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Theme Hospital (DOS)

ESRB Rating
Genre
Perspective
Theme
74
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4.0
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Advertising Blurbs

Advertisement in PC Games, May 1997 (German):

    Doktorspiele



    GEBROCHENE HERZEN

    HAARSPALTEREI


    theme HOSPITAL



    Hier dreht sich alles um Bahren, Bazillen und Bares.
    Das ansteckendste Spiel

    PC CD-ROM
    www.bullfrog.co.uk

    Contributed by Xoleras (66253) on Oct 02, 2004.

European box:
    Can you balance the books and the bedpans ?
    It's a matter of laugh or death in the sequel to bullfrog's best)selling Theme Park. Design, maintain and manage a hi-tech hospital facility, making the most of limited resources and turning cures into cash. The Grim Reaper stalks the corridors, the ill have some very odd ailments, and the staff wants to play doctors and nurses together. You'll be struck by the fun, if you don't get struck off!

    Detailed SVGA graphics
    Greatly improved artificial intelligence
    Research and develop your own cures
    Modem and four player network multi-player options
    Over 30 weird diseases to diagnose - including hairy-itis, bloaty head and slack tongue

    Contributed by Xa4 (274) on Jul 04, 2001.

1996 EA catalog:
    Don't lose your patients in Theme Hospital, the chaotic business game.

    Theme Hospital is the latest brain-child of the team that brought you Theme Park. It combines the same crazy humor and fast-paced gameplay of its predecessor, but features hi-res SVGA graphics and much more complex and realistic AI.

    Network and modem multiplayer support.

    DOS and Native Win95.

    Build and manage the best and most profitable hospital in the world.

    Diagnose and cure over 40 hilarious diseases.

    Hire and fire staff.

    Research and develop your own drugs.

    Ruin competing hospitals by sending incurable patients to them.

    Contributed by Zovni (9367) on Jun 30, 2001.