Being a doctor is no easy job, and that’s particularly true of Foot Clinic – ASMR Feet Care. This challenging new mobile puzzler sees you take charge of your very own foot clinic, and tasks you with treating, popping, and manicuring your patient’s feet, no matter how gruesome. Trust us, it gets pretty gruesome. You haven’t seen true horror until you’ve popped a giant blister with a scalpel.
The worst part isn’t the visuals though; it’s the sound. Foot Clinic immerses you with gritty and sloppy ASMR sounds, which bring the horrific on-screen visuals to life in the worst manner possible. But it’s all worth it, because, once you treat your patient’s, quite frankly disgusting, feet, you earn some money that you can spend on decorating your practice.
And we want to help you maximise your profits and spend them efficiently so you have some nice surroundings to look at rather than feet. So we’ve put this guide together to help you with just that. We’ll detail how the game works, explain what ASMR is, and then run you through a bunch of tips, tricks, and cheats to improve your practice.
Everything in our Foot Clinic – ASMR Feet Care guide:
Foot Clinic is only available on iOS, and you can download it via the App Store, and is not available on Android either via Google Play or APK. However, there are plenty of similar foot doctor games on Android if you have a craving for pedicures.
ASMR stands for ‘autonomous sensory meridian response’. It is the technical term for enjoying certain sounds. Foot Clinic uses a variety of sounds for each tool at your disposal to immerse you in the world of foot cleaning. The sound is designed to instill pleasure in the gruesome work of bunion removing and verruca popping.
Now that you understand how Foot Clinic works, let’s take a look at some more specific tips and tricks to improve your practice:
- Handle the tools properly: each tool you use will either have a large handle or a sizeable surface area for you to utilise when treating your patients. Tools like the scraper have an especially long handle, so use it. If you grab the top of the tools, you will obstruct your own view of the foot, making it more difficult to perform the task at hand, and reducing the visual pleasure of cleaning feet
- Spend that paper: treating a patient results in payday. Saving money is pointless as there are only three things you can spend money on, and they are all cosmetic. You should constantly buy new decorations and furniture to keep yourself entertained. Life as a foot doctor can become monotonous, so treat yourself whenever you can
- Slow and steady wins the race: using the tools quickly is a sure-fire way to waste your time, as accuracy is far more important. Rushing will just make your job harder and more time-consuming, as you’ll just have to go back and remove whatever you missed
- Treat VIPs like VIPs: VIP patients are great. Not only do they pay ridiculous sums of cash, but they also have the most entertaining foot problems. Often, standard patients have the simplest of foot-related issues to treat, so the VIPs offer more a challenge