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* AfterCombatRecovery: In "Friend's Quest", HitPoints are restored to full after every battle.
* AllLowercaseLetters: The minigame, ''Friend's Quest'', is like this, item names, windows, FlavorText, etc.



* AllLowercaseLetters: The minigame, ''Friend's Quest'', is like this, item names, windows, FlavorText, etc.



* HitPoints: Called HP, and they appear in Friend Quest, and are refilled after every battle, even on a loss.

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* HitPoints: Called HP, and they appear in Friend Quest, and are [[AfterCombatRecovery refilled after every battle, battle]], even on a loss.

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* AlphabeticalThemeNaming: The player characters in order of easiest to hardest is Alf, Bees, Z, and Dea, a.k.a A, B, C and D, but twisted.


** The TenuouslyConnectedFlavorText of the Rose Ring is one to ''Manga/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'', as a reference to the Rose Signets, and "grants you the power to bring world revolution".

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** The TenuouslyConnectedFlavorText of the Rose Ring is one to ''Manga/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'', ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'', as a reference to the Rose Signets, and "grants you the power to bring world revolution".


The game is currently available on both [[https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/psycard/id1078267846?mt=8 iOS]] and [[https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.Ludosity.PsyCard&hl=en Android]]



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The game is currently available on both [[https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/psycard/id1078267846?mt=8 iOS]] and [[https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.Ludosity.PsyCard&hl=en Android]]


Android]].


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* OnlyOneSaveFile: Because it's a mobile game so space is at a premium, and only used by one person. And there's progressive unlocks without any reason to time travel backwards, since replaying the game is relatively short and easy.


** Rose Ring's:
---> "grants you the power to bring world revolution"



** The FlavorText of the Rose Ring is one to ''Manga/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'', as a reference to the Rose Signets, and "grants you the power to bring world revolution".

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** The FlavorText TenuouslyConnectedFlavorText of the Rose Ring is one to ''Manga/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'', as a reference to the Rose Signets, and "grants you the power to bring world revolution".


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* TenuouslyConnectedFlavorText: From ''Friend's Quest'', the "rose ring", talking about "world revolution" when the known world's just a maze, with no system of government or anything, until the FinalBoss, and the only known ruler, King Ur, is finally seen. It's primarily a ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'' reference:
--> "grants you the power to bring world revolution"


* FamilyThemeNaming: Bees and Wasp are siblings, both named for members of the Apocrita family of insects.



* FamilyThemeNaming: Bees and Wasp are siblings, both named for members of the Apocrita family of insects.


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** hot rock + hot rock = rock candy
** self + loaf = self-loofing


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** lickystick:
---> meld with self to increase mp by 1!

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* PowerDyesYourHair: Well, technically a depower. In ''Friend's Quest'', melding the "self" with a "loaf", results in "self-loofing", with green hair, and "you feel miserable", along with a decrease in all stats by one, from base "self".


* CargoShip: From ''Friend's Quest'', the "hot rock" and its FlavorText:
--> strangely attractive, for a rock.



* RareCandy: Multiple types:
** The candies of ''Friend's Quest''. "rock candy" and "candy" both say:
---> meld with self to increase hp by 2!
** "psycho star", which can be melded with the "self":
---> known to increase one's psycho power.



classic starter weapon.

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classic starter weapon.\\


''[=PsyCard=]'' is a VideoGame/{{Minesweeper}}-like game set in a "cozy cyberpunk dystopia" created by Creator/{{Ludosity}}. (The same people behind ''VideoGame/IttleDew'' and ''VideoGame/CardCityNights'') You are one of four friends freeloading it up on your rich {{cyborg}} friend's couch. She wants you out... once in a while, you can still sleep there and since your rather enamored with this [[NameDrop PsyCard]] game on TV, maybe you can do that as a hobby. Using your awesome psychic powers (which you somehow have and are, apparently, ONLY useful for playing [=PsyCard=]) you'll climb through the ranks, playing from tourney to tourney, in the hope that you'll make it to the Grand Tournament, because... [[ExcusePlot you really have nothing better to do.]]

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''[=PsyCard=]'' is a VideoGame/{{Minesweeper}}-like game set in a "cozy cyberpunk dystopia" created by Creator/{{Ludosity}}. (The same people behind ''VideoGame/IttleDew'' and ''VideoGame/CardCityNights'') You are one of four friends freeloading it up on your rich {{cyborg}} friend's couch. She wants you out... once in a while, you can still sleep there and since your rather enamored with this [[NameDrop PsyCard]] game on TV, maybe you can do that as a hobby. Using your awesome psychic powers (which you somehow have and are, apparently, ONLY useful for playing [=PsyCard=]) you'll climb through the ranks, playing from tourney to tourney, in the hope that you'll make it to the Grand Tournament, because... [[ExcusePlot you really have nothing better to do.]]



[ok] [good]\\

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[ok] [good]\\[good]


NeedsWikiMagicLove

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NeedsWikiMagicLove


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* StationaryEnemy: PreexistingEncounters in the ''Friend's Quest'', the FauxFirstPerson3D-type {{Minigame}}. The corridors aren't wide enough to go around them, but some can be skipped.


* ButThouMust: The beginning of the ''Friend's Quest'' {{minigame}}, which opens with a warning message and two options that do the same thing:
--> warning!\\
your 4 friends have been stolen by vagabonds!\\
[ok] [good]\\



* ShoutOut: The FlavorText of the Rose Ring of Friend Quest is one to ''Manga/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'', as a reference to the Rose Signets, and "grants you the power to bring world revolution".

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* ShoutOut: Mainly in ''Friend's Quest'':
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The FlavorText of the Rose Ring of Friend Quest is one to ''Manga/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'', as a reference to the Rose Signets, and "grants you the power to bring world revolution".revolution".
** The ones that are wallpapers:
*** ''VideoGame/CardCityNights1'' StartScreen
*** ''VideoGame/IttleDew1'' StartScreen
*** ''VideoGame/IttleDew2'' Tiled pictures of Ittle lying on Tippsie with a skull.


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* StarterEquipment: From ''Friend's Quest'', as it says:
--> knife.\\
classic starter weapon.
+2 atk


* AlwaysNight: When Blunda appears, and says "G'morning", when "its the middle of the night", she responds that:
"it always is here, isn't it.", then someone mentions "some sunlight" breaking through a few days ago.

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* AlwaysNight: When Blunda appears, and says "G'morning", when "its the middle of the night", she responds that:
that: "it always is here, isn't it.", then someone mentions "some sunlight" breaking through a few days ago.


''[=PsyCard=]'' is a VideoGame/{{Minesweeper}}-like game set in a "cozy cyberpunk dystopia" created by Creator/{{Ludosity}}. (The same people behind VideoGame/IttleDew and VideoGame/CardCityNights) You are one of four friends freeloading it up on your rich {{cyborg}} friend's couch. She wants you out... once in a while, you can still sleep there and since your rather enamored with this [[NameDrop PsyCard]] game on TV, maybe you can do that as a hobby. Using your awesome psychic powers (which you somehow have and are, apparently, ONLY useful for playing [=PsyCard=]) you'll climb through the ranks, playing from tourney to tourney, in the hope that you'll make it to the Grand Tournament, because... [[ExcusePlot you really have nothing better to do.]]

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''[=PsyCard=]'' is a VideoGame/{{Minesweeper}}-like game set in a "cozy cyberpunk dystopia" created by Creator/{{Ludosity}}. (The same people behind VideoGame/IttleDew ''VideoGame/IttleDew'' and VideoGame/CardCityNights) ''VideoGame/CardCityNights'') You are one of four friends freeloading it up on your rich {{cyborg}} friend's couch. She wants you out... once in a while, you can still sleep there and since your rather enamored with this [[NameDrop PsyCard]] game on TV, maybe you can do that as a hobby. Using your awesome psychic powers (which you somehow have and are, apparently, ONLY useful for playing [=PsyCard=]) you'll climb through the ranks, playing from tourney to tourney, in the hope that you'll make it to the Grand Tournament, because... [[ExcusePlot you really have nothing better to do.]]

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