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I had first played HM back when it was nothing but a PC game.. super sad when I went without a comp for a while since I had my cell phone. Couple years went by and randomly checked if their was an app when something randomly reminded me of it.. and YESSS FINALLY their was a game for my phone!! So super psyched! Got into it and just as I suspected I couldn't stop! Super addicting and a decent story with decent cliff hangers that made me care about the characters all over again from the first game even though it had been years. I feel like a fair amount of people can relate with Allison's character which is cool as well with good learning life lessons. Once again thank you for bringing a great game back! Hope to see a HM 3 please!!!
Spoiler Alert: Thank you for not just keeping the time management genre alive, but also improving it with each game. This was fantastic! My only gripes were that Daniel was so self absorbed, unlikeable and obnoxious and also that one of the more fun characters died, it was a bit heavy on the moping and depressing side for a fun time management game, needed a few more light and humorous moments. That being said I appreciate that you guys tried to make an interesting story. I hope the next installment is a little more on the fun side for the storyline. Also please keep Allison and Connor together. I'd hate to see her with Daniel ugh, he is so lame...Connor really is the better man and was always there doing the right thing for everyone. Overall this game was excellent. The mini games were really great and diverse so it never got boring or repetitive. The different locations were so clever. The subplots were great. The writers made a heartwarming tale. The music was fabulous! The cutscenes (aside from Daniels constant whining, drugging, and boozing) where a nice touch. It was nice seeing Emily in the game also. I will definitely be buying the next installment. Very worth the money! I hope you guys never add this franchise to your in app purchase lineup because I only do pay once and play and I feel like these are a good value and definitely replayable. Thanx for a great game!
The storyline is depressing compared to the Emily games, and the tasks are somehow less fun and engaging - maybe it's all the time you have to spend waiting for patients to simply arrive and then just assigning them where to go. It just felt more like drudgery than fun when I was playing, to the point where I would dread having to replay a level if I missed one of the goals. With the Emily games, I frequently play levels multiple times to achieve all the challenges, difficulty levels, bonuses, etc., but with this one I just started charging through toward the end, skipping the challenge levels and letting it go if I didn't hit three stars or find the guinea pig, just to see the resolution of (some of) the cliffhangers. I thought I'd enjoy the romance angle, but it was mostly a lot of melodrama. I don't think I'll purchase any sequels in the particular series. On the positive side, the graphics are nice, and I only experienced "frozen Allison" once.
This game is one of my favorites including Hearts Medicine: Hospital Heat. It has such a great quality and has a very good story line. The only problems are that the challenges are way to hard, and the second time through you don’t earn money in some shifts so it takes longer to upgrade things. Also I don’t know if it is just my game or others too but the second time playing, it doesn’t let me see the most important cutscene in the entire game! I’ve tried to play the specific scene a few times but all it does is load for a second and then show me an ad and teleports me back to the map. Please help with this problem! Also I was very confused about this because I didn’t know that there was another game before this one but could only be played on computer. I would say play that first and then do this one and then Hospital Heat.
This game could have been enjoyable. I assume it’s the second in a series and I didn’t play the first so I don’t know the pre story. But the story in this game makes out the character you’re playing to be a complete idiot. You have no say in the answers she gives to the attendant and the ones that have her give leave her looking like a complete moron. The tasks are somewhat enjoyable for a task based click and go game but I can’t get over the fact of her being completely incompetent when it came to the play through parts. Also, the stars you need to get onto the levels after the first several are so high and require you to replay the first levels over and over again. Game could have been good but seriously, a med student that doesn’t know basic diagnosis? If the character was male would it be the same?
Developed by GameHouse.
Heart's Medicine: Time to Heal is ranking in Games & Adventure & Simulation
Last update was at Aug 08, 2019and the current version is 7.0.1.
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Heart's Medicine: Time to Heal have a 8 728a user reviews.
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