Design stunning hospitals, cure peculiar illnesses and manage troublesome staff as you spread your budding healthcare organisation across Two Point County.
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Available: 2018


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July 10

How We Operate #3: Chris Knott, Lead Animator

Hey Scrubs!

We took a little break from our usual blog programming for E3 and a few other exciting things we've had going on, but now we're back with a bang and taking on Two Point Hospital's animation powerhouse - Chris Knott!

The decision has been taken to keep Knotty's answers in caps, as it just sums him up so well ;)

How long have you been in the games industry?

First game you worked on?

Fave game to play at home?

Fave little person game?

When you’re not slogging away at Two Point Studio, where can you be found?

What’s your party trick?

Now, the quickfire round! Answer these as quick as you can!

If you could buy ANY kind of food RIGHT NOW what would it be? MEAT

Favourite movie quote?

What’s your fave 90s tv show? ALAN PARTRIDGE

In your opinion, where’s the worst place you could get stuck?

If you worked in a hospital, what would you do?

Day or Night?

Last film you watched?

Cats or Dogs?

Coffee or Tea?

Who’s your fave member of Two Point and why?

You’re going out to buy cheese, what cheese do you get?

What’s the last thing you liked on social media?

You have to do a dance, what song will it be to?

You’re running for PM, what will be your campaign slogan?

We’re taking James Watt off the fifty pound notes, who will you replace him with? Why? DANNY DYER, BECAUSE HES NO MUG.
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June 26

Two Point Radio: Update #6

Happy Tunesday, Scrubs!

It's been a busy few weeks for us so forgive the slight delay in getting the most recent batch of absolute bangers to you!

You can find the playlist here:

Here's the songs that have been keeping Two Point Studios ticking over these past weeks:

Tom and Phil of Cedar Studios:
and ‘Electric Indigo’ by ‘The Paper Kites’ , this whole album is gold dust and super relaxing. Playing anything from this album takes everything down a gear and that’s a good thing

Chris Knott, Lead Animator:
N 2 Gether Now – Limp Bizkit and method man.... Method man is awesome...
Out of the Black – Royal Blood. I still find it incredible this music is made by just two people..

Ben Hymers, Lead Programmer:
Carpenter Brut - Turbo Killer. Fast angry 80s electro is great to code to, when you just need to get your head down and crack on! Much like the C&C soundtrack from last week!

Frank Klepacki - Hell March

This week I've really needed to get my head down and crack on with work, and I've found that the C&C and Red Alert soundtracks are EXCELLENT music for this! There are some great tunes from both games (plus some bizarre funk and electro tunes too), but from all of them I'll pick the timeless classic, Hell March.

Mark Smart, Lead Artist:
Wilko Johnson – Beauty
From the new album that even he thought he’d never make. More Delta Blues Rock (Thames Delta Blues that is) He also crops in Game OF Thrones!

Half Man Half Biscuit – Knobheads On Quiz Shows
More HMHB sardonic whit. Can’t stop playing the latest album after seeing them recently…..very good they was too, enough material to choose from.

Rat Scabies – My Wrists Hurt
One of the founders of the Damned, releases first solo album P.H.D (Prison, Hospital, Debt) Chose this over Floydian Slip which has a great soundbite over it.

Rich Brooks, Progammer:
Radiohead - Moon Shaped Pool - Burn The Witch

I chose this song because I'm an enormous Radiohead fanboy. But also, because I've been watching a lot of childrens' TV on account of me spending a lot of time with my 3 year old son. And the video for Burn The Witch made me laugh waaay more than it should have done. Watch it here...
I know, given that it's Radiohead, that there's a much deeper meaning hidden there. But I'm quite happy for it to go over my head. I enjoyed it!

Craig Laycock, Brand Manager:
Learn to Fly – Foo Fighters
I’d love to know what it’s like to fly. Flapping about up there in the clouds with the birds. I often think about my flappy wings flapping away, the smile it would bring to my face.

Dreams – Cranberries
Everyone deserves to dream. I don’t mean your standard “close your eyes, go to sleep” dreams, of course. I mean the big dreams. For me, the big dream would be to flap about it a cloud like a bird.

I’m like a Bird – Nelly Furtado
Not sure why I like this one tbh

Prem, Artist: Feeling classical this week!

In the hall of the mountain king - Edvard Grieg

Gayane - Sabre Dance Aram Khachaturian.

Swan lake -Tchaikovsky (ed's note, I've included the intro as the whole piece is about three hours lobe ;) Lauran)

Mark Webley, Founder:
Johnny Marr... "Hi Hello" - this is absolutely brilliant and everyone should try a bit of Johnny Marr. Looking forward to a new album later this month (and seeing him in November!) - you'll almost definitely have more from the album from me very soon!

Lauran, Community Manager: I was lucky enough to catch Taylor Swift on her Stadium tour recently so OF COURSE I've chosen Taylor. Getaway Car is a tune!
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About This Game

Design and build your own hospital!

Build up a hospital from nothing to a masterpiece as you design the most beautiful – or functional – healthcare operation in the whole of Two Point County.

Optimise your hospital design to increase patient (and cash) flow, arranging corridors, rooms and waiting areas to your exact specifications. Expand your hospital to multiple buildings as you look to get as many patients through the door as possible.

Place decorative and functional items around your hospital to improve its prestige, lower patient boredom, increase happiness and keep those end of year awards flowing in.

Cure unusual illnesses

Don’t expect Two Point County to be populated with your usual types of patients. In this world, you’ll experience all kinds of unusual illnesses; from Light-headedness to Cubism – each requiring their very own special type of treatment machine.

Diagnose illnesses, build the right rooms to handle them, hire the right staff, and then get ready, because curing just one of these illnesses is just the beginning. You can handle a single patient – but can you handle a Pandemic?

Once you’ve conquered an illness, research improved cures and machines and turn your hospital into an unstoppable healthcare juggernaut.

Improve and expand your hospital horizons!

Your first hospital is where it begins, but what next?

Once you’ve cured the residents of a small harbour village, can you take on a bigger challenge in a busier hospital?

Improve your facilities, upgrade machines, staff and layouts to make more money, more quickly.

Train and improve your staff, levelling them up with new skills and abilities to make your hospital even more efficient.

Make use of the extensive statistic and information screens to analyse your strengths and weaknesses, and make rapid alterations. Adjust the price of your treatments, keep an eye on your turnover, take out loans and optimise your earnings.

You’ll be managing staff with unique personality types and traits, so you’ll need to keep an eye on who’s being efficient – and who is just a pain in the neck. Balance your workforce with your ambitions as you strive to make profit (and hopefully save some people along the way).

System Requirements

    • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
    • Additional Notes: TBC
    • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
    • Additional Notes: TBC
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