Summary: At first the game was really good and I enjoyed it and kept levelling up but after a while it gets very repetitive. Once you ave had one customer with one illness, that's it, you'll keep getting the same type of illness. The graphics are very basic and the characters are all the same. Also, if you leave work or your home there is always only one place on your map that it will let you go to!
Summary: This is a great game that has kept my 9 year old occupied for hours. She says some parts can get a bit repetitive but overall it is good fun to play and is addictive trying to complete the week.
Summary: Bought this game for my daughter and she loves it. Like all the other imagine games they finish too quick but this one does not. My daughter loves it she always plays it and I would recommend it to anyone age 8 to 12.
Summary: We're certainly enjoying the games. It's probably giving me more opportunities to talk to the children (aged 10 and 6) about health and different medications for different complaints. Putting the the pills in the pill box is one of their favourite activities as it reminds them of their grandfather's pill box! A good buy!
Summary: At first the game seems interesting and fun, but it is the same repetitive task throughout. I would say that a 5 year old would find it interesting and no age above - the storyline goes nowhere and you find yourself just wanting each scenario to end as you know the next one is going to be exactly the same; I bought this at the age of 14 and I loathe it. Will be selling it, awful game.