Seaven Studios has announced that they’re bringing A Normal Lost Phone to the Nintendo Switch this week.
The investigative game hails from PC and mobile origins, involving a mystery around the owner of a phone you find. You’ll explore the phone’s contents via a narrative that divulges text messages, images and applications. This all aids in your quest to uncover the friends, family and relationships of the phone’s owner, leading right up to the evening they turned 18 and mysteriously disappeared.
The Switch version adds a portrait mode with touch screen and HD Rumble support, providing a unique fake smartphone interface. The game is also playable in landscape on handled, tabletop and TV mode.
A Normal Lost Phone is available for pre-ordering on the eShop right now, and will be released this Thursday on March 1st. In the meantime, check out the Switch trailer for the game below, and let us know your thoughts on this unique title.