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Surgeon Simulator now lets you commit medical malpractice on your iPhone

Surgeon Simulator now lets you commit medical malpractice on your iPhone

October 31, 2014

Just in time for Halloween, the freaky gore and cartoon violence of Surgeon Simulator have finally come to iPhone.

That’s right. Over seven months after its arrival on iPad, the popular “100 percent medically inaccurate” surgical simulation game developed by Bossa Studios has made its way to iPhone.

Now, you, as would-be surgeon Nigel Burke, can perpetrate various instances of medical malpractice on the world’s unluckiest patient, Bob, on your smaller and therefore riskier iOS devices.

“No longer do you have to rush home to perform life-saving surgery on Bob – you can now save his life from the comfort of the bus, the cafe, THE STREET!” Bossa Studios notes. “Life is grand.”

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Aside from Bob, you can also perform silly surgeries on the extraterrestrial Gworb and do transplants of his impossible-to-pronounce organs. Gworb, who stands (or lies) in for Bob while the poor guy’s away on vacation, was added to Surgeon Simulator through the game’s first major update late last May.

Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 6.0 or later, the new universal version of Surgeon Simulator is available now on the App Store as a free update or as a new $5.99 download.

Surgeon Simulator was hailed as AppAdvice’s Game of the Week shortly after its release in March.

See also: Sandman, Spider-Gwen, Jack O’ Lantern and more come to Spider-Man Unlimited, Developers tease a Haunting Melissa sequel just before Halloween, and Get into the Halloween spirit with these spooky iOS apps.

Mentioned apps

Surgeon Simulator
Surgeon Simulator
Bossa Studios Ltd

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