First off, “Forgotton” is not a typo, and that’s relatively low on the weirdness scale in this stunning narrative-driven platformer. Secondly, if you’ve ever wished for a game set in the world of a Studio Ghibli film, Forgotton Anne is probably about as close as you’re going to get.
Anne herself is an Enforcer (a cop of sorts), and she’s one of only two humans living in a realm where all forgotten things end up when they’re lost. The citizens of this place consist of everything from talking guns to bartending refrigerators, and Anne leaps among them with some occasionally awkward platforming.
Good thing, then, that telling a good story is always the chief focus here. Anne can’t die, and she doesn’t even have a health bar. Even so, you’ll find few other games on the iOS App Store with so much heart.