A ship lost at sea and time traveling!
In Lost in time you play as an (un)fortunate lady called Doralice, who, while investigating an old ship lost at sea, suddenly begins to feel it move. However, while that might not be as strange, the game also takes her back in time, from her 1992 reality to the 1942. From there on it's a mish mash of real world factoids (the discovery of the Americium elements, for instance) and loads of other ideas, such as alien invasions, world organizations that actually decide the fate of history and much more. All in all, all of those strands create a very unique and weird story, sprinkled with puzzles (that unfortunately are not even close to the originality of the plot!) and with lots of (most poorly realized) dialogue. It's a strange game at best, but for the most part, when not on the brink of broken, it's a game that just doesn't work, just gets lost in a sea of half baked ideas. Plus, the live actors employed in the game are at best funny, when not just horrible. But, poor actors, with such a script I don't think anyone would have been able to bring these lines to life better (nope, they're bad actors too!). So, unless you have a love for broken (but playable!) games, you should definitely steer clear of this one! Rather download Fahrenheit, which, while weird is nonetheless fun enough and playable, and at its lowest at least sufferable!