Fever Frenzy Reviewed
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story
Applelinks is offering a new review of Rainbow Creature's Fever Frenzy. The game takes place during a time when an unknown disease strikes the Earth. The player takes the role of one of the two game characters, trying to cure the patients and fighting back the virus at the same time through a series of minigames. Applelinks gave the game a diagnosis of 5 out of 5.
Fever Frenzy is certainly a frenzy of epic point and click madness. Every patient must be escorted through the expected sequence of events. First, they must be "diagnosed" with a blood pressure machine. Then, you drag them to a bed, preferably one that matches their outfit, earning you a score bonus. After a brief respite, their symptoms reappear and you rush to their bedside (prompt responses help your score) to draw up a prescription, which must be taken to the pharmacy. Soon enough, the prescription must be delivered to the patient, who then begins recovery. Finally, you check the healed patient out of the hospital and change the sheets, ready for the next patient. Simple as that. Click over to the site below to read the rest of the review.
Applelinks: Fever Frenzy Review
But not really. Patients can be, after all, impatient. And if at any point you don't meet their needs quickly enough, their happiness goes down (and if you start out looking like a scarecrow, it might be that your happiness isn't so high to start with) and they will pay you less at the conclusion of treatment. If only we had this choice in our medical system! They could choose to leave you altogether, sticking you with the bill. So be prompt, and keep their happiness meters high.
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