Theme Hospital, like all of these early Molyneux strategy efforts, gets repetitive after awhile, but remains a hoot to play. A clever, twisted attitude goes a long way here, with goofy maladies like Bloaty Tounge afflicting the local populous, which you must treat by setting up the correct equipment in your hospital space. The size and layout of which is the only thing that really changes level to level. After awhile epidemics and new diseases start coming fast and furious, so it remains necessary to optimize your setup in order to process patients quickly and efficiently. In all, a fun game that should be considered another PC classic from vintage Bullfrog.
This game is just plain fun! I've played it through 3 or 4 times, now. My only wish is that it had a random map feature for replayability. You basically are given an empty building (1-story) and you fill it with the v... Read Full Review
I remember this game from 6 years ago. The Splendid levels and the um... 'good-at-that-time' graphics kept me glued to the game. As a fan of Simulation Gaming, I particularly loved Theme Hospital. I mean, where else can... Read Full Review