Elizabeth Find M.D.: Diagnosis Mystery, Season 2

Unravel medical mysteries in this dramatic Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game! Follow Elizabeth through an engaging storyline with her fellow doctors, staff, and some interesting sales reps! Search for clues to diagnose and solve medical problems for a variety of patients and save their lives in Elizabeth Find M.D. Diagnosis Mystery Season 2!

Only 3 cases to diagnose. It would be a shame to end it here. The graphics are very good. For me, if it is not fun to play it is not worth my time even if it is free. Yes, at times you had to return to the same scenes, sometimes more than 2x, but you were asked to look for different objects each time. Rated 5 out of 5 by Beadifferent from Love it I really love this game, I bought it after only trying it for 10 mins, there is just enough too-ing and fro-ing from scene to scene without you getting to the point where you get completely lost and forget where you are which I often do with some games LOL! It's not terribly challenging, but it's not so easy that it's dull. Knowing there's a "quiz" at the end really keeps you paying attention as you play! Note that your post won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. The storyline was interesting and up-to-date with it's excellent health care professionals versus the bottom-line administrators. The storyline is a bit corny but that was OK. We can't help you out if you write about it in your post, so click here to go to our Help pages or here to contact our Customer Support Team instead. The first game had some items that were large and out of proportion mixed with tiny objects that were impossible to find because you just couldn't recognize the item.

It would be worth the cost to buy the game. I recommend this game. I haven't seen this show, I didn't even know it existed, judging by the fact that the games only have two seasons, I would conclude that the show is no longer running but I could be wrong. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Elizabeth Find MD: Diagnosis Mystery Season 2 Season 2 has made a few improvements since the first editions. Just an all around super fun game! Note that your post won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. Click here to go to our help pages or to contact our Customer Support team instead. I want to be entertained. We can't help you out if you write about it in your post, so click here to go to our Help pages or here to contact our Customer Support Team instead. I'm not sure I would have paid for such a short game, had I known You can open up the map and visit any available location in any order, and there is a folder located to the right of the inventory bar which holds any clues or information you find on the patients you are treating. I would have given it 5 stars had it been a chapter or two longer - guess that's a backward compliment - give it a lower rating because I wanted more! The conversations between the characters is written only.

A friend recommended it to me knowing how I feel about HOS and based on her recommendation I tried both of these games in the series. I enjoyed the storyline, and solving the medical mysteries. I did not like the first one at all, but this one I really did like. Nice idea and relaxing gameplay but disappointingly short. This is the first one of the Elizabeth Find M. All in all I found it totally entertaining and enjoyable. What are bananas doing in the ambulance? However, by the time the trial ended, I was hooked and ended up buying both season one and two. Only complaint I have is that I'm going to have to wait a while to play it again so that I don't remember what the illnesses are when I replay it, lo! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Mazieday from Really enjoyed it When I first began playing, I found the very small objects annoying because they weren't clear enough to see what they were. Why is there a paddle board in the surgical suite? There were 3 cases to solve but it was still a pretty short game.

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I would suggest waiting until a sale comes Elizabrth. The story line is good and I enjoyed the bantering between some of the characters. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Selkie Moai: Build Your Dream Too Short The Season 2 was fun - hidden object with a medical slant. The objects can be found with out the need for the hint function. Be the first to write a forum post Elizabetb this game! The music? A little detail in that area could have added a lot to the game. The hint button Elizabeth Find M.D.: Diagnosis Mystery quickly. It would be worth the cost to buy the game. It's meant to be soap opera-esque, though, so I didn't expect much from it. The puzzles are not Dignosis and the HO puzzles are very easy. Yes, at times you had to return to the same scenes, sometimes more than 2x, but you were asked to look for different objects each time. I finished it in an afternoon.

However, the game play was fairly simplistic and repetitive. I liked having to figure out the diagnoses, that was interesting. The music? Will definitely try the first one and buy this one. The back story is chaff and goes no where. Write a post! I'm not sure I would have paid for such a short game, had I known Not a good value if you want something that will last awhile. Note that your review won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. For starters, the Hidden Objects are much easier to see. I rated this game a 5 because it was fun to play. The characters are also likeable though pretty generic - the latter makes it easier to "know" them right away. As I mentioned

The mini-games are decent, and I enjoyed the Myths of the World: Spirit Wolf Collectors Edition where you have to spot the differences on the x-ray. All in all I found it totally entertaining and enjoyable. Some of the puzzles were repeated a couple of times. However, the game play was fairly simplistic and repetitive. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your post. Elizabeth Find M.D.: Diagnosis Mystery finished it in an afternoon. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Mazieday from Really enjoyed it When I first began playing, I found the very small objects annoying because they weren't clear enough to see what they were.


11 thoughts on “Elizabeth Find M.D.: Diagnosis Mystery, Season 2

  1. Items that are grayed out cannot be found until an object is collected from another scene, fortunately, a window will pop up to inform you that nothing else can be done in the scene at that time, so you won't keep looking for something that's not there. I was able to follow the story and enjoy the plot. This is the first one of the Elizabeth Find M. Write a post!

  2. The graphics were great. Not a good value if you want something that will last awhile. A friend recommended it to me knowing how I feel about HOS and based on her recommendation I tried both of these games in the series. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your review.

  3. Just an all around super fun game! It's meant to be soap opera-esque, though, so I didn't expect much from it. All in all in is a great game the whole family will like and enjoy. Worth it with a Funpass but not something I would pay extra for. Rated 5 out of 5 by Beadifferent from Love it I really love this game, I bought it after only trying it for 10 mins, there is just enough too-ing and fro-ing from scene to scene without you getting to the point where you get completely lost and forget where you are which I often do with some games LOL!

  4. I recommend this game. I liked having to figure out the diagnoses, that was interesting. Note that your review won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. All in all I found it totally entertaining and enjoyable.

  5. All in all I found it totally entertaining and enjoyable. I was able to follow the story and enjoy the plot. Really not much to recommend it, other than it is not dark and dreary. I used the hint button several times since I was under the one-hour gun. Use your FunPass on this one because I don't see much replay value here and it's too short to be a good value.

  6. I did not like the first one at all, but this one I really did like. Will definitely try the first one and buy this one. It is very short and fast playing.

  7. The cases were interesting, but the overall storyline was kind of goofy. However, by the time the trial ended, I was hooked and ended up buying both season one and two. Overall a good game! The graphics are more detailed than the last game, there is no timed mode and there still aren't any voiceovers.

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  9. I liked the first one of this series too! I wished there had been at last 3 more cases to solve! Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by mspaws from Relaxing game Love HOG games with just a little bit of brain power! What are bananas doing in the ambulance? For me, if it is not fun to play it is not worth my time even if it is free.

  10. I hope there will be a season 3, very soon. The characters are also likeable though pretty generic - the latter makes it easier to "know" them right away. Use your FunPass on this one because I don't see much replay value here and it's too short to be a good value. Yes, at times you had to return to the same scenes, sometimes more than 2x, but you were asked to look for different objects each time. The graphics are more detailed than the last game, there is no timed mode and there still aren't any voiceovers.

  11. Do you have an issue with your game? I was a tad disappointed with those two aspects. As I mentioned A little detail in that area could have added a lot to the game. A friend recommended it to me knowing how I feel about HOS and based on her recommendation I tried both of these games in the series.

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