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Merscom to Publish GAMEINVESTs Sarahs Emergency Room for Digital Distribution

July 23, 2008

Merscom to Publish GAMEINVEST’s Sarah’s Emergency Room for Digital Distribution

Merscom announced today at the Casual Connect show in Seattle that it has partnered with GAMEINVEST to publish Sarah’s Emergency Room, a next-generation time management game, for digital distribution on the online console networks and PC platform. Merscom’s production team, which worked on the hit title Dairy Dash, will work closely with GAMEINVEST on the marketing and distribution strategy to ensure Sarah’s Emergency Room is embraced by casual gamers. Sarah’s Emergency Room will be available this September.

“Our past successes with time management games will allow us to help GAMEINVEST make this title exactly what the market is looking for,” explained Lloyd Melnick, Chief Customer Officer at Merscom, “Sarah’s Emergency Room has the chance to redefine the entire time management genre.”

Sarah’s Emergency Room casts players as Sarah, a young nurse who has recently graduated from college and is struggling to start her career. Her dream is to manage an emergency room in a big city hospital. In a twist of fate, Sarah is hired for a nursing position at a small town hospital in Maryville, Arkansas where she discovers that managing an emergency room is a bit harder than she expected. Sarah is the central element in the game, tending to all patients who walk through the door. She brings prescriptions to the different triage centers, takes X-rays, diagnoses patients, administers treatments and even assists in the operating room. Play through the game’s narrative to the exciting conclusion – will Sarah’s career as a nurse be a success?

Key Features include:

  • Fun and fast-paced next-gen time management
  • 7 hospitals, 9 levels of difficulty per hospital
  • Multiple on-screen levels – manage different floors in bigger hospitals by taking patients up and down the elevators
  • 3D graphics
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