Entschlüsseln Sie medizinische Mysterien in diesem dramatischen Puzzle-Adventure!
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Veröffentlichung: 9. Juni 2011

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Über dieses Spiel

Lüften Sie medizinische Mysterien in diesem dramatischen Puzzle-Abenteuer! Folgen Sie Elizabeth und ihren ärztlichen Kollegen, Mitarbeitern und Vertrieblern in einer fesselnden Story! Suchen Sie nach Hinweisen, die Ihnen bei Ihrer Diagnose und beim lösen der medizinischen Probleme einer Vielzahl von Patienten helfen werden. Studieren Sie Röntgenbilder, Bluttests und 4 weitere medizinische Minispiele, um die Lebensfreude und die Zukunft Gesundheit Ihrer Patienten zu gewähren!

Eigenschaften:

  • 3 neue Krankheitsbilder.
  • Neue Charaktere & Hintergrundgeschichten - reisen Sie zu auf Bauernhöfen, Bootfahrerstegen, Tierkliniken, etc. um Hinweise zu finden.
  • Interaktive Inventar-Gegenstände - Öffnen Sie Schubladen und bewegen Sie Vorhänge, um weitere Hinweise zu finden!
  • Nach der Überprüfung der Beweise können Sie die Diagnose erstellen.
  • 6 neue Mini-Spiele - Röntgenbilder, Blutuntersuchungen, Pulsmessungen und vieles mehr!
  • Über 20 einzigartige Suchbilder.

Systemanforderungen

Windows
Mac OS X
    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP/Vista
    • Prozessor: Pentium® 1.2 GHz Prozessor oder schneller
    • Speicher: 256 MB RAM
    • Grafik: 32 MB DirectX® 9 Grafikkarte
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Festplatte: 100 MB
    • Sound: DirectX9.0c kompatible Kartecard
    • Betriebssystem: OS X Version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3 oder besser.
    • Prozessor: Intel Prozessor
    • Speicher: 2 GB
    • Grafik:
    • Festplatte: 200 MB
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Daddy
( 0.7 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 2. Juli
Want something to jerk off to? Buy this.
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eXeZ|Gamer433
( 4.0 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 22. Mai
Mein Review zu diesem Spiel, mit Pros und Contras:

Pros:
+ Hübsche Grafik
+ Machbare Puzzles
+ Logischer Aufbau, nachvollziehbares Krankheitsbild der Patienten
+ Hilfefunktionen ohne Nachteile
+ Interessante Charaktere
+ Keine Zeitlimits

Contras:
- Nach 4 Stunden komplett durchgespielt (Nur 3 Fälle)
- Spiel lässt sich nicht minimieren, es stürzt dann ab (aber speichert sehr gut!)
- Gleiche Schauplätze besuchen, Puzzles wiederholen sich
- Manche Items nicht ganz klar (z.B. "football", man klickt wie doof auf den Fußball, dabei ist versteckt rechts unten im Bild das eierförmige Ding gemeint)
- Ein Gefühl des "Pistole auf die Brust setzen", wenn jetzt sofort eine Diagnose erstellt werden muss.
- Größtenteils zu leicht
- Sehr geringer Wiederspielwert

Fazit:
Auch wenn das Spiel sehr kurz und knapp 20,- Euro nicht wirklich wert ist, empfehle ich das Spiel dennoch. Denn es schaut nicht nur gut aus, sondern läuft auch stabil (solange man es nicht versucht zu minimieren).

Ich hätte mir noch gewünscht, dass man nach dem Durchspielen die Orte alle noch einmal besuchen darf um ALLE Gegenstände (nach vorgegebener Reihenfolge) zu finden, denn man muss willkürlich nur immer ein paar da rausfischen.
Ist das Spiel durchgespielt, ist das Profil nicht mehr nutzbar.

Kauft es Euch in einem fetten Sale, dann lohnt sich das Game auf jeden Fall!
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mirta000
( 2.3 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 13. Mai
I can not recommend for the price point that it is at. If it was 75% off? Then sure, if you enjoy find the object games, go for it!

I did a 30 minute video on gameplay if anyone is interested:
https://youtu.be/qZ-UvVfT4ZY

cons:
- this is nothing more but a find the object game. There is a "guess the diagnosis" part that did not get into my video, and a couple of mini games, but this is mostly what it is.
- for a find the object game the story isn't particularly engaging.
- the objects that you're finding are very random most of the time. I have no idea why I went to a nurses station and instead of just picking up the information about my patient, I stole the nurses milkshake. I also collected like 3 video cameras, took a random shirt, stole a radio... I feel more like a kleptomaniac than a doctor.

pros:
+ it's not a bad find the object game. Nothing in scenes is so obscured that it's unclickable. The scenes are not too cluttered, but not too easy to solve either. If you enjoy finding the object games, this one could give you your fix.

But that is literally the only pro I can think of. And for the price point of 18.99 Euros? There are better find the object games out there.
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TiffanyAK
( 2.3 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 8. Januar
This game works a bit too hard to be clever. Ultimately, it just ends up being repetitive, the "evidence" is often useless since you're only guessing in the end anyway and it really doesn't matter whether or not you are correct, and most of the fun ends up getting sucked out of it in the end. I was expecting it to have a bit more of a realistic medical mystery solving element to it, but no such luck.
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Spizy Chicken
( 0.6 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 5. September 2015
NOT a medical diagnosis game at all.
I was hoping this was actually medical related. It's NOT. It's a hunt and find game that doesn't make any logical sense in terms of a medical setting.
If you like search and find games this is fine, but it's not a medical diagnosis game at all.
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♥ PandaCat ♥
( 5.0 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 31. Juli 2015
I'm a big fan of puzzle games in general but this one while unique has some downsides.

first a brief description of the game. This is a hidden object puzzle game (which I like) where you play the role of a female doctor, your task is to find clues and solve puzzles to diagnose patients. All with a little story involving the characters which feels like something out of a tv hospital drama.

Now the downsides, the game is VERY short, there is only 3 patients you have to cure and the puzzles repeat themselves, you have to do the same puzzles every patient especially the blood test one. Sure they are different to solve but its still the same puzzle.

Also the game has a nasty habit of making you return to the same location you just came from and find the exact same items with one or two new additions to find. Which just seems like a lazy attempt to make this short game seem longer.

all in all this game was fine but its not one I would recommend at its listed price. If you have a desire for hidden object puzzle games and want to try something different and unique give this game a go. But only if its in a sale of 75% or more.

So due to how short it is and how the game ends poorly with no indication you finished the game you just end up back at the title screen after curing the third patient I have to not recommend this game. Trust me there are way better hidden object games on steam.
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Lunaril
( 1.9 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 22. Juli 2015
Elizabeth Find M.D. - Diagnosis Mystery - Season 2 is a hidden-object puzzle game, where you uncover clues to diagnose and treat patients by playing through hidden-object puzzles at various locations. It is interesting as a hidden-object game, which I loved as a small child. It functions similarly to the free to play facebook game, Criminal Case. Once you have uncovered all the clues for a patient, you can inspect the evidence collected, review the patients chart and based on deductive reasoning from the evidence, present your diagnosis. Once this is accomplished you move on to the next patient. In between these patient scenario's, a storyline develops regarding Doctor Find, her relationships with coworkers, and her employment at the hospital.

I didn't think it was a bad game considering the classification and genre of game it is. I think it is rather well done, although the puzzles were overly simplistic I thought and could have been more challenging. There were other simple mini-games included, such as Bloodwork games, spot the difference on the X-Ray, etc. Perhaps timers would give the game a sense of urgency or add a dimensional difficulty the game is currently lacking. All in all I had fun with it. It is a decent hidden-object puzzle game.
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Lady_Lillit
( 3.3 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 10. Juli 2015
Schönes Spiel! Tolle Idee die Kombination aus HOG, Mini-Puzzle und Diagnoseforschung.
Ich persönlich hab ein Bundle mit 10 Spielen für 3 Euro gekauft, wo dies enthalten war. Das war schon ein guter Preis.

Leider kann ich das Spiel für den Preis nicht empfehlen. Mein Spiel war schon nach weniger als 3,5 Stunden zu Ende.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
mendel
( 4.3 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 7. Juli 2015
Elizabeth Find M.D. - Diagnosis Burglary
This game feels like a lame attempt to remake House into a clutter-type hidden object game.

As a medical soap, this game does a poor job at presenting the profession: a game type that lives from cluttered rooms simply does not fit the orderly nature of medical facilities which is dictated by the needs of hygiene and many people working together. It also badly portrays the medical profession: at the beginning, we're supposed to feel sympathy because the protaganist has been passed over for a promotion; but as the game progresses, we find that she scrounges a thermometer from an ambulance to get a patient's temperature reading, applies a portable defibrillator (stolen from the rescue helicopter) to a conscious patient because he is complaining of an uneasy feeling in his chest (while he's in the ICU and hooked up to a heart monitor), and spends much of her presumably highly paid time driving around the area collecting "evidence" (that is often locked away, but that's not stopping her) that provides such important and hard-to-come-by information as the patient's preference for soft foods or hair and saliva samples. After a day of this, she may need another day scrounging for information to end up with a diagnosis that was 95% likely from the bloodwork alone (done on day 1)(it's Lupus). No wonder there's a "staff shortage" at the hospital, with time being wasted like this! Discussion of named patient's diagnoses in front of outsiders such as a pharma salesman is also par for the course (as is giving said salesman free rein of the hospital).

As a game, this is your typical clutter-style HOG, with a hodgepodge of mostly unrelated objects defying gravity, perspective, or scale (and sometimes all three). If you like this type of HOG, you should go play Pickers instead, which is actually set in flea markets and other second-hand sale locations: this is the only HOG I know where this type of clutter actually runs true to life.

Just don't.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
Spoon
( 39.2 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 18. März 2015
I am not a big fan of hidden objects games so my experience of these games is rather limited. I have played a few. I do like this game and found the story enjoyable and the few puzzles was a nice break from hunting objects.

Two negative points I would make about this. It was relatively short. I was expecting it to be a bit longer. Secondly, there were some repeated scenes. More than I would have liked. Given the relative short game, this did not help.

Overal, I did enjoy it. People with more experience in this type game may give a better view of this game compared to the other similar game.
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Schönes Spiel! Tolle Idee die Kombination aus HOG, Mini-Puzzle und Diagnoseforschung.
Ich persönlich hab ein Bundle mit 10 Spielen für 3 Euro gekauft, wo dies enthalten war. Das war schon ein guter Preis.

Leider kann ich das Spiel für den Preis nicht empfehlen. Mein Spiel war schon nach weniger als 3,5 Stunden zu Ende.
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Take on the role of Dr. Find and... find things...

This is the worst Hidden Object game I ever played, puzzles repeat themselves. For a game with only three cases it would be nice if it didnt involve hunting for the same objects in the same spots in the same rooms again and again. Worse yet, there is only three patient cases to solve, so its not like they made so many scenes they ran out of ideas. Some of the puzzles involve looking at an X-Ray as seen in the scrreenshot above, to diagnose a patient. Notice that you are supposed to be diagnosing the patient, but instead there are spelling and numerical errors on the chart, seems the puzzle should be why this hospital sucks. Speaking of a sucky hospital, when doing Hidden Object hunting in the rooms with the patient, there will be tons of crap ON the patient, everything from birthday hats, to pepper shakers, worst hospital ever!

Elizabeth Fail M.D. Diagnosis Mystery SUCKS! This is season 2 there is no season one on steam, im going to go make Half Life 8 and sell that now, disregarding the rest dont exist.

Rating: 0/10 Value: $0.00
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This game feels like a lame attempt to remake House into a clutter-type hidden object game.

As a medical soap, this game does a poor job at presenting the profession: a game type that lives from cluttered rooms simply does not fit the orderly nature of medical facilities which is dictated by the needs of hygiene and many people working together. It also badly portrays the medical profession: at the beginning, we're supposed to feel sympathy because the protaganist has been passed over for a promotion; but as the game progresses, we find that she scrounges a thermometer from an ambulance to get a patient's temperature reading, applies a portable defibrillator (stolen from the rescue helicopter) to a conscious patient because he is complaining of an uneasy feeling in his chest (while he's in the ICU and hooked up to a heart monitor), and spends much of her presumably highly paid time driving around the area collecting "evidence" (that is often locked away, but that's not stopping her) that provides such important and hard-to-come-by information as the patient's preference for soft foods or hair and saliva samples. After a day of this, she may need another day scrounging for information to end up with a diagnosis that was 95% likely from the bloodwork alone (done on day 1)(it's Lupus). No wonder there's a "staff shortage" at the hospital, with time being wasted like this! Discussion of named patient's diagnoses in front of outsiders such as a pharma salesman is also par for the course (as is giving said salesman free rein of the hospital).

As a game, this is your typical clutter-style HOG, with a hodgepodge of mostly unrelated objects defying gravity, perspective, or scale (and sometimes all three). If you like this type of HOG, you should go play Pickers instead, which is actually set in flea markets and other second-hand sale locations: this is the only HOG I know where this type of clutter actually runs true to life.

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I am not a big fan of hidden objects games so my experience of these games is rather limited. I have played a few. I do like this game and found the story enjoyable and the few puzzles was a nice break from hunting objects.

Two negative points I would make about this. It was relatively short. I was expecting it to be a bit longer. Secondly, there were some repeated scenes. More than I would have liked. Given the relative short game, this did not help.

Overal, I did enjoy it. People with more experience in this type game may give a better view of this game compared to the other similar game.
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(This review is for "Elizabeth Find M.D. - Diagnosis Mystery - Season 2")
4/5 Stars. Object finding game of good quality. It took about three hours to complete it. As with all object-find games, this has no replayability, so be sure not to pay more than $5 for it.
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