Diagnose me

Do you judge people too fast? Giving random psychological diagnoses to people who behave differently from what you are used to? Do you think you know a lot about psychological disorders? Are you all about rating people and companies? Giving out stars ratings like anybody is going to see and is interested in your review? Like it matters? Yes? Then this is the game for you!

Diagnose me: The card game box content, 2018

How to play:

1: Place the symptom cards on the table with the back of the cards up.

2: Decide who plays as the patient and who plays as the psychiatrist. You can take turns on the roles or decide to be the patient or the psychiatrist the entire length of the game.

3: Put 5 play coins on the table.

4: The patient grabs a card from the symptom card pile, on the top side of this card you see the disorder of the symptoms written beneath. Do not say the disorder out loud. It is for the psychiatrist to figure out the disorder.

5: On each symptom card there are written six symptoms. The patient reads one symptom at the time, giving the psychiatrist the time to respond.

6: Based on the symptom(s) the patient has can be given a name of the disorder by the psychiatrist.

7: the psychiatrist has 6 turns to give his/her diagnosis, when giving a wrong diagnosis all of the coins go to the patient, meaning the psychiatrist is not good at his/her job.

8: The psychiatrist has two choices when a symptom is named, he or she can; Guess the right disorder or ask for another symptom, however every time the patient reveals a new symptom one of the coins goes to the patient.

9: The psychiatrist gets the first symptom for free, asking for the second symptom will not cost him/her a coin.

10: When the psychiatrist guessed the right disorder the coins on the table go to him/her. When the psychiatrist guesses the right disorder from the first or the second symptom he/she gets 5 coins, a 5 star rating, But did the psychiatrist guess the right disorder later on then that will be his rating, giving the psychiatrist the remaining coins on the table.

11: Every time a new symptom card is pulled a new round starts, therefore there must be placed 5 coins on the table per round.

12: The game is over when there are no more coins left.

13: The game is won by the person whoever has the most coins (The highest rating).

And last of all, don’t make assumptions too fast, mant disorders can have similar symptoms

Content:

This game contains:

  • 1 Diagnosis card, containing all of the names of the disorders in the game.
  • 115 play coins (keep away from children under the age of 3).
  • 94 symptom cards.

Disclaimer:

Diagnose me: The card game is intended purely for entertainment purpose. Do not use this game to diagnose yourself or others. If you suffer from psychological issues, please contact a professional.

The diagnoses and their symptoms named in Diagnose me: the card game can differ per disorder, not everyone suffering a specific disorder suffers from all the symptoms. The diagnoses are researched by using the DSM V and experiences of persons suffering mental disorders. Do not feel offended if you or someone in your surroundings suffers from a mental disorder and you/they don’t suffer from all the symptoms written on the cards, each disorder works out in a different way per person.

Diagnose me: The card game can be outdated over time, since there is still research going about mental disorders and their symptoms.

The recommended age of Diagnose me: The card game is 12 years and older because of possible vulgar or obscenity use of language in the game.

The maker of Diagnose me: The card game is not to be held responsible for paper cuts.