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A Normal Lost Phone Arrives For The Switch On March 1

You find a lost cell phone on the street. To find out more about the person who lost it you’ll need to explore the intimate details of his/her life. That involves searching through text messages, pictures and applications. A Normal Lost Phone arrives on the Switch on March 1!



After multiple awards and more than 100 000 copies sold on PC and mobile, we’re very happy to bring the first game of Accidental Queens, A Normal Lost Phone, on Nintendo Switch on March 1st! Pre-order today on the eShop.

You have just found a phone, now find out the truth: A Normal Lost Phone is a game about exploring the intimacy of an unknown person whose phone was found by the player.

The game takes the shape of a narrative investigation: you have to search the phone’s text messages, pictures and applications, in order to learn about its former owner. Through this phone, you uncover Sam’s life, friends, family and relationships, until the evening when they turn 18 and mysteriously disappear.

The Nintendo Switch version developed by Seaven Studio adds portrait mode with touch screen and HD Rumble support, making sure the immersive and intuitive way of delivering the game’s narrative through a fake smartphone interface is kept intact. The game is also playable in landscape on handled, tabletop and TV mode.


  • An immersive and intuitive way of introducing the narrative through a fake smartphone interface.

  • A game that bridges the gap between reality and fiction by letting players act as themselves. The game asks a simple question: if you close the app but still think about the game, have you truly stopped playing?

  • A relatable story that helps build empathy with the characters, allowing to explore difficult topics.


Craig Majaski

Craig has been covering the video game industry since 1995. His work has been published across a wide spectrum of media sites. He's currently the Editor-In-Chief of Nintendo Times and contributes to Gaming Age.

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