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A cyber psychiatrist simulator

You are Keira J. Gibson, a remote psychiatrist at the S.C.A. (Serious Case Analysis) unit.

In your daily shift you solve cases of mentally disturbed patients.

You're able to do so by using the Psychomancer O.S. to prescribe them the correct therapy.

Today there are seven cases on your list.

Your task is fulfilled when, checking the therapy effects, all of your patients show improvements.

Remember: an extensive medical archive is at your complete disposal.


- Realistic crt screen feeling

- Immersive dystopian soundscape

- Classical cyberpunk sound FX

- Authentic pharmacopoeia

Please, while this game is free, consider a donation tip when downloading it.

Behind those bytes there's a real person who cares for you and your entertainment.

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Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars
(18 total ratings)
AuthorAndrea Pignataro
Tags2D, Atmospheric, Cyberpunk, Dark, Dystopian, Experimental, Female Protagonist, Futuristic, Sci-fi, weird
Average sessionAbout a half-hour
LinksTwitter, Patreon


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Click download now to get access to the following files:

Psychomancer.exe 1 MB


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This was amazing! I've never played anything quite like this before. It really felt like I was treating people in the far-off future, and it was great! By the way, were the treatments in this game real, or did you come up with them yourself?


Glad you liked it! 👍 The atmospheric intention was exactly the one you felt. And yes, those treatments are all real.




I think this is an neat game, though I am having problems playing it, as it wants to be in a small window on a black background. Is there anyway to make this game take up more of my screen?


The game's supposed to run fullscreen (as it always did 'til now), so I really don't know what may cause you this specific issue.

An advise would be to directly run the file .exe you download without manually extracting anything from it (in fact, it has a fullscreen expander embedded in the sfx package).

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Thank you! 😊✌️