Sorry if I’m bugging you with suggestions, but this is fun for me!
It could be the once-very-popular TADS game Glowgrass, in which the character is an archaeologist exploring 21st century earth (and finds things such as frisbees and skycars):
Neural transfer. A technology only crudely developed by the Ancients, but the potential would have been in place. Is it possible this girl was desperate enough to risk a full-mind simulation? To copy her entire soul to a machine?
Or possibly, one of my favorite games of all time, Deadline Enchanter , a bizarre, surreal game where the narrator is some sort of uploaded consciousness sent to you as a message. It includes weird lines like:
I will Implement one person. For “local color.” Quick–do you see him?
Listen. This will happen. This will really happen. Do not assume that this is a “phantasm of the implementation.” You step to the edge of the hole and fall down. Off. Into the emptiness. The drawing burns in your hands, but you hold on, because there is nothing else to hold onto.