The only tools required for Rhythm Doctor is your space bar and your desire to interact with a beat in the most minimal way imaginable.
With most music-centric games, the focus is on hitting as many notes as possible in varied positions with the highest accuracy.
It creeps into everyone's thoughts like bean juice slowly migrating to the rice on an enchilada platter. However if we're all going to die on a long enough time span (and there's been no evidence in human history that you won't), you might as well spend your precious moments doing something you enjoy.
It's unavoidable -- in fact it's just an existential part of life. Of course it's always better to do something you enjoy stoned because, well -- weed.
Normally we don't cover in-browser gaming on The Stoned Gamer.
We don't really have a policy against it, but there hasn't been anything that commanded our immediate attention, until today.
That's it, just one -- and the space bar is your only interface in the game. The concept of death is just creepy -- good luck getting over that.Therefore if you enjoy slapping your spacebar in a rhythmic fashion while having your ears serenaded by brilliantly articulated tunes, then there's no better option in your life than firing up a new tab to play Rhythm Doctor.The storyline is that you're an actual doctor and the patients that are assigned to you are an eclectic bunch, all with their own quirks.Since we're all living in an imaginary world of infinite possibilities, the medicine you prescribe isn't chemical based, but acoustic.