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Two Point Hospital Expansion A Stitch in Time Releases



London, England – February 23, in the year of our Lord 2021 – Join SEGAź Europe Ltd. and Two Point Studios™ Ltd. on a new and exciting journey through space and time with Two Point Hospital™: A Stitch in Time, available right now via Steam. Not sure yet? Captain Yesterday – inventor, entrepreneur, and fulltime charlatan – might convince you with his latest invention 'The Yesterizer' which he says is 100% safe for quick and carefree time travelling. "No catch, no consequences, no questions asked." Will you risk it?

Two Point Hospital: A Stitch in Time offers players a fourth dimension of simulation gameplay, with new challenges and even more unusual illnesses. Step into The Yesterizer and visit three new locations set in medieval, pre-historic and futuristic time periods, while curing 34 anachronistic ailments, such as Jester Infection, Bone Head and Reptile Dysfunction. Decorate your hospitals with items from across the ages, like the much-desired Wormhole Bin or the Map of Time, which might come in handy...or not.

A Stitch in Time opens by taking players to the Medieval town of Clockwise, plagued by ruptures in space and time, where patients have started (dis)appearing out of mysterious holes in the ground. Could those holes be portals to past? In the second level, the search for the missing patients leads to a forgotten age, to the dawn of all civilization, the pre-historic era. Awkwardly, there aren't any time portals in this era to send patients back to the future. The final level brings players to a futuristic city, built high above the uninhabitable earth below. The Future is now overflowing with patients from all different time periods. Maybe Captain Yesterday can help send them home, preferably in one piece.

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