War Hospital will call on both your strategic thinking and your selflessness, as you try to save as many lives as possible by allocating your scant resources wisely, while rallying your staff overwhelmed by the horrors of war.
You play a British army medic assigned to run a field hospital in a fictitious town in northern France. Make the best decisions you can under the worst of conditions, manage a continuous flow of patients, improve your facilities, send your scouts to discover new opportunities for survival and face your worst enemy: the unexpected. In War Hospital, your moral principles are put to the test, and your strategy will have to cope not only with reality but also with emotional factors. Your pattern of behaviour, your successes and failures will lead you to one of the multiple possible end scenarios.
War Hospital features
War Hospital can boast the following features:
A documented game, particularly thanks to its partnership with London’s Imperial War Museum.
A perfect balance between real-time strategy and survival game
Simultaneous management of a host of resources of varied usefulness
Choices with short and long-term consequences
A morale system affecting the behaviour of the medical teams
Individual stories with complex implications
Humanised units, varied in their workings and impacts
Multiple distinct end scenarios
A system of trenches desperate for recovered soldiers to face the enemy