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!

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. Diagnosing the patient was original and fun. Enjoyed finding useful objects in different locations and via a map vs. I was able to complete the first patient's diagnosis before my time ran out. I hope there will be a season 3, very soon. 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! Discuss with other players! It is, however, ridiculously short. The characters were very engaging, the mini games were pretty interesting, and you do learn some things. The graphics were great. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by mspaws from Relaxing game Love HOG games with just a little bit of brain power! I liked having to figure out the diagnoses, that was interesting. The story line is good and I enjoyed the bantering between some of the characters. However, by the time the trial ended, I was hooked and ended up buying both season one and two. Not a good value if you want something that will last awhile.

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Really made you use your brain to remember all the symptoms, etc. I recommend this game. I'm not sure I would have paid for such a short game, had I known Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Selkie from Too Short The game was fun - hidden object with a medical slant. 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. It was also very short. However, the game play was fairly simplistic and repetitive. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Kriskel from It was ok This game was not challenging. Submit Thank you for writing a post! The characters were very engaging, the mini games were pretty interesting, and you do learn some things. However, by the time the trial ended, I was hooked and ended up buying both season one and two. This is the first one of the Elizabeth Find M. I liked the first one of this series too! The characters do not make any sounds. It's meant to be soap opera-esque, though, so I didn't expect much from it.

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. Submit Thank you for writing a post! I was a tad disappointed with those two aspects. All in all a clever little game! Some of the puzzles were repeated a couple of times. The storyline was interesting and up-to-date with it's excellent health care professionals versus the bottom-line administrators. 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. If you are a fan of HO's this will be the game for you. The graphics are very good. I was able to follow the story and enjoy the plot. Discuss with other players! The conversations between the characters is written only. Really not much to recommend it, other than it is not dark and dreary. All in all in is a great game the whole family will like and enjoy. I liked the first game better.

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Enjoyed finding useful objects in different locations and via a map vs. I thoroughly enjoyed the review of the patient at the end of each segment. It was also very short. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Kriskel from It was ok This game was not challenging. Write a post! The characters do not make any sounds. It is such a nice change from all of the other dark, occultic games. I was a tad disappointed with those two aspects. The graphics are very good. Items that are grayed out cannot be found until an object is collected from another scene, fortunately, a window Legendary Mahjong pop up to inform you that nothing else can be done in Sparkle 2 scene at Season 2 time, Nemos Secret: Vulcania you won't keep looking for something that's not there. Game was helpful when stumped. Be the first to write a forum post about this game! All in all in is a great game the whole family will like and enjoy. 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!

Like the characters. 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! Be the first to write a forum post about this game! The reason I gave it a four instead of five was because the mini-game of the blood test was a pain. The graphics are more detailed than the last game, there is no timed mode and there still aren't any voiceovers. I liked having to figure out the diagnoses, that was interesting. The graphics were great. It's not terribly challenging, but it's not so easy that it's dull. All in all a clever little game! For starters, the Hidden Objects are much easier to see. I thoroughly enjoyed the review of the patient at the end of each segment. The storyline is a bit corny but that was OK. I was able to complete the first patient's diagnosis before my time ran out. It is such a nice change from all of the other dark, occultic games. The back story is chaff and goes no where.

Only 3 cases to diagnose. Do you have an issue with your game? The graphics were great. Nice idea and relaxing gameplay but disappointingly short. You can open up the map and visit any available location in any order, and there is a folder located to the right of Chronicles of Albian: The Magic Convention inventory bar which holds any clues or information you find on the patients you are treating. Submit Thank you for writing a review! However, by the time the trial ended, I was hooked and ended up Pet Hotel Tycoon both season one and two. Write a post! I enjoyed the storyline, and solving the medical mysteries. If you are a fan of HO's Battle Slots will be the game for you. The objects were easy to find for some of the items and others needed some thought. 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 Battle Slots can be done in the scene at that time, so you won't keep looking for something that's not Elizabeth Find M.D.: Diagnosis Mystery. It is a kid friendly game. The characters are also likeable though pretty generic - the latter makes it easier to "know" them right away.


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

  1. 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. Note that your post won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. The graphics are great and I didn't feel the need to use the hint button at all.

  2. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by mspaws from Relaxing game Love HOG games with just a little bit of brain power! It also has you finding objects over and over in the same place. I wished there had been at last 3 more cases to solve!

  3. All in all I found it totally entertaining and enjoyable. The objects can be found with out the need for the hint function. The characters are also likeable though pretty generic - the latter makes it easier to "know" them right away.

  4. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your post. It also has you finding objects over and over in the same place. The graphics are more detailed than the last game, there is no timed mode and there still aren't any voiceovers. Close Forum posts about Elizabeth Find M. All in all in is a great game the whole family will like and enjoy.

  5. All in all in is a great game the whole family will like and enjoy. I rated this game a 5 because it was fun to play. Knowing there's a "quiz" at the end really keeps you paying attention as you play!

  6. The hint button refills quickly. Objects are clearly defined and the mini puzzles were fairly easy to solve. Enjoyed finding useful objects in different locations and via a map vs. I enjoyed the storyline, and solving the medical mysteries.

  7. Nice pleasant HO to play for beginners and more advanced players with easy to see objects. The graphics are very good. 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 had it done in a few hours, which makes me glad I have FunPass and didn't buy it. All in all a clever little game!

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