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Patch Me Up

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You're the only stationed medic for miles in a barren land with an increasingly hostile environment. 

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You don't get out much, but occasional patients bring news from the outside, and even from the view of your window you can tell that your world is changing dramatically and soon the land you call home will be unrecognizable. 

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Will you remain at your post or retreat to safety? 'Patch Me Up' is a point-and-click "dress-up" game in which you fidget with your radio, tend to your patients and gaze out your window as entropy lurks on the horizon.

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Programming Music Design : Robin Beaurepaire

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Art Design : Kristian Spears

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lovely

Really liked this game

Simple, but interesting. Short enough for a nice experience.

great game

Pretty cool and moody game! I got pretty sucked into the story and enjoyed the weird, depressing trip it sent me down as I chit-chatted with the patients while the storm loomed in. However, I really wish the story would unfold in different ways depending on how you act. Choosing whether or not to answer the door, choosing how to patch the people effectively, looking out the window, messing with the radio, and so on: I really wish these actions could somehow effect the story in some manner to let the player express their opinion on how they take the situation. Perhaps patients would act differently and make different decisions based on treatments. Does the player give up or do they love and pay attention to their patients? It's not necessarily bad that the game only goes one way, however, and it is actually a bit poignant to see that your patch ups don't have any effect at all to give a feeling of helplessness. Basically, it's very interesting and really makes me think, haha.