Sara is Missing simulates you finding a lost phone and assisting the phone's AI (suspend that disbelief) to help locate Sara, whose last video seems to indicate that she's being menaced. You're basically solving a pretty easy series of tasks, so the fun is in the setting, not really the gameplay, as is the norm usually for horror games. It's not hideously scary, but there's a definite creep of a feeling. The phone itself is pretty well done and it feels like it is someone's actual phone and you're being a voyeur. So kudos for that. I don't want to be harsh on a game that you can get for free and is short (and by short: like 30 minutes short), so if you like horror experiences, check it out. But if you don't, you're not horribly missing out.