Operation Mania
System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows 2000 / Windows XP
  • 700 MHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Operation Mania 

Take over the craziest ER around in Operation Mania, a zany twist on the classic family board game. Help Dr. Humorus manage the mayhem when patients come in with some of the strangest ailments in healthcare history, including Butterflies in the Stomach, Bats in the Belfry, Broken Hearts and more in five unique hospitals. Admit patients, diagnose their ailments, and perform surgeries in fun mini-games! Featuring two great game modes, hilarious characters, helpful upgrades, and more, Operation Mania will leave you in stitches!

  • Unlimited Play
  • 35 Challenging Levels
  • 5 Unique Hospitals
  • Original Mini-Games
  • Inspired by the Classic Board Game
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Reviews of Operation Mania
 | Added on: August 24, 2009
This is one of my top three favorite TM games. If you played the original board game, or even if you didn't, you'll enjoy this! Run yourself ragged at a frenzied pace while treating patients, performing operations, x-rays, etc. Play elective mini-games during surgeries for extra points - they're humorous and fun too. Very enjoyable and entertaining!
 | Added on: August 2, 2010
Played half hour of the demo on this one tonight. I thought this would be more of an arcade type game but instead it is more like a time management game. You play a doctor in an emergency room. Patients come in and you must match them at the registration desk by the color of their shirts in order to achieve chaining bonuses. Some (rare) don't need surgery at all. Most do. You also get chaining bonuses for treating the same color shirts on the matching operating table or for doing the same actions in a row (2 x registration desk, for example). When it comes time for surgery, you can let the doctor do it, or you can try for bonus points by doing it yourself. If you do it yourself, you are solving the ailments from the board game Operation - each is a mini game centered on the ailment in question. Water on the knee (catching raindrops in a bucket), Tennis elbow (you must hit tennis balls while balls & pineapples are tossed your way), Monkey wrench (this was the easiest and was basically like the shell game), a few others but most of the time I let the doctor do it. It is more profitable to do the mini games but they get kinda old fast. As you get more money, you move up the ranks from Intern to Doctor to Specialist, etc. You also can buy upgrades but most are extremely expensive so you cannot afford them for a while. Game is not bad - it would be entertaining to play for a while but I just wasn't fascinated enough with it to keep playing. I'd give it 3.5 out of 5 stars.
 | Added on: September 15, 2009
This game is wonderfully creative and will make folks smile at the beautiful puns and wickedly fast pace. And there is not a drop of blood or severed limb to be seen, although occasionally, a patient will go to the great beyond with a flatline and a harp, so I'd say that kids would be able to enjoy this game too. However, there are some serious flaws that require fixing before I can encourage buying this game. First off, every patient has a timer. Timer runs out and the patient codes. Emergency cases have faster timers and demand the player/doctor's personal attention through a mini-game. The problem is that the patient timers DO NOT STOP when a mini-game is in progress. So what, you say? Well, if you've got four emergency cases, two more patients who need an x-ray, two more who need surgery, and another two who require a bed and diagnostic, you are going to wind up with several people on the brink of death because of having to administer a personal touch to the four crisis cases. And while I like tension as much as the next time management fan, it's annoying to hear someone code while I'm working on yet another emergency surgery. Then there are the mini game/surgeries themselves. Funny? Yes indeedy. Slightly broken? Sadly, yes. Most of these games require a very deft touch to earn a perfect score and many was the time that I cursed at my screen because I my shop-vac or hanky (try the game, you'll laugh too) was exactly where it should be, but still hurt the patient. And don't get me started on the writer's cramp. Being faced with a solid wall of ouch is not a good time. Maybe these flaws can be gotten past by more forgiving folks than I but they put a serious scar on the game for me. Final word: try it first and if you can endure the frustration, enjoy.
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