You found a phone belonging to a missing person. What would you do?
Sara has disappeared under mysterious circumstances, and your only lead is her mobile phone.
Search for clues by investigating Sara's personal messages, notes, emails, pictures and videos while trying to piece together her final days. Unlock password protected files, uncover hidden messages and decrypt lost data and figure out where she went, what she did, and how someone can disappear without a trace so suddenly.
- Multiple choices will lead to multiple outcomes and endings.
- Chat with different people at the same time.
- Receive phone calls from NPCs and other mysterious callers.
- Hidden sub plots and extra information to unlock.
- Receive videos and photos from other NPCs.
- Simulated mobile phone helper, providing hints.
- Utilizing a similar typing mechanic as popular messaging apps.
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Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Solid Start 😨😍
Wow! I spent an evening playing this after being told it had clips from Marble Hornets in it and was very pleasantly surprised. The game has a similar formula to the Mystic Messenger game but gives it a horrific (and realistic) twist. To me, this has a great quality that I would put on par with creative Indie video games more so than "mobile" gaming.
This was a great demo for what is to come very soon, I'm sure. I'd love if in the future we could look through Sara's dating profile (and read more of Buddy's cringey attempts to flirt), see more realistic attempts at texting (less "...", those read more as a smug intellectual texting rather than intimidating), and more branching out in genuine choices (not "omg this is so scary" to a text where a person is asking a question).
This has such a solid foundation and I can't wait to see it grow. I have a feeling I'll be a fan of this company from here on out. Thank you for releasing such a fun game!
Enjoyable at first but is disappointing
When I first heard of this game I was so excited to play it but I couldn’t get to it at the time. However when I got to it I was a bit disappointed. The beginning was solid you found a phone and by the help of IRIS you recover a video of her that implies that she is in danger. May I add that the game has a cheap tactic of scaring you with jump scares. The video of sara was amazing and can really give you chills down your spine. I went through her phone throughly looked through her photos videos email music and all I found was useless information. Now some of the information you find is helpful but that’s only 1% of the info. The rest is just junk. It would be great if you could actually find a lot more information about sara’s disappearance. When you go through her messages you get to discover more about her life sad thing is you only get to talk to James and Izuru (SPOILERS AHEAD)
Izuru is the cause of all of this and at the end you have to pick who will die Sara or Faith. I felt like i should pick Sara because the whole game was about finding her and I really didn’t get attached to Faith. So overall this game has its ups and downs And I wouldn’t really recommend this game to anyone else because it can get boring at times. Can’t wait to play SIMULACRA
Enjoyable, but weak plot
You are tasked with solving the mystery behind a missing girl's disappearance, and at your disposal are her mobile phone and its virtual assistant IRIS. The game takes on a voyeuristic element as you comb through her messages and photos, and the developer does a fantastic job of recreating a small slice of a young woman's life - even down to the way her millennial friends text and use emojis.
However, not only is the game incredibly short (about 40 minutes or less), but its plot is forced, arbitrary, and nonsensical. There are many characters and plot elements introduced that serve no purpose, and the fun mystery element quickly and suddenly veers into graphic horror which I wasn't expecting or prepared for. Overall, while the game could be greatly improved, it's still an enjoyable and thrilling way to spend half an hour without spending any money.
- KAIGAN GAMES OUe
- 195.6 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Frequent/Intense Profanity or Crude Humor
- Frequent/Intense Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
- © 2016 Accurve Studios
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.