FreudBot is available as a free download from the Windows App Store.
Main features of FreudBot for Windows 8 and Windows 8.1:
When you install and launch FreudBot on your Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 device, you will be presented with the main interface of the game which is as shown in the above screenshot.
In the above screen, you can choose to start a new game, access the game’s options, or choose to view the game’s credits. When you click on the Play button, you will be taken to the level selection screen. Initially, only the first level is available to be played, but as you progress through the levels, you unlock more levels. The game is based on the days in the life of a person, starting from Monday, all the way up to Sunday. The level selection screen resembles the below screenshot.
Once you select a day, you will be taken to the next screen of the game which is as shown in the below screenshot. This basically details the storyline of the game, and is in the form of a comic strip. There is a different comic strip for different days. You can swipe to reveal the next frame of the comic, or you can click and drag your mouse to perform the same action.
When you have skipped through the comic strip, you will be taken to the gameplay screen itself where you will be able to battle against your opponents who are none other than the people that you would have to deal with in your daily life. The first level is your battle against your boss. The gameplay screen shows the various meters at the left side of the screen, and the available cards that you can use to counter your opponent’s attacks at the bottom of the screen. You can see so in the below screenshot.
You can pause the game at any time by clicking on the Pause button at the top right corner of the screen, and you can see your remaining moves at the top left. You can see your doubt and aggression meter at the left side of the screen, and your goal is to survive a total of 10 moves without either of these meters hitting a peak of 40 as that’s when you will have a nervous breakdown. Freud Bot can be seen in the above screenshot at the center, and the game’s main character which you play as can be seen at the left. You can select a card by clicking on it from the available cards, and you can then click on the OK button at the center of the screen to use that card. You get a choice of three cards that you can choose from for each move. When you successfully survive a level, you will be shown your score at the end, as can be seen below.
This basically concludes the main features and the brief how to on playing the FreudBot game on your Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 device.
FreudBot is a pretty well designed game which makes for a great download for Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 devices because of its incredibly cute graphics which make the game look like it came alive straight from a comic, and moreover, the game’s concept is something which is new on the App Store. It’s good to see developers bringing something new to the table, and FreudBot is a shining example of this. The game is free, and the best part is that it supports touch as well as non touch screen devices!
I rate the game a 5 out of 5!