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Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story Launches 21st September on PC and Mobile

Developer Accidental Queens releases highly anticipated follow-up to their hit debut title A Normal Lost Phone

Paris, France - 13th of September, 2017 - Developer Accidental Queens have today announced their new narrative mystery game Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story will launch on all platforms on 21st September 2017. A spiritual successor to the studio’s debut title and their award-winning indie hit A Normal Lost Phone, Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story will be available on Steam (PC, Mac and Linux) and Android devices for €2,99 / $2,99 / £2.99 and on iOS devices for €3.49 /$2.99 / £2.99.

In Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story, players will unravel questions and puzzles in a unique story experience centered on an enigmatic lost phone. They are tasked to find out what happened to the owner of the lost phone, Laura, a young woman who has apparently vanished without a trace. Uncovering crucial pieces of information and hidden passwords scattered among texts, apps, photo galleries and social networks, they will delve deeper into different aspects of Laura’s troubled life, touching upon social themes not often discussed in games.

Instantly recognisable to fans of the original A Normal Lost Phone, the new game by Accidental Queens features a completely new story, new themes, including new puzzles and new mysteries to solve.

Released in January of this year, the original A Normal Lost Phone sold more than 100,000 copies and has been awarded several nominations and accolades, including the grand prize at the European Women In Games Conference, Game Connection Europe "Best Indie Game" and an IGF Honorable Mention for Best Narrative. More recently, the game has been nominated for an award at the 2017 IndieCade Festival.

Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story features songs licensed from influential music label WARP including the track “White Gloves” by Khruangbin and “36” by Kwes. The soundtrack will become available on the same day as the official launch of the game.

For more information visit the website of Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story, follow the game on Twitter or like it on Facebook.

About Accidental Queens

Accidental Queens is a video game development studio founded by three women from the games industry and based in Tourcoing, France with a drive to create new kinds of game experiences. Their first game, A Normal Lost Phone, was released to critical acclaim on January 26th, 2017 for Steam (PC, Linux and Mac), iOS and Android platforms. Emphasising themes such as homophobia, peer pressure and coming of age, it sold more than 100 000 units worldwide. The studio seeks to create games that feature never before seen mechanics, exploring topics from everyday life and social questions, through innovative narrative tools.

About Playdius

Playdius is an up-and-coming French independent video game publisher on a mission to showcase hand picked games which deserve recognition for their creativity and originality across all platforms. Affiliated to Plug In Digital, Playdius has promoted innovative titles such as Dead in Bermuda, Neurovoider and A Normal Lost Phone. More information can be found on http://www.playdius.games

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