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About Theme Hospital


Theme Hospital

Theme Hospital is a tongue-in-cheek hospital simulation game developed by Bullfrog in 1999.

You start the game with a empty hospital which you can sculpt into your very own hospital, you must hire and organize your staff, drop facilities for patients and staff and manage finances. The game is filled with plenty of humor, hilarious diseases such as invisibility and bloated head make the game less serious and more fun.

The game was a massive success when it was released, and is still widely played by fans, but the game has also been re-released many times on various consoles and platforms.

There is a revitalization project for Theme Hospital called Corsix TH, it’s an Open Source re-implementation of the core engine of Theme Hospital so that newer PC’s can run the game without any difficulty. The engine is trying to stay as true to the original game as possible with only subtle improvements to UI and game-play, and in the future perhaps new diseases and patients.

Unfortunately a follow-up game has never been made or planned, and although there are a few similar games, none are as good as this original Bullfrog game.


  7 Responses to “About Theme Hospital”

  1. thanks

  2. to keep it simple its a very good game , im gonna keep playing it for years untill they make a sequel.

  3. i cannot download this game onto my pc

  4. theme hospial help the sick ness

  5. I need a cd patch but my pc will not let me use / in any word pls help me tell me what to do I what to play my game in peace!!!

  6. Actually, anyone can download this now, because its classed as abandonware 🙂

  7. OMG this is awsome! loved theme hospital when first released. Thanks a million whoever did this.
    Can anyone give me advice on how to stop it from crashing as i play later levels THANKS.

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