jump from PC to Nintendo Switch on March 1.

Having already flogged over 100,000 copies on PC and mobile platforms, the inquisitive text-based outing focuses on the ‘intimacy’ of riffling through some poor sod’s phone that you’ve just happened across.

You’ll learn about owner Sam by rummaging through text messages, pictures, applications, and other personal bits and bobs, eventually discovering more about their relationships, family, and friends to the point when they mysteriously disappear after turning 18.

Developed by Seaven Studio, the Switch version of A Normal Lost Phone will boast a number of extra features, including a portrait mode complete with touch screen and HD Rumble support. You can also experience the game in landscape on handheld, tabletop and TV mode.

A Normal Lost Phone can be pre-ordered from the eShop now.


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