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#1 Daemon_9

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Daemon_9 is a Full Motion Video, Horror, and Single-player video game developed and published by Curio Productions for Multiple Platforms. The game introduces fabulous gameplay, in which the player finds Morgan has been disappeared, leaving nothing but a bloody trail of mayhem in her wake. Rumors are floating across the world, claiming Morgan is a monster or something far more sinister. In the game, your ultimate goal is to reveal the mystery before the same dark forces may use Morgan to find you.

Neither it’s a movie, nor it’s a game; actually, it’s both. The game mixes the horror movie elements and takes the player to a new environment to solve mysteries for in-game rewards. As the game starts, the player is greeted by a message from an unknown friend of Morgan, who is on an epic mission to locate and rescue her. Daemon_9 includes prominent features such as Point-and-Click Interface, Full Motion Video Components, and more.

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#2 Late Shift

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Late Shift is an Adventure, Interactive Movie, and Single-player video game developed by CtrlMovie and published by Wales Interactive for Multiple Platforms. The game seems similar to a regular movie, where the player requires to make choices on behalf of the protagonist. During the game, the presentation won’t stop until you’re in the process of making the decision. Therefore, players require to react actively in real-time.

The game features 180 choice points in the feature-movie, and the friendly user-interface influences the events and characters and leads the plot to one of seven different endings. Matthew Thompson, a college student who is working as a parking lot attendant, is the primary playable character.

#3 Calendula

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Calendula is a Puzzle, Psychological Horror, and Single-player video game developed and published by Blooming Buds Studio. The game refers to an experience, a strange mystery, a glass full of blood, and an experiment. The ultimate goal of the player is to unveil the mystery behind the broken game. There are several playable levels available, and each one has unique objectives to complete. In the game, the narrative is built within a labyrinth of metaphors and abstractions.

Unlike many other games, the player’s journey goes from simple to complex, from bright to somber, and from real to dreamlike. When the game starts, the player must follow Calendula’s path and use his wit to think outside the box. The game lets the player move across the land from a first-person viewpoint, figure out facts, and solve challenging mysteries throughout the game to become the master. Calendula includes prominent features such as Exploration of the 4th Wall, Obscure Atmosphere, Labyrinth of Abstractions, and more.

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#4 Hypnospace Outlaw

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Hypnospace Outlaw is a Point-and-Click, Surreal, and Single-player Simulation developed by Tundershoot and published by No More Robots. The game starts when the corporatocracy sleeps, and the outlaws are out to commit terrible jobs worldwide. The player controls the protagonist, who needs to navigate the environment using the point-and-click interface to complete a series of challenging missions in the game.

It serves as the ’90s internet simulation in which the player needs to scour the world’s massive variety of weird websites to take on wrongdoers while keeping an eye on the message box while avoiding adware and viruses. As part of the job, the player needs to watch for copyright infringement, internet bullying, and more.

#5 Jessika

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Jessika is an Adventure, Detective, and Single-player video game developed and published by Tritrie Game and published by Assemble Entertainment. The game offers quite challenging gameplay, in which your goal is to polish your detective skills and reach the end of secrets happening behind the scenes. It includes the elements of Full Motion Mystery Adventure and puts you in a group of specialized people in digital processing footprints of deceased people on behalf of relatives.

There are several playable levels available, and each one comes with different tasks and objectives to complete. In the game, you find a laptop of someone else, and your goal is to make your access to her database and browser her files by merely typing different search terms. Jessika includes prominent features such as Challenging Levels, Detailed Graphics, Full Motion Mystery Adventure Gameplay, Smooth Controls, and more.

#6 Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story

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Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story is an Adventure and Single-player video game developed by Dear Villagers for Mobile Devices. The game gives you a chance to explore a young woman’s social life whose mobile phone you have found. It is designed for those players who love playing narrative-based investigation gameplay where you need to piece together several elements from applications, pictures, and messages to proceed.

During the gameplay, you need to scroll through the phone’s content when finding yourself about everything like friendship, professional life, and more. There are several challenging levels available, and each one comes with unique objectives to complete for in-game rewards. Your ultimate goal is to analyze the clues, solve puzzles, and find the owner of the mobile you found. When playing the game, the game asks you to mix your findings from the applications of the phone, photo galleries, and messages to reveal the mystery of the disappearance of the female character.

#7 Simulacra

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Simulacra is an Adventure, Visual Novel, and Single-player Immersive Simulation with a twist of Horror and Detective game elements, developed by Kaigan Games OU. The game revolves around the protagonist, who found a mobile phone of a woman named Anna. Upon searching, the player discovers a desperate cry for help in the form of a video message.

Next to that, the phone behaves strangely as you try to jump deeper. During the gameplay, you can interact with her friends, and they have no idea where she is. During the game, you can use texts, messages, and emails as useful sources. After collecting clues, you use them to analyze and find out other secrets.

#8 Replica

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Replica is a Pixel Graphics, Hacking, Adventure, and Single-player video game developed by Somi for Multiple Platforms. The game offers interactive novel gameplay where the player plays the game through a cellphone and social media applications. At the game, the player receives a phone of an unknown person.

Your ultimate goal is to search for evidence of terrorism by hacking into the owner’s account under governmental coercion. It provides you with the insane experience of peeping into someone’s private life through a cellphone that will turn you into the greatest patriot of the state. There are 12 different endings available, and the game features 8 achievements to unlock.

#9 Simulacra: Pipe Dreams

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Simulacra: Pipe Dreams is a Detective and Single-player Simulation developed by Kaigan Games OU for Mobile Devices. The game serves as a spin-off of the most popular Simulacra video game, telling a brand-new story. The player follows the protagonist’s storyline in the game, trying to break free from the hold of a worst cursed video game. There are several playable levels available, and each one comes with different goals and objectives to complete.

As the game starts, the player discovers a new phone containing lots of missed calls and messages. The ultimate goal is to reveal dark secrets by making choices and reach the end to become the master. There are multiple endings available, and each one depends on the choices you make throughout the game. When playing the game, try to unravel dark secrets, navigate a massive mystery behind the Simulacra universe, and becomes the master. Simulacra: Pipe Dreams includes prominent features such as Uncover Secrets, Multiple Endings, New Storyline, and more.

#10 Simulacra 2

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Simulacra 2 is a Commercial Puzzle and Single-player Simulation developed by Kaigan Games OU for Mobile Devices. The game offers similar gameplay to Sara is Missing and offers you a chance to become a detective who needs to investigate the lost phones to find their owners. There are several challenging levels available, and each one requires the completion of the case to leave you amazing rewards and bonuses.

The story starts with Maya, an influencer who was found dead, and an obsessed detective suspect’s foul play. The phone of the victim seems to be wiped, while the cause of the death is unnatural. The game gives you a phone to conduct your investigation, interact with others, and reveal the truth behind the scene.

#11 A Normal Lost Phone

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A Normal Lost Phone is a Puzzle and Single-player video game developed by Accidental Queens and published by Plug In Digital for Multiple Platforms. The game introduces various themes and puts you in control of the character who needs to investigate a stranger’s phone. The entire game plays like a simulation of a cell phone. Each level is tasked with searching through a lost phone to find out what happened to the owner.

There are several levels; each level introduces puzzles that the player needs to solve by finding clues inferred from one part of the phone to unlock others. It offers different cases to investigate and lets you solve each case by investigating the phone, reading messages, and figuring out call history. The game increases the difficulty levels as you reach the high stages, where the chances to complete the case decreases to zero. A Normal Lost Phone includes prominent features, detailed graphics, and superb gameplay to experience.