CorsixTH, the open source Theme Hospital engine has a major release

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CorsixTH 0.60 has been released which features user campaigns, an in-game map editor and more. Really pleased to see it progress as TH is an absolute classic.

- User campaigns
- In game map editor
- Drug prices have an impact on patients decisions
- Variable spawn rate - The spawn rate will now take into account your hospital's reputation
- Machine smoke is now visible when machines are close to worn out.
- Right clicking the timer is now supported like in the original game for moving to affected patients
- Numpad support - The number pad can now be used to move around the map when numlock is off, or to type numbers when numlock is on, without side effects.
- The MP3 folder can now be unset from within the game. Previously after setting an mp3 folder it could only be removed by editing the config file by hand.
- Uses the proper cursor for resizing rooms.
- Bins can now be placed in the hallways.
- Temperature impact has been tweaked. The initial grace period has been removed and the overall impact has been softened.
- Custom maps can now be stored in a user directory separate from the levels shipped with the game.

It also has a bunch of bugs fixed. Check out the release post for the full info. Article taken from
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Ben 13 Jun, 2016
Downloading right now. Thrilled to see the new version :)
Segata Sanshiro 13 Jun, 2016
QuoteDrug prices have an impact on patients decisions

Wait... So like so many other things in Theme Hospital, the ability to adjust the price of every treatment and drug actually did nothing all along? Mind blown.
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