Existential narrative title Lost at Sea – not to be confused with 2016’s indie game Lost Sea – is now available to download for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series consoles, and PC.
This first person adventure experience from Studio Fizbin tells the story of Anna, who finds herself all alone in the later stages of her life. Like most people as they age, Anna ponders whether she lived her life the right way, and thus you are tasked with helping her to construct her memories via a collection of puzzles and minigames in an attempt to answer that undeniably important question.
Lost at Sea takes place across an island that features a multitude of biomes, each representing a different time and place in Anna’s life. As you solve puzzles and piece together her memories, you also help her to overcome her looming fears and depression that aims to hold her back from experiencing a peaceful future. This is very much Anna’s tale at heart, but the game’s focus on being relatable leaves room for you to absorb and apply the emotional beats to your own life.
If you’re a fan of Studio Fizbin’s The Inner World franchise or simply enjoy a good story-based adventure title, you’ll want to take a look at Lost at Sea. You can grab it now on current-gen consoles or PC and get right to exploring the island and solving the mysteries of Anna’s past.