Note: This game doesn't have an optimal playing experience on Windows 10. More info. Solve a series of medical mysteries in Elizabeth Find M.D. - Diagnosis Mystery Deluxe. Join Elizabeth as she unravels the secrets to strange symptoms, determine a diagnosis, and apply the proper treatment. Scour scenes for hidden objects and play laboratory mini-games in three brain-bending cases. Find the answers hidden in Elizabeth Find M.D. - Diagnosis Mystery Deluxe today!
To much talking and not enough hunting and finding. the game was to short and the puzzles were not fun at all.
bcoflo | Added on: August 11, 2011
I love hidden object, action, and time management games and I have played so many! This game was so frustrating and not fun because the items are not responsive when clicked. Also, there are many images that look alike - for example, I was to find a flute and there was a wooden reed flute and a metal flute. Hated this game!!
sunshines1love | Added on: June 9, 2009
I love hidden object games, this one was no different. I loved the fact that you can take care of your patient, as well as find objects. I thought the game was a bit short, but the objects were hidden pretty well. A good buy.
faye1 | Added on: September 9, 2010
I really liked this game. The storyline was easy to follow and to objects aren't hard to see or to easy to find. I would recommend this game.
PipCat | Added on: March 23, 2011
Not a bad concept for a game but a bit short on play. HOs tend to repeat themselves from scene to scene and I would have liked them to be more related to the storyline. You need to take your time finding the HOs because (a) some of them are really small and (b) they are not always apparent so searching becomes a challenge. The mini games are medical related but I skipped most of them because I just couldn't get the hang of them, especially where you have to trace lines from an organ to the correct syringe in order to dispense medicine. The lines were all jumbled together which I found nearly impossible to trace. A little more instruction would also have been nice in the scenes where you're presented with pictures of objects. Took me a bit to figure out that they needed to be put back into the scene in their proper places. Some more interaction with the patients would have been nice but it wasn't necessary to figure out their illness to finish their case. Not bad for an afternoon's diversion.
BEWARE! Here is another example of an inane game with hidden objects that are in no way relative to the storyline. Its just a bunch of repeated BORING scenes. The audio hidden object scenes are the worst! The dialog is also stupid. Good thing I only paid $2.99 for this game because it's too boring to finish.
Lisa522 | Added on: November 15, 2010
This game plays out very similar to the Women's Murder Club series - except in a hospital setting. BUT, the doctors are also out doing some detective work (which is a little odd to say the least). I found the story to be just interesting enough to keep me going. You get a whole cast of characters in the hospital setting (this reminded me of WMC) and you are doing the actual hospital diagnosis work and examinations (which I thought was cool). My biggest gripe with this game is that you must be extremely precise with the clicking or it won't register or you will get a fairly severe penalty (I played in timed mode). There is a relaxed mode available. For example, when I had to take a blood sample, I'm clicking the syringe all over the patient's arm and losing 30-45 seconds off the clock for every 3rd "wrong" (you are given 10 minutes total for a scene in timed mode). I click the patient's chest and the syringe goes into his arm, no problem. Go figure. Same with checking his pupils - I'm clicking on his eyes in general but I had to really pinpoint the exact pixel that was his eye in order for it to "take". The mini puzzles I found to be quite difficult. I ended up having to skip the inject the dye one - I was lucky to get 3 right, let alone 10! Add to that that you're being timed (maybe it is different for the puzzles in relaxed mode). The infected cells thing I felt like I was playing a TM game to keep up! Again, this may be untimed in relaxed mode. Anyway, I've always loved the WMC series and this reminds me of it just enough to buy it. My full hour was spent on case 1 (which I did not yet finish) and there are 2 other cases following this one so seems like the length of the game should be decent.
This is a very good game. It's well written, I enjoyed the story line. The hidden object screens get repetitive, but the objects aren't hard to see or to easy to find. They add a couple puzzles but one was so easy and the other was very hard (at least for me) This is the first game where I have run across a find what makes this sound puzzle. I would recommend this game.
zuludawn13 | Added on: September 29, 2009
I thoroughly enjoyed this game! I really like the medical detective aspects and the storyline was rather typical but at least it held you a bit. Wish it could have gone on a bit longer though. All in all a fun play!
koolkaak | Added on: March 31, 2011
Long on dialog, short on content. The game itself is very limited, the mini games are lame. It's more a shut the heck up game than a hidden object game.
hankysis3 | Added on: April 20, 2011
I completed one case, and felt I had read a book instead of playing a game. Way too much reading. Some hidden objects are not clear, so finding them is irritating. The mini games were tough. I was able to follow the lines to the organs, but typing the blood, not so good. This is one of those games that just needs to be revamped. Great idea - too many obstacles to success.