||Emergency Room 3
||(Win95/98/Power Mac) (Retail Box) (ER3DR)
You Are the Doctor in this Busy Urban
Emergency Room 3 is part of the
best-selling Emergency Room series, which has sold more than 350,000 unites.
Emergency Room 3 adds all new medical cases, simple surgery procedures, and
pregnant patients to its unique and thought provoking gameplay.
You examine, diagnose and treat 50 different patients
clinging to life in a busy urban ER. Complaints range from premature labor and
hallucinations to multiple stab wounds. Every decision is critical. Make the
right moves, and you can become Chief of Staff. Fail, and your career will be
as dead as your patients.
Interact with 50 Patients, and a
Skilled ER Staff
Learn about your patients lives - the tragedy and triumph.
Emergency Room 3 will pull on your heartstrings and challenge your mind. It's
the perfect game for anyone, with or without medical training, who wants to
know what it is really like to be an ER doctor.
10 of the 50 cases were supplied by
customers like you. These submitted cases include:
- A matador with a bull horn through the eye.
- A hari-kari suicide attempt.
- A drug smuggling case.
- A schizophrenic with weird eating habits.
- A unique "Real Life" roleplaying game in which you are
- 50 critical care cases, including pregnancy and simple
- 60 minutes of dramatic video and more than 1000
- Three modes of play -- Expert, Normal, and Novice -- so
the level of challenge fits your knowledge of medicine.
- Time triggers increase the pressure to perform fast.
- Experience patient triage, where you help multiple
patients at the same time.
- Directly manipulate realistic medical tools such as the
defibrillator, rib spreader, sutures, splints, sponge, forceps, IV and
- Play and create new cases on the Internet
Windows 95/98: 233 MHz Pentium, 32 MB RAM, 16
bit video with 2 MB video card, 16x CD-ROM drive, Sound Card.
Power Mac: OS 7.6 or higher, 233 MHz, 32 MB RAM, 16
bit video with thousands of colors, 16x CD-ROM drive.
On Emergency Room 3, we were extremely
fortunate to work with two excellent medical consultants, Dr. Samuel Finn and
Dr. Sue Hall. With their expert advice and guidance, these doctors helped
Legacy Interactive deliver one of the most medically accurate --and challenging
-- Emergency Room® games to date.
DR. SAMUEL FINN
An ER doc for 16 years, Dr. Finn works in a busy hospital in
Everett, a town just north of Seattle. "The ER can be a crazy place at times,"
says Dr. Finn. "You encounter all sorts of people in all sorts of situations.
Working with Legacy Interactive gives me the opportunity to turn my ER
experiences into interesting and unusual game cases."
DR. SUE HALL
Whether dashing to a "crash" C-section on a moment's notice,
helping to repair a life-threatening birth defect during surgery on a newborn,
or running a "Code Pink" on a critically ill baby, Dr. Hall thrives on the
variety of challenges -- medical, social, and ethical -- that confront her on a
daily basis in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit.
Some of the ER Staff
DR. NAN FLEMING - Chief of
Dr. Fleming has worked hard to get to where she is, and even
harder to break through the glass ceiling that sometimes exists for women in
the medical field. She wears her toughness well, but you wouldn't want to get
on her bad side.
DR. WALLACE SCHNEIDMESSUR -
Dr. Schneidmessur is the quintessential surgeon -- arrogant,
blunt, and dismissive. A hard-nose, no-nonsense character, this surgeon will
question your care and confront you at every turn. But at the same time, he'll
be the first to defend the correct or controversial choices you make.
Some of Your Patients
RIKKIE ANDREWS High School
Rikkie Andrews is a senior in High School. A solitary girl,
her mother worries that Rikkie spends too much time alone. Well, today her
mother was shocked to find her daughter unconscious in the garage -- Rikkie's
Jeep running, the door down, and Rikkie passed out inside.
TIFFANY ZHANG Computer
Ms. Zhang is a computer programmer, and today while eating
her take-out lunch, her mouth began to bother her. The "bother" quickly
escalated into an emergency as her tongue started to swell. Her colleagues
noticed her gasping for breath, and called 911.
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