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Two Point Hospital for MacBook
2019 comes with great news for all the MacBooks and iMacs owners. Another game called Two Point Hospital for MacBook is now here and can be played on all Macintosh computers. It is a business simulation game, developed by Two Point Studios and published by Sega. In the game, you have to construct and operate several hospitals in a fictional place, Two Point Country. Another important task is to cure patients with fictitious as well as comical ailments.
Two Point Hospital for MacBook is so much fun! Like in real life, there are many tasks and activities in the hospitals. So you assume the role of a hospital manager. Some of your tasks are to build rooms, hire doctors, nurses and eliminate comical illnesses. While playing the game, you are going to notice unique and comical conditions. For instance, you will see ”Light-Headedness” which is a light bulb for a head.
About the patients we can say they have different diagnosis. First they are in a GP’s Office and after this they are send in another room for more diagnosis or treatment. Once in a while, emergencies may occur so this means they are priorities. An important aspect is the reputation rating which is able to influence the chances for new patients to choose your hospitals.
Two Point Hospital for MacBook REQUIREMENTS
- RAM: 4 GB
- Free Disk Space: 30 GB
- OS X Version: 10.10 & up
- Processor: i5
Two Point Hospital for MacBook DOWNLOAD
This game is available to download via two different methods. Both are up and working, torrent is faster and direct is the simpler method. Once downloaded, simply extract game folder from .dmg file. Have fun!
More Game Details:
In Two Point Hospital for MacBook there is a set of objectives for each hospital. For example curing a specific number of patients or earning a fixed sum of money. An interesting thing is that sometimes when a patient dies, he turns into a ghost. Along with that, he terrorizes the other patients and also the staff. It is kinda scary to see ghosts floating in the hospitals but janitors are able to remove them.