Elizabeth Find MD: Diagnosis Mystery

Welcome to the life and death drama of the Emergency Room! Follow a team of young doctors and their mentor, Monica Roberts as you unravel a seemingly insoluble problem to provide the key clues for treatment and diagnosis. Analyze the disease in labs, collect clues, and analyze symptoms to save lives in Elizabeth Find, M.D.: Diagnosis Mystery!


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I'm giving it four stars because I enjoyed the plot. After about 15 minutes, I didn't even want to continue. It takes away from the feel and atmosphere of the game and makes it all seem so fake. Date published: Rated 3 Solitaire Stories: The Quest for Seeta of 5 by StarSeeker from Objects that aren't even relevant to the scenes I liked the 2nd one better, it was a little more organized than this one. Date published: Rated 1 out of Pet Hotel Tycoon by Dylanandlukesmum from Was not impressed I found it Mytery. For me, if it is not fun to play it is not worth my time even if it is free. Based on the sound, you then click on the object that makes that sound. Still, I do hope they make a third one! Only 3 Elizabeth Find MD: Diagnosis Mystery to diagnose. I found it more of an irritant than anything. HO scenes, Mystsry comprise the majority of the game, are straightforward and easy. Storyline interesting. For example, the item in red may say "reflex" so you switch to your medical bag to select the reflex hammer, and then use that reflex hammer on the patients knee to get his or her reflex reaction. The storyline is a bit corny but that was OK. Objects are clearly defined and the mini puzzles were fairly easy to solve.

The graphics were great. This is the first one of the Elizabeth Find M. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by mspaws from Nice game This is a HOG with a couple of puzzles at the lab that I was not too keen on. Graphics are great. The MRI one, where you have to follow lines between two points because the lines were very fuzzy and hard to follow. Overall a good game! Storyline interesting. Story line is boring and unnecessary at best. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by StarSeeker from Objects that aren't even relevant to the scenes I liked the 2nd one better, it was a little more organized than this one. The characters had a lot of character, pun intended. I wanted to find out what happened with Freddy but you can only do so much with 1 hour. Some of the items are so small that they cannot be recognized, which makes it a frustrating game in my opinion. Be the first to write a forum post about this game! Will definitely try the first one and buy this one. The music?

Do you have an issue with your game? Not hard, although some of the sounds were short and I had 1001 Nights: The Adventures of Sindbad play them a couple of times to Elizabeth Find MD: Diagnosis Mystery it out. I liked having to figure out the diagnoses, Hospital Manager was interesting. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Elizabeth Find MD: Diagnosis Mystery Apparently this tv series was picked up for at least a second season, but the game itself probably shouldn't. 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 Lovely Kitchen instead. It's an ok game, I've played worse. Objects are easy to see, can have on time mode or no time limits. Not a good value if you want something that will last awhile.


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The game was pretty short, even with 3 cases to solve. Based on the sound, you then click on the object that makes that sound. The storyline is a bit corny but that was OK. I did run into something I had never seen before; a hidden object scene where the list of items to find were based on audio clues. I would suggest waiting until a sale comes along. I rated this game a 5 because it was fun to play. The characters had a lot of character, pun intended. Their conversations, of which there were many, were humorous. Some of the items are so small that they cannot be recognized, which makes it a frustrating game in my opinion. Submit Thank you for writing a review! Write a post! All in all in is a great game the whole family will like and enjoy. Click here to go to our help pages or to contact our Customer Support team instead. There are 3 cases to solve and they are all tied together in the end.

The hint button refills quickly. Click here to go to our help pages or to contact our Customer Support team instead. Overall a good game! The graphics are great and I didn't feel the need to use the hint button at all. But let's try and keep the objects relevant to the story line, shall we? It was somewhat fast-paced which is relaxing for me. It's an ok game, I've played worse. This game is based almost entirely on Hidden Object Scenes with a dash of comedy. It was kind of fun, but I'm glad I used a coupon to get it. It also had to much reading personally for me. Some of the items are so small that they cannot be recognized, which makes it a frustrating game in my opinion. But that is a lot of reading and not that much playing.

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. Game was helpful when stumped. Besides the centapedes and dragons what was up with all the baby bottles? During a Hidden Object Scene, you are tasked with finding several listed items, the items in red require you to switch tabs, from items to your medical bag. I rated this game a 5 because it was fun to play. The MRI one, where you have to follow lines between two points because the lines were very fuzzy and hard to follow. This game is based almost entirely on Hidden Object Scenes with a dash of comedy. Date published: But that is a lot of reading and not that much playing. There was a lot of medical information included, which was interesting, but, again, meant a lot of reading. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by Dylanandlukesmum from Was not impressed I found it boring. Fair warning, this game does warn of mild language, and reference of smoking and blood, so if any of that bothers you, steer clear entirely.

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  1. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by Dylanandlukesmum from Was not impressed I found it boring. I would have liked it better if they would have had real actors voices instead of me having to read all the info. For beginners or more experienced players. This game is based almost entirely on Hidden Object Scenes with a dash of comedy.

  2. HO scenes, which comprise the majority of the game, are straightforward and easy. I liked having to figure out the diagnoses, that was interesting. The storyline is a bit corny but that was OK. The MRI one, where you have to follow lines between two points because the lines were very fuzzy and hard to follow. The game is ok for a rainy day if you want something to do that doesn't take much thought, but I really don't get having to find oars and komodo dragons inside a hospital room.

  3. I don't know if this is based on a TV show, but it has that feel. Storyline interesting. Most of the game takes place in an emergency room, at Leighton-Sands Hospital located in Chicago Illinois. I would have liked it better if they would have had real actors voices instead of me having to read all the info.

  4. It was kind of fun, but I'm glad I used a coupon to get it. Date published: Nice idea and relaxing gameplay but disappointingly short.

  5. It was somewhat fast-paced which is relaxing for me. The storyline is a bit corny but that was OK. Besides the centapedes and dragons what was up with all the baby bottles? The objects were easy to find for some of the items and others needed some thought. Graphics are great.

  6. The characters had a lot of character, pun intended. The conversations between the characters is written only. Note that your review won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. I like reading, so I didn't mind reading the dialogue; I'd much rather read it than have to hear bad voice acting.

  7. I like reading, so I didn't mind reading the dialogue; I'd much rather read it than have to hear bad voice acting. Personally, I have never even heard of this tv show, and have no idea whether or not the show made it past the second season. The storyline was interesting and up-to-date with it's excellent health care professionals versus the bottom-line administrators. All in all in is a great game the whole family will like and enjoy. Close Forum posts about Elizabeth Find M.

  8. Two of the puzzles gave me a hard time. Only 3 cases to diagnose. The characters do not make any sounds. I will not be buying this game.

  9. I was able to complete the first patient's diagnosis before my time ran out. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by mspaws from Nice game This is a HOG with a couple of puzzles at the lab that I was not too keen on. I like reading, so I didn't mind reading the dialogue; I'd much rather read it than have to hear bad voice acting. I want to be entertained. This is the first one of the Elizabeth Find M.

  10. Kind of reminded me of the radio contests where a sound was played and you called in to guess the item and get a prize. It's an ok game, I've played worse. It is a kid friendly game. Their conversations, of which there were many, were humorous. As I mentioned

  11. Click here to go to our help pages or to contact our Customer Support team instead. Storyline interesting. No one's written about Elizabeth Find M. This is the first one of the Elizabeth Find M.

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