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ABOUT

[Made for Global Game Jam 2020]

Dr. Emoji is a small atmospheric non-serious game where you play as a therapist and it's your job to help your patients with their unique issues, but there's a small twist...


All of the dialogue is written with emojis. That leaves quite a bit of room for interpretation which makes the therapy session a bit more complex. It's up to you interpret the emojis, give it your best guess and get the thumbs-ups as a reward!


UPDATE 1.0.6

Fixed scores not saving properly for all patients
Adjusted some of the audio clips for better game experience

GAME CONTROLS

PC:

Use the mouse left-click to select your replies.

DOWNLOAD & INSTALL INSTRUCTIONS:

PC: 

Download and extract the zip file, then run Dr. Emoji.exe

OUTSOURCED

MUSIC

Main track: Jussi Elsilä

SFX:  Freesound

ANIMATIONS

Character animations: Mixamo

Updated 13 days ago
Published 19 days ago
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows
Rating
(3)
AuthorVainary
GenrePuzzle
Tags3D, Atmospheric, Casual, Experimental, Global Game Jam 2020, Global Game Jam, Isometric, Low-poly, Singleplayer, Unity
Average sessionA few minutes
InputsMouse
AccessibilityTextless

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Dr. Emoji v1.0.6 (Windows) 29 MB

Development log

Comments

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Very cool game! I am delighted with what I saw! I learned how to describe emojis thanks to your game.

Thanks for the feedback, we're glad you liked the game :)

Fun game! I like the concept and graphics, it put my emoji reading skills to the test. I might have ran into a glitch when achieving 4 Thumbs Up.

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Thank you so much for playing and making a video for it, omg! We could put so many heart emojis here, but you're probably all emoji'd out by now.

There seems indeed to be a glitch for the scores, we have a couple of ideas what it might be. Btw, awesome getting four thumbsup! Even our devs couldn't get that high in some testing, lol.

But we loved your commentary throughout the game! Even though you seemed very confused about their emojis at times, you did in fact very well grasp the jist of their problems.

Right now we're burned out from the GGJ, but that glitch is an easy fix. Thanks for bringing it to our attention!