Engadget post time: April 19, 2013 at 04:25PM
Clumsy wannabe sawbones: warm up your hammers and hatchets, because Surgeon Simulator has arrived on Steam. The infamous game challenges players to save patients’ lives with an array of coarse tools and an apparent case of the DTs, and was prototyped in a mere 48 hours during the Global Game Jam back in January. After being greenlit by Steam, it’s now up for grabs at £6.99 (about $11) with extra features like a “fiendishly difficult ambulance mode” that brings extra quarts of gore, along with new operations like a kidney or brain transplant and a new soundtrack and visuals. There’s a lineup of desperate patients — they’d have to be — waiting at the source link and the video after the break.
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Source: Bossa Studios
Reference source: Engadget