Nostalgia sells, and Emily Is Away Too is selling it, again. The bing of AOL Instant Messenger loading up, the door-opening creak of a friend logging on (or a special sound for your crush)—the facets of our youth that live on in outdated software are re-livable in the upcoming 2017 sequel to interactive fiction title Emily Is Away. The game’s 2015 rendition is now available for free on Steam.


Senior reporter at Kotaku.

Share This Story

Get our newsletter



I graduated high school back in 08 and this does nothing for me. Was this that far back that I missed it by being born 1990 or is it just me because I’m the kind of person who doesn’t have a Facebook?