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Uploaded on Feb 28, 2010
Original Air Date: June 12th, 2009
Continuing where we left off, Click Medic is a rather intriguing game. The general idea is to diagnose patients and heal what ails them, but it's how you go about it that is strange. It's called "Click" Medic for a reason. First of all, the game is more or less entirely menu-driven. You can move to designated spots in the hospital and chat with other employees, but the bulk of the game takes place inside of a patient's room and inside the VB machine.
You must first gather information and trust from the patient, who naturally has their own anxiety about being in a hospital. When you've learned what you need to know, you can proceed to operate on them. The VB machine is a large device that can be armed with various medical antibodies with their own characteristics and way of stoping the spread of infections. Of course, you can't get this inside of a human, so it must first be shrunk to microscopic size. From there, you travel throughout the body of the patient and document different abnormalities with the patient.
You'll be aided by your cheerful VB support technician (assistant), Motoko Nanao, who can help you if you get stuck or need to abort an operation. You'll get a HUGE wall of Japanese text with keywords in different colors that allude to different points of reference and such throughout the body. You won't be able to access some areas without first making a discovery at another point in the body. Of course, it's not that simple. You have four things you need to be mindful of. While you can reach your destination in different ways, how you go about doing it makes a big difference.
Making certain decisions will affect your life, the patient's body temperature (measured in Celsius), the patient's blood pressure and heart rate, and the VB's energy. If you run out of Life or Energy, you'll lose. If the patient's levels become too abnormal, you'll also lose. Going through different paths may apply strain to the patient's body or make them reel in pain. If you're new to the game, you may have to abort missions a few times while taking notes of the pathes you traveled and offer the patient some antibiotics to stabilize their condition.
Once you've found what you're looking for, which is typically a malignant virus (or "Bacrus"), you'll have to engage it in combat. Besides the art style clearly resembling Pokemon, you'll notice some of the music does too! To fight a virus, you need to strategically position your antibodies. In the beginning, you'll only start with Heatla (Red), Zoltan (Green) and Neblus (Blue), but you'll get more as you progress. Each antibody has different characteristics.
Heatla is aggressive and goes after infections. Zoltan is more of a defensive antibody. It makes a wall to prevent viruses from attacking your buddies and the patient's nervous system. Neblus is like a combination of the two, but not as useful as the others. Defeat the virus and move on to the next stage of operations. Enjoy.