Finn in 1989, from indie developer Deeper Games, is a love letter to the 80s – a text-based interactive story of survival against all odds, where Lifeline and Stranger Things cross. Finn in 1989 is a deep, immersive story of survival and friendship, loaded with 80s pop culture references. If you’re a fan of Ready Player One, Back to the Future, Dune, or even stayed up late playing Nintendo, you’ll fall in love with this piece of nostalgic interactive fiction.
A young boy, Finnegan Ripley from Redwood Valley, discovers he’s lost with only his BMX, backpack and a walkie-talkie.
The strange thing is, he’s been missing for 30 years.
Created and written by David Cordis (Plants vs. Zombies Heroes and Squids From Space), Finn in 1989 weaves a gripping interactive story of a young boy’s unsolved disappearance. Help Finn solve the mystery by working with the only person who can communicate with him – you.
Available now from the App Store.