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RING THE BELL, MEET THE PATIENTS. Step into the role of the Wunderdoktor, a traveling doctor whose daily work is to cure rare and exotic diseases. Explore a world full of quackery, ghosts and addictive potions. FEATURES: Your own private medical stone gargoyle assistant. Meet mysteriously beaked potion sellers and quacks. Harvest berry pimples & kobold eggs. Treat arachnocough & find a cure for ghostly maladies. Scoop out the innards of clams growing on criminal sharks.
Note: I received a key from the developers before the release of the game and was allowed to watch the game in advance. br>
Worum is this game?The player takes on the role of the miracle doctor. (as was easy to guess) and drives through the country... with his strange vehicle. The primary task is to free the population, plagued by all kinds of strange diseases, from their suffering. No, this does not mean active euthanasia! You're supposed to cure people. . . so really ^^
We are supported by 'Stein', a funny little helper, who really enjoys that we honor the 'Oath of Hippocrates' in our role. A representative of the company Quack Co. , a rip-off company (probably based on the pharmaceutical industry), which floods the country with a multitude of alleged healing potions (including side effects), comes on the scene as an opponent. The player also has the task of finding ingredients for a secret recipe for a magic potion. . . more will not be revealed at this point. The game is very linear. If the treatment of a patient fails, it can be repeated. The challenge is to heal the suffering of patients under a certain time pressure. It was relatively simple at first, but more challenging and interesting as the game progresses. The game is in English, but according to the developers it is conceivable that more languages might be added in 2018. For the few Eurons that the game costs, one can certainly spend some entertaining hours, in my opinion a nice game for in between.
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