The games from GameHouse are my guilty pleasure. I enjoyed this one a lot and most of the achievements will unlock for just playing the game. It takes around 13,5h to complete this game.
Approximate amount of time to 100%: 13,5h
Estimated achievement difficulty: 5/10
Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1
Is there a good guide available: You don’t need a guide
Multiplayer achievements: No
Missable achievements: No
Grinding Achievements: No
DLC-Only achievements: No
Time-gated achievements: No
Does difficulty affect achievements: No, you can play on the easiest difficulty
Unobtainable/glitched achievements: No
The games from GameHouse are like soap opera to me. The story is a bit cheesy, I want to scream at some characters to not do something so stupid, but I’m always enjoying the story. It kinda feels like a guilty pleasure. This isn’t any different in this game, including screaming at the screen to the main character at one particular point.
This is a time management game with a heavy focus on the story. It is a direct sequel to the game “Heart’s Medicine – Time to Heal” and goes on where that game left off. This story has an amazing ending, but the story will keep on going in the third installment which will release in a few weeks.
If you’re familiar with GameHouse games you know the kind of achievements it has. A lot of them you’ll unlock for just playing the game. The ones to focus on are the ones where you need to get everything on each level. Which means 3 stars, completing the challenge, and finding “Oliver”.
This review is written on 25 June 2020 based on the Steam version which has 21 achievement when I write this review. The information can be outdated when developers add or remove achievements.