If there haven't been enough human patients to operate on and/or butcher horribly, Bossa Studios is about to offer some more subjects for the operating table. Surgeon Simulator 2013 on iPad will soon receive a free update that features alien patients, because aliens have parts that need removing, too.
There's a weird sensation in playing a game on public transport, knowing that another passenger is inevitably watching and judging you. So give them something to really judge you on, practising dentistry by smashing teeth out with a hammer. Surgeon Simulator developer Bossa Studios today released the iPad version of its bone-smashing, artery-severing, heart-tossing sim at $5.99.
The Shacknews Chatty community continues to archive sessions of their favorite games across the large number of Shacknews Twitch channels and many of them have proven vastly entertaining to watch. And so we return with the second week of Chatty Twitch Highlights, featuring wonderfully over-the-top 80's action, virtual reality heart surgery, and a trip to Disneyland.
Here's a compilation of some of the best Shacknews Twitch highlights for the week of January 25, 2014.
Surgeon Simulator developer Bossa Studios has decided on its next grisly misadventure in medicine: dentistry. A short video called "Shh, I Dentist Now..." teases the toothy torture as coming to iPad sometime soon.
Humble Bundle is starting its 2014 with its tenth collection of indie games. Appropriately called Humble Indie Bundle X, this bundle will include up to six games, depending on how much you choose to pay. And as always, you can choose how much of your money goes to developers or charity.
The latest update to Surgeon Simulator 2013 did more than just add new space missions. In fact, it added a whole new species to cut into: aliens. You can perform a "gobbleshaf transplant" on a big bad gray--but you'll have to work to find out how to unlock this content. Thankfully, that's what The Internet is for.
Surgeon Simulator 2013 has been updated today with two new missions... in space. Players will now be able to perform brain surgery and kidney surgery... in space. And, get 18 new achievements... in space.
This isn't the doctor's first foray into a zero-G environment, however. The game already included a secret space mission that can be unlocked by collecting all the floppy disks in the game. You can take a peek at what that looks like after the break.