COMEBACK is a game dependency program 
for gamers by gamers 

COMEBACK is a program designed to help gamers gain mastery over games. Game dependency has caused many gamers to lose mastery of their lives, affecting their relationships with family & friends, and other important things in life. COMEBACK navigates the challenges of game dependency with the participants, helping them gain a deeper self-awareness within a community of gamers who understands. 

COMEBACK brings the participants through a process adapted from the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, which is globally recognized as one of the most effective rehabilitation programs. COMEBACK is a group program. Participants are assigned to small groups. Each group has a trained Support, who is a facilitator or instructor who walks alongside the participants throughout the six sessions of COMEBACK. It takes six weeks to complete the six weekly sessions of COMEBACK. COMEBACK Express is available during Singapore school vacation that allows participants to complete the six sessions within three weeks, covering two sessions a week. 

GAME DEPENDENCY TEST

Take our free Game Dependency Test to find out how dependent you are on gaming. 

Under DSM-5 by American Psychiatric Association, for Internet Gaming Disorder to be established, at least five criteria needs to be met within a year. Most gamers are not addicts based on the criteria yet much disruption to lives can be experienced when one or a few of the criteria are met. The Game Dependency Test is a preliminary test. If you have game dependency and want a change, contact us for an Interview Assessment to receive a full report by our psychologist and we will journey with you in the process of change.

Come and join us on this adventure against game dependency.

In this test, you will start with full health and take damage from every game dependency you have.

Can you make it out alive?




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I game longer than I intended.
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I neglect my homework and/or work to spend more time gaming.
2 out of 20



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I prefer the excitement of gaming to quality time with my family/close friends.
3 out of 20


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I make new friends with fellow gamers.
4 out of 20
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Others in my life complain to me about the amount of time I spend on gaming.
5 out of 20
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My school grades or work suffer because of the amount of time I spend gaming.
6 out of 20
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I game before I need to do something else.
7 out of 20



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My job/school performance or productivity suffers because of my gaming.
8 out of 20
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I become defensive or secretive when anyone asks me about my gaming.
9 out of 20
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I block out disturbing thoughts about my life with soothing thoughts about gaming.
10 out of 20
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I find myself looking forward to gaming.
11 out of 20



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I fear that life without gaming would be boring, empty and joyless.
12 out of 20
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I snap, tell, or act annoyed if someone bothers me while I am gaming.
13 out of 20



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I lose sleep due to late-night gaming.
14 out of 20



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I feel preoccupied with gaming or fantasize about it when I am not gaming.
15 out of 20



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I find myself saying “just a few more minutes” or “I’ll put it down in a second” when gaming.
16 out of 20



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I try to cut down the amount of time spent on gaming and fail.
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I try to hide how long I have been gaming.
18 out of 20



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I choose to spend more time gaming over going out with others.
19 out of 20



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I feel depressed, moody, or nervous when I am not gaming, which goes away once I start gaming again.
20 out of 20
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COMEBACK SERVICES

COMEBACK Interview Assessment

COMEBACK Interview Assessment

The COMEBACK Interview Assessment is done by COMEBACK Psychologist who is trained to assess your game dependency and make recommendations. This is a required step for enrolment into COMEBACK. You will receive a professional report after the interview, which includes your game dependency evaluation and recommendations.
COMEBACK

COMEBACK Program

COMEBACK Program is a 6-sessions group program of 30 hours designed for gamers. It is developed based on the principles of AA 12-Steps and evidence-based practice.
1-on-1 Consultation Psychologist

1-on-1 Consultation with Psychologist

COMEBACK Psychologists are available for 1-on-1 consultation for gamers and/or gamers' parents who require more personalized and private sessions.

Download our free eBook "Understanding Games and Gamers"

Understanding Games and Gamers is put together for non-gamers who are trying to understand games and gamers. It is also for gamers to have a better understanding of games and themselves. Game design enables understanding games in a more structured manner and provides reason behind the draw and attraction of games. Gamer types are mapped to Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® from which we know more about player motivations.

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