Thursday, May 18, 2017

Heart's Medicine: Hospital Heat Walkthrough and Tips



Heart's Medicine: Hospital Heat is a time management game where you play as Allison, a hospital intern, in various locations, serving patients in a variety of ways.  This game has challenge levels as well as regular story levels, and includes mini games.

Basics:
This game offers a very nice tutorial at the beginning.  Even if you are very familiar with time management games, I recommend you play through the tutorial to accustom yourself to the gameplay.

Game hints are also available and will walk you through any new features of the game.

Tip: If you put something on your tray that you don't want, click on it to remove it.

The score is calculated by the amount of hearts you earn over the course of the shift.  Patients arrive with a certain number of hearts.  When you check out a patient, you earn the number of hearts the patient then has.  You must work quickly to keep the patients from loosing hearts.  "Quick action", "quick assign",  and "quick treatment" will cause the patient to gain a heart.  The mini games will also gain hearts for the patients.  Waiting too long or loosing a mini game will cause a patient to loose a heart.



Bonuses: Checking out two patients in a row gives you a +1 bonus, three or more patients in a row gives a  bonus  of +2 at checkout.
Gold heart patients give an addition bonus of +1 at checkout.  Treating multiple patients in a row gives a Treatment Chain bonus of +1 per patient.
You can also earn an extra heart by getting a quick bonus.  The color on the thought balloon shows the quick bonus; when all the color is drained out, the bonus is gone.

Each level offers a challenge which is a bonus task to be completed.  You can still pass the level without completing the challenge, but if you do complete it you will gain a diamond at the end of the level.  Hearts are also added to your score for completing a challenge.

There are five Challenge Levels per department.  These do not advance the story and may be skipped if you wish, but if you do complete it you will gain up to three diamonds (depending on your score) at the end of the level.  Oliver the guinea pig is not in the challenge levels.

For each challenge you complete (regular level or challenge level), you will earn diamonds.  These are used to purchase decorations for Allison's apartment.

For each star you earn when you complete a level, you will earn 100 credits of shopping money.  This will allow you to upgrade the departments in the Shop.  You do not earn shopping money from completing challenge levels.  You will need to replay levels to earn enough money for all the upgrades.

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Dr. Cares - Pet Rescue 911 Walkthrough and Tips



The Basics:
Dr. Cares is a time management game that centers around pet care.  If you have played any of the Delicious or Fabulous games, you will have a good idea of how it works.  If not, be sure to play the excellent tutorial at the beginning of the first level.

Customers order and pay for products. When a customer is waiting to pay you will see an image of bills and coins. The higher the customer happiness, the greater the price paid. Customers with three coins next to the money stack are ecstatic and are paying the highest amount. When a customer becomes mad, no coins will be beside the money. A very angry customer will have a thunder cloud beside their head.

 Doing the same action twice or three times in a row (combo or chain) will help you achieve higher scores. Combos can be earned by having two or three orders prepared on your tray, and serving them to the customers without an interruption to do another task. If you serve two in a row, you get a bonus of +10 and a bonus of +15 for three customers in a row. Checking out two in a row gets a bonus of +15; three in a row will gain a  bonus of +30. Clean two stations in a row for a bonus of +10; cleaning three in a row earns a bonus of +15.  You will earn a bonus of +10 for serving a complete order of two or three products to a customer. There is also a "clean clinic" bonus of +100 that can be earned at the end of the level if all your stations are clean or being cleaned before you check out your last customer.

 How to remove an product from your tray: If you make a mistake and put something on your tray that you don't need, click on it and it will be removed from the tray.

The score for the story levels is measured in one, two, or three stars, depending on the amount of points you earn. You will win the level as long as you earn one star. The challenge levels have a set amount that must be met, without the option of earning more than one star.
Tip: If you can't reach three stars on a level, you can change the difficulty to a lower setting under the main menu and retry the level.

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Fabulous: Angela's High School Reunion Walkthrough and Tips




Fabulous: Angela's High School Reunion


The Basics
Fabulous: Angela's High School Reunion is a time management game made by the creators of the Delicious game series, and the game play is exactly the same except that Angela (Emily's sister) works in the fashion industry instead of in a restaurant.  If you've played the Delicious games, you'll have no problem picking up this game.  If not, you'll want to play the excellent tutorial at the beginning of the first level.

Note: If you are familiar with the Delicious series, you will know Angela's story and will notice that this game (and the previous two games) makes some changes to her history, as well as to her appearance.

Customers order and pay for products.  When a customer is waiting to pay you will see an image of bills and coins.  The higher the customer happiness, the greater the price paid.  Unfortunately, the customers don't have happiness levels shown by a number of hearts next to them as many other games do, so you have to pay attention to customer facial expressions and the amount they are going to pay to know how they are feeling. Customers with three coins next to the money stack are ecstatic and are paying the highest amount.  When a customer becomes mad, no coins will be beside the money.  A very angry customer will have a thunder cloud beside their head.

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Maggie's Movies - Camera, Action! Walkthrough and Tips


The Basics:
Maggie's Movies - Camera, Action! is a time management game in which you prepare food and serve it to customers.  This game contains an excellent tutorial at the beginning of the first level.

Tip: You can turn off game hints in the settings menu.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Mary le Chef – Cooking Passion: Walkthrough and Tips




Surprise visit from Emily
The Basics: Mary le Chef -- Cooking Passion is a time management game in which you prepare food and serve it to customers.  This game contains an excellent tutorial at the beginning of the first level.  If you are an experienced player of the Delicious game series, you can skip it, but I advise players less familiar with this type of game to play it through.  


Customers order food and pay for it.   Click on the product requested, then click on the customer to serve it.  Some items require multiple actions.  Counter customers will immediately check out, while table customers take time to eat.
Tip: If you make a mistake and put something on your tray that you don't need, click on it and it will be removed from the tray.



When a customer is waiting to pay you will see an image of bills and coins; the coins represent the tip.  The higher the customer happiness--the more hearts a customer has--the greater the tip.  

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Amazing World: Fishing Guide and Fish Locations

Please note: the information in this guide is based solely on my own experience.  I am not affiliated with Amazing World in any way.

How to Fish:
Buy a fishing rod from Sinker and equip it in the "My Zings" dress up room.
Click on any water.
When the red and white sinker begins to sparkle, click on it.
Sparkling Sinker















Thursday, October 20, 2016

"Delicious: Emily's Christmas Carol" Walkthrough and Tips





The Basics: Delicious: Emily's Christmas Carol is a time management game in which you prepare food and serve it to customers.  This game contains an excellent tutorial at the beginning of the first level.  If you are an experienced player of the Delicious games, you can skip it, but I advise players less familiar with the Delicious games to play it through.  Game hints are also provided, to explain new features.  These hints can be turned off in the settings menu.


Customers order food and pay for it.   Click on the product requested, then click on the customer to serve it.  Some items require multiple actions.  Counter customers will immediately check out, while table customers take time to eat.
Tip: If you make a mistake and put something on your tray that you don't need, click on it and it will be removed from the tray.