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eQuoo is an Emotional Fitness game



eQuoo will teach you the essential psychological skills you need to be able to level up in the game – and in life, too. Once you’ve mastered a skill set, you will embark on a choose-your-own adventure game, where each level is a different genre. Whether its sci-fi, a love story or sword and sorcery, you will be challenged to use your skills to level up.

The skills and story lines are empirically based on current psychological research using psycho-education, gamification and AI to take you on an adventure that supersedes the game. You will find yourself equipped with emotional and psychological skills that will get you ahead in all your relationships – be it work, with your family, or in your own love story.

eQuoo will be part of a psychological RCT (random control trial) to verify our claims that eQuoo makes your life better – don’t trust us, trust the science! eQuoo is a product of PsycApps Limited.

We’re very excited that the press is showing interest in eQuoo, emotional fitness and mental health!
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This Game is like nothing you have ever seen before

eQuoo is a one-of-a-kind emotional fitness game. Other than having a blast, playing the game will have you taking away life hacks that will make you a master of relationships - wherever you go.

Dr Joy

Dr Joy is our lovely Avatar that guides you through the game. She’s always by your side.

Learn unique skills

These psychological skills will level you up – in the game AND in life!


Go on an adventure you can only master if your emotional fitness skills are out of this world, too.

Personality Test

Find out if you’re the heart of the party or the deep water.

Science, B+tches!

eQuoo is based on hard evidence. A group of psychologists teamed up with writers so that the game is fun AND gives you mad psychological skills for life.

Share your victories

Why keep your achievements to yourself. Let the world know you leveled up!


Dr David Susman
Dr David Susman
Clinical psychologist, mental health advocate, professor, writer. Sharing resources and inspiration for better mental health.
The EQuoo app is an innovative way to learn positive coping skills and strategies for better psychological health. The app's graphics are clear and engaging. The interactive learning format using a virtual couple and more detailed stories with other virtual characters was very effective. The concepts and skills were fun to learn and practice. Great app!
Dr Duana Welch
Dr Duana Welch
Ph.D. in psychology, author of Love Factually: 10 Proven Steps from I Wish to I Do
I played eQuoo, curious about what I might learn as a former psychology professor and current relationship-science author. This program showed me my biases and how to balance them with reality, assessed my personality in line with other tests I’d taken, and presented games, interactive stories, and numerous examples to help me enhance my emotional intelligence. I think people who use eQuoo will become more adept in all their relationships, more knowledgeable about themselves, and ultimately, more resilient. Well done!
Rizwana Virdee
Rizwana Virdee
Psychotherapeutic Counsellor and YouTube Psychology Vlogger @PsychopaediaHQ
As a therapist, having played EQuoo I was surprised with how much I learned. It made me stop, reflect & consider my answers. I felt pleased & satisfied when my choices were confirmed correct. It described my personality as I believed it to be, which is a positive open-minded person.
Dr David Van Nuys
Dr David Van Nuys
Emeritus Professor of Psychology, Creator/host of the Shrink Rap Radio podcast, Editorial Board, Age of Robots Magazine
Congratulations to Silja Litvin and her team at PsycApps on having developed the ground-breaking mobile therapy app, eQuoo. They’ve succeeded in making the game educational yet compelling through a mix of story-telling, gamification and animation. The app leads users painlessly through evidence-based information drawn from positive psychology, cognitive-behavior therapy, couples therapy, brain research, and other approaches that build resilience, optimism, and hope. Having spent time “playing” the game myself, I think it spearheads a revolution in mental health apps, that will incorporate A.I. and machine learning.
Dr Berney Wilkinson
Dr Berney Wilkinson
Clinical Psychologist, Podcast Host of the Mental Breakdown
This is persuasive technology used for good. It’s used to engage people with an application that will help them with their mental health issues. eQuoo is very interactive. I love the avatar, Dr Joy, and how it engages you from the very beginning. You’re playing and it’s not beating you over the head with learning. I have a cohort of clients in mind that could use this to bridge appointments to work to keep up with concepts we’re working on.
Dr Richard Marshall
Dr Richard Marshall
Licensed School Psychologist, Author of Handbook for Raising an Emotionally Healthy Child, Podcast Host of The Mental Breakdown
eQuoo is really an impressive undertaking. Silja Litvin is carving out some brand-new territory. This is ground-breaking work.
Alexandra Miller, Psy.D.
Alexandra Miller, Psy.D.
Author of There’s Always Hope and podcast host of Psychology America
EQuoo is an interesting and cost-effective way to learn more about both yourself and psychology so that you can increase your level of emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence can be just as important as IQ in our workplace and life success. In a fun way and through games, the app provides feedback on your “Big Five” personality traits, psychological traits that have been tested and validated. If you are interested in self-improvement, psychology, and increasing your emotional intelligence, I recommend the EQuoo App as a helpful purchase.

Sneak Peak at some of our Screens

First - you learn a mind blowing skill - then you go on the adventure of a lifetime. Here: Dr Joy, our lovely Avatar and a glimpse of our second level story: You need to save a Mars colony from getting poisoned.

Meet the team

Silja Litvin
Silja Litvin
Med Bukey
Med Bukey
CTO and Co-Founder
Business Systems Analyst
James P O’Brien
James P O’Brien
C++ Specialist
Markus Maier
Markus Maier
Head of Research and Ethics
Professor at LMU

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