A downloadable assessment test for Windows

The Assessment

Thank you for trying out our free first session for your future therapy and agreeing to try out our in-development new form of psychological analysis - directly from your device at home! 

For future diagnosis, please fill out the paper sheets and this questionnaire until the next session. If you find any bugs in our assessment test application, feel free to contact our team so we can adjust the application and thus help future patients!


Behind the scenes

This is my first full game, developed while I was on sick leave for two weeks and finished for the FFS Jam. English also is not my main language, so please bear with me while I fix typos and bugs - feel free to note them in the comments, though! Any feedback is highly appreciated. 

All sounds, images and fonts used for the project are named in the credits of the game.

The game currently is playable in English, German, French and Italian.

Content Warning

If you are easily triggered by general creepy stuff or mentioning of psychological abuse, please avoid this game. There are flashing images.


If you like what I do please consider donating a coffee for a buck!


Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(4 total ratings)
GenreInteractive Fiction
Made withUnity
TagsCreepy, Dark, Mental Health, Pixel Art, Psychological Horror, Retro, Text based, Thriller
Average sessionAbout a half-hour
LanguagesGerman, English, French, Italian


PAT_v1_0_5.exe 54 MB
PAT_v1_0_5.zip 54 MB

Install instructions

The .exe file you download here  will ask for a place where you want to unzip the folder. It is recommended to use a place where you can easily find it again. Inside the folder is the PAT_v1_0.exe file, that will open the actual application. 

To quit the application, use ESC or the X in the upper right corner when available. The game is working with mouse input. It does not store any personal data or otherwise.

To uninstall just delete the folder.

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woah! got curious after i saw this in the last indiepocalypse because the premise sounded a lot like a game i'm currently working on myself, and i'm glad i clicked! really cool glitchy effects, and i love the look of the interface


Brilliant work!! The first set of questions are common, but the second set of questions get more personal. It really you feel like you are being being dragged into a bad place.

I was genuinely afraid of a realistic image jumpscare the entire time. (thanks for not including it :P).

The part where it says that you should take a break before/after proceeding is a nice trick to creates a lot of suspense. Well done.


Haha, thank you so much for playing and no, I would never do jumpscares, I find them somewhat cheap when you have so many more ways to build up tension and creepyness! I’m really glad you enjoyed it! <3