Introducing eQuoo, an EVIDENCE-BASED and captivating interactive game that increases your emotional fitness and teaches you new psychological skills, helping you level up in real life.

Become a master people person by learning tips and tricks about emotion and effective communication. Our clinical trial showed that a level a week builds resilience, boosts relationship skills, supercharges your personal development AND lowers anxiety! These key skills will help you take control of your life, maintain your mental health and achieve success in work and relationships. Put your newfound knowledge to the test in engaging mini-games designed to help you understand your personality and identify your areas for growth and personal development. Download now for free!

What’s New

Version 3.5.0

- Minor fixes to the text and UI
- Removed chatbot

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
377 Ratings

377 Ratings

Aliamountai ,

A calming app

I've just began the app about fifteen minutes ago, I am not diagnosed with anything due to the prices of getting evaluated, but I've battled with anxiety, derealization, depression, and trauma; all things I've recovered from so far. With that being said, I worry about my mental health pretty often, but playing this helps me realize I am in a better mental place than I give myself credit for based off of the choices I make. If for some reason it doesn't help relieve concern for anyone else, it helps distract your mind from unwanted thoughts by having you read and make decisions.

jasmynne1997 ,

Hard to play

This game is currently very hard to play. I haven’t seen any reviews mentioning this so I’m curious if it’s just me, but in the skills part when the stick figure drawings pop up, they cover the words, and I don’t see any way to move or remove them. Same for when I get to the story. I’ve only done the first one ad of writing this, and in the story, not only did their facial icons block part of the words, but later when you’re playing for sounds, and showing off your skills, there’s also a people question mark and text box that blocks even more of what you need to read to base your answers off of. I want to like this game, I want to continue to play this game, but I can’t even read the dialogue or what I’m being taught and/or asked.

namenittakenright9584 ,

This was okay

I’m not sure what age group this is geared towards. I am 24 but this was recommended for me. The game was very easy. The questions were “what do you think they should say” etc. of course, I answered based on what I know SHOULD be said. When you go to my profile, it says I not am anxious person and that I’m “the life of the part”. None of those things are true. I just know how things should already be. I don’t think my results actually reflected how I am as a person. I do have bad anxiety. This game does give good tips on beating negative thoughts and how to turn them around. I think this is suited for people who have a hard time knowing what they should. I have a hard time putting things into action that should be done. So I don’t think this was meant for me

Developer Response ,

Thank you, this is helpful feedback. There are 2 types of questions in the game: personality questions and skill questions. The personality questions are supposed to be answered in a way the player would answer in real life. We have a pop up explaining that when a player onboards, but that may not be clear enough. Unfortunately, there is a bias in society towards extraversion, so I can see how you may have understood that the task was to answer a personality question in a way you think is 'right' - of course, you get incorrect feedback about your personality then. We are currently working on the next version and looking into making the distinction between the personality questions (which are just there for feedback to do not have an evaluating character) and the skill questions (that are there to show if the player has understood the concept and is implementing it correctly) much clearer. If you would like more information or to give us more feedback, please do: Stay safe, Silja Litvin (Founder and CEO)

App Privacy

The developer, PsycApps Ltd, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Health & Fitness
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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