Heart's Medicine: Doctor's Oath Collector's Edition
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GameHouse brings us the next heart-pounding addition to the Heart’s Medicine series! Become a doctor and save lives!

In Heart's Medicine: Doctor's Oath Collector's Edition, not all heroes wear capes! Join Allison Heart and experience this heartfelt origin story first hand. Follow a gripping hospital drama filled with romance, twists and turns. Enjoy a truly story-driven Time Management game that will have you on the edge of your seat! Experience this moving story today!

  • Search for medical cures and save lives.
  • Work in 6 exciting new hospital wards.
  • Level up your character and earn helpful bonuses.
  • Play over 240 levels and unlock new story scenes!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: 10.14
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 2048 MB
  • Hard Drive: 1694 MB

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Heart's Medicine: Doctor's Oath Collector's Edition

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Heart's Medicine: Doctor's Oath Collector's Edition is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Be prepared for the long haul When I first downloaded this game at 1.7gb I knew this would be a long game even more so for a TM. I am not normally a fan of this type of TM as angry people I can do without how ever here they just lose hearts and then walk off. Others will give a more in depth view of this game. Set over 6 chapters you need to work in different parts of the hospital as you progress. I have spent hours playing this game and still in the first chapter. There are so many off shoots in the pathway or map which take you to mini games to earn diamonds, more hearts etc. Although you can move on to the next level usually with just one star I would not advise doing this as you need a lot of stars to progress to each chapter. You can keep replaying each level until you get your 5 stars. If you want to carry on you can but bear in mind you will need to return eventually. At first I thought this would be too much for me to handle and after 5 levels I started losing it as I struggled to make up medications etc but the more you play this the more you get used to it. In the demo skip all the stories and banter, there is a lot of it and you need as much time playing this game to get the hang of it. I would have said you need 90 mins really as there is so much to take in. There is not much in the settings and only one mode level but you can keep replaying to build your stars up.It keeps your original star rating so you will eventually get 5 stars. This game has been out on IOS and Android since 2018 and only just released on pc. You will be dealing with a disease that effects a lot of the doctors as well as patients until a cure is found which is a bit off giving the current situation at the moment . There is a lot to take in with this game and I so want to move up to the next chapter. You certainly get your monies worth with this game and I am loving it. As usual with this series there is a good story line even if it is not quite the right time to bring this out. Some may find this not to their liking and be prepared for a long game. I just wish they had made the demo longer. At first I was terrible at this but now looking forward to the next chapter when I eventually get there . Bear in mind you will not do that in the demo at all. There are walkthroughs around thet may help as as I have already stated this game has been out for some time on other platforms just not PC. Enjoy
Date published: 2020-09-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not your average Heart's Medicine game I don't think I've ever encountered another Time Management game with such long game play time or requiring quite so much strategy (a huge plus in my book!). Unlike previous Heart's Medicine games I've played which basically have levels strung along like beads on a string, this game is set up more like some kind of circuit board. There's still a nice long story line, but it's blocked at various places until you earn enough stars to carry on. Many lines flow off the main one, where the levels don't advance the main story, but allow you to earn more hearts, stars, and diamonds, all of which are more useful than just decorating some location. Those lines also lead you to chests and card sets that advance what's available for you to buy as you go along, and provide some freebies while they're at it. Once you've completed the main story line, you can proceed to the Elite level. They've been quite clever here. The Elite level has some differences to it, and is overall more challenging to get through. BUT...hearts and diamonds that you earn in the regular level are available to spend on the Elite level. I found myself going back to the regular level and finishing/leveling up all the levels where I hadn't bothered. (Something to note is that usually when you replay, your points are cumulative. You're not trying to beat your previous play on that level.) While it's true you end up playing many levels multiple times, they're usually not really the 'same' in that game play changes as you gain new equipment, things that affect patients patience, and use different combinations of power ups. You might also play a level once optimizing your strategy to meet that level's special challenge, or you might ignore the challenge and optimize your strategy to get the most possible hearts. Your ability to score high or meet challenges will also depend on what you buy earlier or later for each area of the hospital. The story line was engaging, as usual. You can earn puzzle pieces to put together a puzzle in each area of the hospital. There's also mail hidden in various levels, and when you open the letters, some of them are quite funny. Unlike other games in the series where about all you do with the hamster is find him in each level and occasionally play whack-a-mole with him, in this game he also has levels of his very own. He's also joined by two other hamsters with special powers, and they all have special power ups good on one level when you use them. There were some minor irritations. I get these games aren't remotely claiming to be based on real medicine. I don't think it's asking too much though, to NOT have them trying to cure people using a vaccine. (And I believe they spend a lot of time trying to research a virus by looking at bacteria???) lol This didn't bother me in previous games (because, pretend!), but now that we're deep in the pandemic, it's SO noticeable that these people NEVER WASH THEIR HANDS! Ah well, maybe in the next one. Although it's hard to see how they could top this one for innovation and value for your money. This is a great game, and my current favourite!
Date published: 2020-09-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BEST.HEART'S.MEDICINE.EVER! This game has everything! Many levels, perfect game engine, non-linear gameplay, intriguing storyline ...who could ask for more? I don't usually write reviews, but this game is that good.
Date published: 2020-09-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best of the series so far This has been the best game in the series so far. It has a lot of levels and they are not too difficult. Some of the mini games are challenging and some of the levels have to be played a few times for you to get five stars or five diamonds, but I like that I'm not going to finish the game in one day! Every time I think I'm done with a section a new level opens up and I have to go back.
Date published: 2020-09-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Heart's Medicine with a difference. It took a little to get used to this installment of Heart's Medicine, but now that I have, it's great fun. I really enjoy the fact that you can better your scores, earn more hearts, diamonds and stars.Even with replaying the same levels, it's always slightly different. The stars can be used for decoration of Ruth's place and outfits for everyone during parties (Halloween, Christmas etc.). The hearts are to buy improvements in the shop, as for the stars, I have yet to find out. The map may look a bit confusing, but all levels and minigames (of which there are lots) are also fun and help you to get better scores and progress to the next level. If there's one thing I would ask the dev's, it is a little explanation with the power-ups, perhaps when you hover over them. It isn't always clear what they do exactly. There are many hours of fun to get out of this and I for one am really thrilled with this latest addition of Allison Heart's adventures!
Date published: 2020-09-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome TM game! I have been playing TM games for a long time & have been a huge fan of Big Fish. I absolutely love all of the challenges in this game with all of the different options that are available.
Date published: 2020-09-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best yet from this game group I always love all the games that blue giraffe puts out but this one has everything! It takes hours to play, there are good minigames and there is a chance throughout the game to buy upgrades which make completing earlier goals possible. The storyline is long but interesting. They reallly worked hard on this game to make it just about perfect!!
Date published: 2020-09-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A LOT to unpack here This is a 240 level game. It includes MANY extra levels - hunting for the guinea pig, mini games, puzzles...the list goes on. It easy to get lost on where you are with so many "off ramps", bonuses, things to buy, etc. I like the game overall but so many of the extra levels need to be played on a tablet in order to get the bonus puzzle piece - mainly the "find the guinea pig" levels. There's just no way for someone to click around successfully to meet the goal. I like the series but I really think the developers went way overboard on the extra stuff. It's going to take quite a while to play through the whole thing, including replaying many levels repeatedly to achieve the level goals. I'll recommend the game, just be prepared to not finish it for quite a while.
Date published: 2020-09-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from just ok...for me to many oliver's to beat the challenges when you have arthritic hands and to long to get through the story line since it appears five stars is what you need in each level to move forward with the story.
Date published: 2020-09-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from This Is A LONG One! So many pluses and minuses with this game. First of all, in order to achieve 5 stars on each level and in order to purchase upgrades that are decent, you have to replay some levels upwards of 8-10 times. One level I had to play 14 times to achieve 5 stars! There is normal and elite modes. Elite is crazy! It's VERY lengthy, the map gets confusing as they have you bouncing all over the place between mini games (LOTS of mini games) ,levels and shopping carts. It's still fun and it is a decent TM game BUT why they changed this and made it so confusing and overly busy is a mystery. If your goal is to get 5 stars on every level, be prepared because there is a problem at the end where you can't get all the points needed for the final chest. Now, the adult in me thinks that this is a weird subject matter during a pandemic. You are basically fighting viruses after a young man dies from one. The morgue levels and bio levels are a a strange offering, especially with the widow crying by his taped off cooler and others, including a baby, in isolation. I don't know if this game came out pre pandemic but I think it's a strange offering during these times and wasn't thought out.
Date published: 2020-09-12
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