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So for most of this weekend I’ve been playing this game named Heart’s Medicine: Time to heal and it’s the prequel to the recently released game Heart’s Medicine: Hospital Heat. The game is by GameHouse and they are also the makers of the Emily game series.
But Heart’s Medicine: Time to Heal involves a main character by the name of Allison who is working at a hospital with not just an old flame but also the hospitals new director whom she is falling for. Along the way you get to watch this potential love triangle form while working your way through the hospital through a total of 50 levels. The main premise of the game is to help every patient that comes through the door and every doctors that needs your help. Every 10 levels you change to a different part of the hospital starting in the ward and then working your way up to surgery.
But don’t think it’s just helping out the patients because you also at times have to complete mini games to completely finish helping a patient, find a pesky guinea pig named Oliver and also there are challenges involved with each level. While also completing through all these levels you also learn more about Allison’s past and watch the drama unfold regarding the love interests.
The story line is actually pretty interesting at this time although it can also be kind of sad. But I think that since it did have a bit more of a grown up feel concerning the content that that’s what made it so much fun to watch. This was especially different for me concerning I tend to skip the story lines. Also helping the patients themselves and seeing what new things you would have to do made the game very addicting.
Now the game is free for the first 5 levels but then after that you do have to pay for the game. To play all 50 levels you have to pay $10 or you can pay $5 for the next few rooms. To be honest paying $10 for all the levels actually isn’t all that bad.
But overall this game was very fun and very addicting and I definitely plan to play the next game as well and I may also check out the Emily series too. So search for Heart’s Medicine in the App Store on your device. It is definitely available for Apple iPhone and iPads and also available in the google play store for all you android people.
So if you’ve played this game comment down below on what you thought of it or let me know if you are going to check out this game after my review. Also would you like more app game reviews from me in the future. Comment and let me know!!!