The graphics seen in the game are good, I'm happy with them. They're not so bad that they take away any fun, or so good that they distract you from working towards your goal, they're in the middle. In my years of gaming, I've played a lot of different games, but I've only seen a few games with a graphic style like this one- Cartoony, 3D, and simple. Not very detailed, but you get the point.
Controlling the game is also very simple, much like the rest of the game, which is not very complicated. You simply use your mouse to take patients to the next place they need to go, by clicking and holding the left mouse button and dropping them, for example, on the ambulance to go to another hospital. The keyboard isn't used at all. The level starts out with your patients walking in through the main entrance (duh) and sitting down in one of the chairs. You then take them to the desk, where they are diagnosed. Then you drag them to a bed, ambulance,or operating chair, and when they're done, they walk out of the hospital. You then fix and make the bed they were in, or clean up whatever mess they left where they were attended to by your staff.
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What can I say? Because my parents were both gamers at some point in there lives, it was in my blood to be a gamer, and we owned a Super Nintendo, it wasn't hard for me to pick up the Super Nintendo controller and start clicking away... The SNES was my first love. The N64, PC, GameBoy Advance, PS2, and PSP follow and suit, in that order. The first games I ever played were Super Mario Bros. 1-3, including the Lost Levels, Super Mario World, Donkey Kong Country 1, and Super Empire Strikes Back, and ever once in a while, I'll still pick up a controller and play... But my love for gaming has matured since then, into a love of just about anything gaming. In-particular, Sony and PC gaming. I've never been a fan of Xbox, and the PlayStation 2 was always there for me when the Xbox wasn't... And after GameBoys came and gone, I'll still play a GameBoy when I get the chance, although my portable gaming taste has gone from Nintendo to Sony, the GameBoy Advance is still better than all the rest. My love for PC gaming has also grown as I learn and understand more about the personal computer and what it can do, along with the limitless possibilities that come with PC gaming. With this kind of history, I'm a gamer for life.