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Heart's Medicine: Season One

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System Requirements

  • Windows XP (Service Pack 2)/Vista/7
  • 1.2 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 512MB RAM
  • DirectX 9.0c

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Heart's Medicine: Season One Game Description

Meet Allison Heart, a young medical student performing her residency at the Still Creek Clinic. It's her first day under the guidance of the doctor who inspired her career choice, and she's anxious to start helping people in need. She's prepared for the hustle and bustle of treating patients, but she's about to realize that being a doctor involves much more than just dressing a bandage and writing a prescription.?

Share the ups and downs of life as a resident doctor and find drama, comedy and romance in this inspiring story!

Heart's Medicine: Season One full version features include:

  • Play a resident doctor in this inspiring Time Management experience
  • Involve yourself in the lives of other doctors and patients to help them get better physically, as well as emotionally
  • Treat patients with skill-based mini-games and upgrade the clinic with better facilities
  • Follow special cases from beginning to end and earn special achievements
  • Enjoy hidden Easter eggs and an emotionally engaging story offering drama, comedy and romance

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Heart's Medicine: Season One Game Customer Reviews

I will be honest. I have not finished playing this game. I was almost persuaded not to buy this game because of certain reviews that said that this game was too short. I have yet to find out if the duration of the game is too short.

What I can tell you is that this is one of the most inventive time management games I have played in a long time. And just like the Delicious series there are surprises in every level. Infact, the things we love about the Delicious series are incorporated into this game. Maybe this game seems short to some people because the time goes by so fast when playing this game. I love this game! Once I finish it, I will probably edit this review and give it five stars. This is a must-have for any true time-management fan!

In the settings you have the option of choosing between three playing choices: Beginner, normal and challenging.

- by Chevyqueen

When I'm not playing escape/point and click games, I am playing time management games. They are ridiculously repetitive but I get some sort of no-brainer satisfaction from them. My BF calls them "hot dog" games (because one of the games, I play a hot dog vendor).

With that said, my favorite TM game is the Delicious series. This series has grown from very simple task-oriented games to ones that have story lines, cute mini-games, and hidden easter-eggs. Heart's Medicine has been anticipated by other TM-lovers for a few months. I bought it the minute it came out and played it in a couple of hours. Yes, you may say this is short, but I could've easily left it and come back. Addiction? Maybe.

This is an adorable game. It's probably more girl-centric but anyone who enjoys Dash or Delicious games, this one is a true winner. You have to be impressed with the cleverness of the programming. The graphics are wonderful. The storyline is cute. The mini-games (albeit frustrating at times) are well thought out.

The best part is (for TM-lovers) it reveals that a new Delicious game is coming early 2011.

So, thank you, Sebastiaan van Waardenberg--for designing a great game (with your team), for working on a new Delicious game, and for implying a Season 2.

- by Ethbay

What a great and original game! This is basically the Emily series but with a new character and in a different setting. The game has all the same charms - you really get to know the characters and there is a constant flux of new scenery, new things to do, and unexpected events plus lots of bonuses you can discover along the way. This game stays fresh the whole way through - you never play the same scene and do the same actions for more than about 5 levels at a time. The mini puzzles are fun to do, are all very fitting with the theme (such as finding "sore spots" on patients legs & hands or applying pressure to wounds, doing xrays and then piecing broken bones back together, taking blood pressure, etc). Such a variety and the storyline of this game is absolutely fantastic. LOVE the little old man who flirts with everyone in the laboratory - adorable or even the snarky cardiologist. The dialogue is true to life and seems quite realistic. Very endearing characters, you actually feel like the work you are doing is important - not your typical time management game at all. This one seems to be a little bit of TM, a little bit of strategy, a little bit of simulation game even. It's very evident all the time and effort that was put into this game. One of the best EVER. Would not be at all surprised to see this one win an award for most innovative game of the year.

- by Diskette66

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