Is there a doctor in the house? Because I’m not entirely convinced there’s one in Healing Spree, in spite of it being a hospital simulator. Sure, they’re free to claim to have an education in the field all they want, and they may know a thing or two about medicine… but a doctor that somewhat “passed” med school? Well, they’ll feel right at home in this game – might even almost save a patient or two at some point.
I’m not even joking. Healing Spree, in case the above screenshot didn’t make that abundantly clear, is not exactly an overly realistic hospital simulator, so much as even more tongue-in-cheek than something like Theme Hospital (which was likely more of a serious affair than I remember, too). Medical emergencies are piling up and seeing how short-staffed you are, you may want to bring along a friend or two (or three), local or online; just pretend they also “passed” med school and you’ll do fine. Or not. I mean, what’s one more malpractice lawsuit, anyway?
The pandemic is here – and we’re obviously short-handed. Grab your stethoscope and call on your closest friends: those patients won’t cure themselves!
Diagnose patients, treat them, use the right medical equipment or toss it – and everyone else – around. Mayhem is all but guaranteed, and while such might not exactly bring about progress… hey, at least you’ll have fun, and isn’t that more important? I mean, somewhere amongst its 40+ physics-based maps there’s bound to be at least a few favourites with interesting quirks and layout – whether it’s to mess around on or actually master the art of doctoring.
Volcanoes and icy artics await, and who are you to ignore the potential such locales bring to… uh… the field of medicine. Right. Medicine. Just try not to think too much about the mech-riding bunny. Or the aliens. Or the wild boar. Or any of the other zany shenanigans. As the title says: who needs realistic hospital sims now that Healing Spree is out?