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About Lifesigns:

Play a young doctor climbing up the ranks in an hospital, managing not only di! fficult surgery and life-saving treatments, but also daily stress, intrigues, relationships and affairs.

Features:

  • Examinate and treat your patients via the innovative Nintendo DS Touchscreen
  • Human drama, comparable to TV soaps and Telenovellas. Conflicts, power, relationships and love among the daily fight for lifes!
  • Communication System via Touchscreen
  • Mini-Games to fight and forget the daily stress in the hospital: Catching snakes, cooking, fishing...


Genre: Hospital Soap Adventure
Format: NDS
Entwickler: Spike
Age Rating: 12+
Release: September 2007

About GS-Line
GS-Line a division of Jowood AG
GS-Line, the newly introduced value label of Jowood Productions Software AG, will publish about 9 to 12 games each year, with a strong focus on PC, PS2 and Ninentdo DS.
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