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Two Point Hospital - Game of the Week

My game of the week this week is Two Point Hospital by Two Point Studios.


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

Fun Little Fact

The game was designed and developed by some of the original creators of Theme Hospital including Mark Webley and Gary Carr who had both been over at Lionhead Studios playing key roles before leaving to form the new Two Points Studios and getting a publishing deal with SEGA.


This amusing business simulator offers a similar style to that of the gameplay in the 90s classic theme hospital in which players design and operate a privately owned hospital with the goal of curing fictitious conical illnesses.

Two Points Hospital is in no way just a remastered edition with a different name, many of the game features have been improved and adapt based on current gameplay. There are also new elements such as the star ratings and hospital levels.


Styling wise it's pretty standard for this type of simulation game apart from it's fictional illnesses as they have the expected comical animations.

Tips and Tricks

Although I do joke about the use of plants within this game, I'd actually say that's my top tip. Make sure you've got a good coverage of them as they provoke happiness in both your patients and staff.

Final ThoughtsThere is something for everyone in this game, whether your a fan of simulators and fancy a new one, just out for a good laugh or want to relive some of the amusing moments of the 90s hit this one is definitely for you.



Steam - Minimum System Requirements

Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system

OS: Windows 7 64-bit

Processor: Intel Core i3 6100 or AMD FX-4350

Memory: 4 GB RAM

Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GT 1030, 2GB (Legacy: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460), AMD RX550, 2GB (Legacy: AMD Radeon HD 6850), Integrated: Intel HD Graphics 630

DirectX: Version 11

Storage: 5 GB available space

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