Summary: Imagine - Family Doctor centers around a new doctor running her own practice. She tends to patients, moves up in skill to earn new treatments and tools to diagnose and shuts down a health scam. The plot is a little slow to develop but once it starts, smaller children will probably be interested. (Teens and adults, not so much) I completed this game fairly quickly, just a few hours.
Summary: I bought this game after I went to the doctor . I do not like going to the doctor but I really really like this game ! The people do look a lot alike just different color shirts and hair . They do seem to have all the same problem sometimes . It is always fun to unlock each level and get new tools like x-rays and things your patients need to get better . You can decorate your room after you buy things from your friends new store .
Summary: My 8 y.o. daughter LOVES this game - it has been the going favorite since we bought it a couple weeks ago, and we'd bought a couple others at the same time. I'm a nurse practitioner and she's at the age where she wants to do what Mommy does. She loves that this game lets her see patients and give them treatments like mommy does. The interactions with patients and the interventions are not at all accurate or close to reality.
Summary: I purchased this game for my daughter who wants to be a doctor. She's 8 years old and really likes this game. She plays it at least once a week. It has a lot of reading so I would save it for the older kids, but probably not over age 10.
Summary: I thought this game was a lot if fun at first, but then I finished the game. I have played this game about 10 times from the beginning and then restarted. The free mode is not as much fun as the story mode. Its an ok game.