Brighton, Massachusetts – Game Developer Metaversal Studios is excited to announce that their popular entertainment app, “Heal Me!”, is now available for Android. It’s a gruesomely fun app that is sure to catch people’s attention.
Created as the spiritual successor to “Shave Me!”, their enormously popular Android app, the studio is confident that with “Heal Me!” fans will put down the shaving cream and razors and pick up the hydrogen peroxide and bandages.
“With Heal Me!, not only can players turn their photos into hilariously gross first-aid catastrophes, but they’ll have a blast doing so.” Said Gavin Allen, Metaversal's Producer.
“With gameplay that will be familiar to Shave Me! fans but equally entertaining to newcomers, we’re very excited to share it with everyone!”
The studio has included the ability to add injuries and ailments to any picture a player chooses. They can take a picture in-app or choose from a list of wacky patients, ranging from a surfer dude to a bloodthirsty vampire. There are also premium injury sets, and portraits, available as in-app purchases. Healing a zombie named “Walking Ted” is both horrific and devilishly fun.
Players can share pre and post-Heal pictures on Twitter and Facebook, which is one of the more popular features found in “Heal Me!”. “Exercising your first-aid chops on a screen of skin is one thing, but sharing a comically over-bandaged rendition of your best friend’s face for all to see? That’s priceless.”
With this Android release, Metaversal Studios has focused on delivering a product that is both endlessly entertainingly, comically gross and a product that has full feature parity with the original iOS version. Android devices can now become a landscape of skin that acts as a playing field for healing a variety of nasty user created injuries and ailments.
Players are given a variety of tools to heal the likes of burns, cuts, frostbite and rashes, as they are given the task of choosing the right disinfecting tools and bandages to accurately finish the job. Alternately, players can take a darker path and choose to not sew up cuts, poke bruises and pop blisters to see what the negative results will be.
“Heal Me! really lets the player’s creativity run wild with a wide variety of first aid options; will you treat that cut with some peroxide, or roll the dice and see what spray cheese does to it? There’s no right answers, but every choice leads to comedy that’s so gross you just have to show it off!”
With both healing and harming tools (laser beam and super glue), at the player’s disposal, “Heal Me!” is a FREE comical and cringe-worthy sandbox of morality and malpractice that Metaversal Studios is proud to have finally unleashed onto the Google Play store.
Heal Me! Google Play Download
Heal Me! Android Trailer
Heal Me! Webpage
Heal Me! Facebook Page