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Two Point Studios and SEGA are celebrating it coming up for two years since Two Point Hospital released, so it's on a pretty big discount and a free weekend so you can try it for a few days.

Created as a spiritual successor to the much loved Theme Hospital, by some of the original team too, Two Point Hospital is quite the worthy successor. It's colourful, modern, funny and about exactly what you expect in a hospital management sim. With the added online features that has people work together, it's quite wonderful.

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Really, Two Point Hospital is quite the casual game. A management and building game for players who don't want a lot of the tedious features that usually come with the genre, it's actually pretty streamlined and relaxing to play through.

Start small, gradually build up a big hospital and earn lots of cash and optimize your layout to reduce waiting times, research more, unlock new items and loop. It's satisfying. That is, until you get an emergency and you're suddenly overflowing with clowns or other unspeakable horrors.

Note: if you find some graphical issues in the Linux version, turning off Ambient Occlusion usually fixes it.

You can buy Two Point Hospital from Humble Store and Steam, both with 70% off and there's a Free Weekend for it on Steam right now. The sale lasts longer on the Humble Store.

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lucinos 29 Aug, 2020
if someone wants to gift it to a friend, how is ti done? The problem is that it shows as in library of the friend because of the free weekend. Uninstall does not remove from library.

edit: I think I found a nice workaround. It is also on humble bundle.


Last edited by lucinos on 29 August 2020 at 1:28 pm UTC
JJNova 30 Aug, 2020
Quoting: lucinosedit: I think I found a nice workaround. It is also on humble bundle.

If purchased on the Humble Store, is it a download or a steam code?
lucinos 31 Aug, 2020
Quoting: JJNovaIf purchased on the Humble Store, is it a download or a steam code?
steam code only. When there is drm-free download they say so. for example:

https://www.humblebundle.com/store/hollow-knight
gives both drm-free download and steam.
JJNova 12 Sep, 2020
Quoting: lucinossteam code only. When there is drm-free download they say so.

Thanks for that tidbit. I got burned in the past and guess I just never noticed the DRM-Free icon.
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