Heart's Medicine: Time to Heal Collector's Edition
September 14, 2016
Blue Giraffe Games
Three Difficulty Settings
30 Challenge Levels
From Delicious and Cathy’s Crafts to Fabulous Angela’s and now this – 2016 has certainly been a crazy year for Gamehouse. What’s interesting is that the studio still manages to keep up the quality and every one of their releases has been stellar so far, including Heart’s Medicine: Time to Heal.
Time to Heal is the long-awaited sequel to the 2010’s best-selling Heart’s Medicine: Season One. Six years have gone by and the Heart’s Medicine has definitely improved with time. Time to Heal begins with a dramatic sequence; Daniel was in a terrible accident and our heroine, Allison, is the only one that can save him. The game then flashes back to months prior to the event, when Allison was a hospital intern and began falling for Daniel’s charm. The game has you follow Allison’s journey as she works her way through a variety of departments in the hospital across 60 story-centric levels and 30 smartly-designed challenge levels.
Just like other games in the “Delicious’ family”, Heart’s Medicine 2 is a story-driven Time Management game. Each level presents a new challenge task for you to solve and earn bonus points, which in turn, progresses the storyline. It is also important to note that Time to Heal is an incredibly fast-paced game, even to Dash veterans like ourselves. The game involves quite a hysterical amount of clicking, some might even find that overwhelming.
Nonetheless, we still thought Heart’s Medicine: Time to Heal was excellently executed. Not only because of the clever gameplay and the captivating storyline, but also because of the sights and the sounds. The visuals in Heart’s Medicine: Time to Heal are sharp, bright and nothing short of attractive. The soundtracks are also, for the most parts, upbeat and fun – fit right in with the manic vibe of the game.
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