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Please post your REVIEWS for FreudBot here

[Post New]by bfgBellerophon on Jun 8, 15 6:13 AM
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Re:Please post your REVIEWS for FreudBot here

[Post New]by BrentParis on Jun 9, 15 12:08 AM
Is it my imagination, or has every non-HOG game been a port from an iOS or Android device?

Are they not making any more direct game for the PC anymore?

As for this particular game, I thought the idea for this game was clever, the implementation was not.

It's simple to the point of being brainless and gets monotonous fast.

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Re:Please post your REVIEWS for FreudBot here

[Post New]by mikul on Jun 10, 15 2:29 AM
Okay, here's the game: you are faced with a situation that causes you psychic distress. Freudbot, your semi-criminal analyst, suggests you fight back. There are several different categories of distress and these increase as you move up in levels. Your adversary (your girlfriend, your mother, your boss, hooligans, etc.) hits you with distress, with different amounts of negativity for each category, You can reply with the cards that are dealt (this is a card/board game) which offer different counters for each category. Your object is to win through the specified number of rounds without going through some kind of psychic meltdown. Okay? Early on, if you are any kind of game-player, you will respond with the card that has the greatest number of counters in total. This strategy will have to be adjusted when you are dealt cards of equal total value. Later, you will have to make some decisions based on the adversary's strategy and not necessarily play the largest total.
So this is combat solitaire (or something like that) and if that appeals to you, then try the game. The situations are sometimes amusing, but anyone with any kind of interpersonal relationship training will object to the constant Be Aggressive stance of the game (which is, after all, combat). Do not think that this game has anything to do with real life personality development! Fun? For some, not me.

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