To build a room, click on the Rooms button and pick one from the list. With a room selected, drag out a floorplan of the appropriate size. Then place the required items in the room, then click the green tick.
You can add more space using the add blueprint button and remove space with the remove blueprint button. A room can be any shape or size, but the minimum size will be displayed at the top of the screen during room placement.
You can amend the blueprint of a room later but selecting the room and then the Edit button.
You can also pick up a blueprinted by clicking and hold the room with the ? and dragging the room where required. You may also rotate the room while dragging by pressing ?.
Once you have placed a room, you do not need to enter blueprint mode to place new items within it. This is useful, as editing the blueprint of a room while it is in use kicks out all patients and staff.
All rooms have a minimum room size varying from 2x3 to 4x4. Every room has minimum item requirements to validate the placing of your blueprint. These required items are indicated by the yellow starburst icon.
The room cannot be accepted until all required items are placed and accessible. Item accessibility is indicated by footprints around the item while placing. Any optional items that have invalid placement will be deleted when the room is accepted.
- Main article, see Hospital Environment
Show the attractiveness, temperature and hygiene levels of that room.
Room Overview Can change depending on the room. Tends to show queue length, who is staffing the room.
Statistics overview Can change depending on the room. Can cover room value, patients processed and revenue generated.
View the list of visitors currently queueing for this room and even re-order them as you see fit.
There are 5 buttons.
- Items - Allows you to add more items.
- Edit - Back to blueprinting mode to change room size, move door and windows.
- Close - So nobody uses it anymore. Stopping costs and revenue.
- Sell - To sell the room and everything in it.
- High - Set to high priority so staff always prioritise staffing this room first.
As you add more items to a room, the higher its value. This increases the rooms prestige, which in turn increases the overall prestige of your hospital.
Prestige is a measure of a given Room's impressiveness. Prestige is ranked on a scale of 1 to 5, 5 being the most impressive. It can be increased in two ways:
- Adding items to the room. Windows, Decorations, even mundane items like Beds or Toilets increase a room's prestige.
- Increasing the size of the room. Just by being bigger, the room becomes more prestigious.
Being in a high Prestige room will give Staff and Patients a positive Feeling which increases their Happiness.
Some rooms are available from the start of the game, however most rooms are unlocked during higher hospital levels and have certain prerequisites.
These rooms are used to diagnose the various Illnesses
|DNA Lab||Melt Downs||3x4|
|Fluid Analysis||Mitton University||3x3|
|M.E.G.A Scan||Mitton University||4x4|
These rooms are used to treat Illnesses after they were diagnosed.
|DNA Lab||Melt Downs||3x4|
|Injection Room||Mitton University||3x3|
|Recurvery Room||Grockle Bay||3x5|
These rooms are required to keep your hospital running smoothly.
|Research (Room)||Mitton University||3x4|