Best Online Game: Treat Psycho Toys at German Looney Bin

Posted: December 6, 2009 by Katie in SAGE -- editor's picks
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Screw Farmville. Parapluesch.de gives users an addictive game that’s as adorable as it is twisted. The game introduces five stuffed animals who inhabit The Asylum, a psychiatric clinic for abused cuddly toys. Users must cure the toys through treatments like dream analyses, music therapy, drugs, and even electro shock. Leave it to the Germans to come up with a game like this.

Dolly sheep from paraplueschDolly the Sheep

Dolly suffers from the delusion that she is a wolf or dog. Dr. Kindermann explains this may be a symptom of an inferiority complex. Occasionally her inner-wolf will literally burst out of her tummy.

Kroko the Crocodilekroko crocodile from parapluesch

Kroko initially hides in his “Croko Crispies” cereal box, and later anxiously clings to a pillow. Kindermann says that his “hypersensitive hallucinatory perception is a symptom of a paranoid psychosis.”

dub turtle from paraplueschDub the Turtle

Poor Dub obsessively exercises. He told doctors he had to keep training to stay fit as a “high performance turtle.” He was brought in by the owner of a 24-hour health club after he found Dub training on the same treadmill nonstop for 3 weeks.

Lilo the Hippolilo hippo from parapluesch

He has been trying to solve a wooden jigsaw puzzle for the past few months without success. Kindermann says he is “so absorbed in this repetitive activity that he is unaware of his surroundings most of the time.”

Sly snake from paraplueschSly the Snake

A truck driver brought Sly into the asylum after he found him completely tied in knots in a ditch. He suffers from paranoid delusions, often mistaking his tail for an imaginary partner.

~Katie Allyn

Comments
  1. Ray says:

    There’s nothing quite as satisfying as drugging a stuffed animal.

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