Surgeon Simulator 2013 is out now; here's our Surgeon Simulator 2013 review.
Like a reverse Pulp Fiction, Surgeon Simulator 2013 has you try and put a person’s brain back together while in the back of a car driving over speedbumps. The latest trailer shows how this can have mixed results.
The QWOP of surgery games, Surgeon Simulator has you control each of the doctor’s fingers individually, as well as the the rotation, force of the arm. It’s not the most natural of control schemes and one which I’m not sure will ever be mastered but, then, that’s where the fun lies: reaching for a scalpel and accidentally knocking the transplant heart onto the dirty ambulance floor.
Originally a game created in 48 hours for the Global Game Jam, Surgeon Simulator has now been expanded out with the rib-spreader of development and packed full of new organs/features. The game managed to rush straight through Steam’s greenlight process and appeared in Valve’s store yesterday.