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This is an image of some key art for Toca Life Hospital. We see the hospital playset from the game with it's multicolored floors. The Toca Life hospital logo is on the left in front of the hospital image and Rita is to the right of the image and she appears to have a broken arm and caste also over here head and hair.

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Petter Karlsson

Play Designer

Time to get well!

Hello and welcome to Toca Life: Hospital. As with all of the apps in the Toca Life series, it puts kids in the director’s seat to make up their own stories. There are no rules or scripted scenarios; it’s all up to your kid to decide what happens to the inhabitants of Toca Life. A hospital can stand for many different things. For some kids it’s a place of thrilling excitement, ambulances and mysterious machines. For some it can be a scary or even a bit sad.

To embrace all these experiences, we have created a hospital filled with things that support all kinds of storytelling. Kids can explore the many floors and role-play taking care of a sick friend, performing surgery, cuddling newborns or maybe even sad stories that can happen inside a hospital. We hope you have great time playing around in Toca Life: Hospital. With updates and more exciting additions to the Toca Life series coming in the near future, we hope you’ll find Toca Life a place that encourages the storyteller in everyone.

Now, put on your scrubs and let’s play!

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How to play


On the map screen, tap on a floor to visit the different hospital units. You’ll find lots of things to do on each floor.


  • Move characters around to act out situations.

  • Dress up characters by dragging hats and masks lying around onto their heads.

  • Change characters’ clothes by dragging outfits onto their bodies.

  • Give characters food or drinks by dragging edible items to their mouths.

  • Give characters things to hold by dragging objects to their hands. If you give a character an item to hold, they’ll bring it with them even if you go to another location.


  • Move objects around to set up for different scenarios.

  • Toggle certain objects by tapping them, such as putting out and lighting candles and changing channels on the radio.

  • Tap some objects, like a water faucet or fridge doors, to get different results.

Everything is saved the way you left it as you leave a location. There are lots of things to do like throwing stuff in the trash, cook food and go to sleep. Explore the app with a curious mind and you’ll find a lot of surprises!

To talk about

Playing everyday hospital life. With Toca Life we want to supply a toolbox that will let you and your child act out as many different situations as possible. In Toca Life: Hospital you can role-play all kinds of everyday hospital activities. Maybe engage in playing a patient who needs help with a broken leg or as a doctor doing her daily chores. Your child can explore situations they’re not usually in control of, like getting a shot or operating on a broken arm. What happens when your kid is the one in charge those things? Probably a lot of fun and quirky stuff, but your kid might also surprise you with their care and responsibility. This is a hospital where it’s safe to play around all you want.


All your characters can be accessed by tapping the sidewalk sign in the bottom right-hand corner. You can also transport the characters and anything they are holding between locations via the sidewalk.


If your locations are starting to feel a bit too messy, you can do a quick cleanup by pressing the reset button in the top right corner of the map screen. Everything will be magically tidied and all of your characters’ hairstyles and clothing will reset to their default settings.

Screen recording

You might notice a blue film reel icon in the top right corner when you are in a location. This is the screen recording feature. It records microphone input along with anything you do on the screen. Press the button to activate it and you and your kids can record the stories they make. Each recording lasts a maximum of two minutes. Afterward you can choose to preview, export to camera roll or delete your video.


If you’d like to have a bit of peace and quiet while your kids are playing Toca Life, just go to settings on your device and switch off the music in the app. You also have the option to turn off the icons on the start screen for what we call Toca News, as well as for the For Grown-Ups section, which you are reading now.