Last updated on: 19/02/2014 by Hema Bhandari
Surgeon Simulator 2013 is a darkly amusing over the top operation game in which you become Nigel Burke, a would-be surgeon performing life saving surgical manoeuvres on passive patients and taking life into your own shaky hands.
Here, your goal is to finish operations as quickly as you can with minimum blood loss starting with a heart transplant. You have no medical qualifications and all you have is some surgical tools with a body. This game accurately displays a human heart and two lings in their exact location and roughly shows 5L of total blood volume just like an adult has.
Surgeon Simulator 2013 is difficult to control. You will have to control the surgeon’s hand with the mouse. Moreover you will be controlling each finger separately which is a little tricky. The hardest part is to pick up tools and use them to cut and heal different organs. Control the grip of each finger through 5 keys on the keyboard. Performing a successful operation is like riding and juggling a bicycle at the same time.
Surgeon Simulator 2013 lets you perform a variety of operations including a heart or brain surgery with minimum loss of blood. The blood meter slowly goes down even after a successful operation but in case you make certain mistakes, loss blood rate increases which will leave some seconds to complete your operation. The game is quite challenging as you need to remove ribs and extraneous organs without causing much collateral damage. When your task is done, the game assigns you a grade based on your performance.
Overall Surgeon Simulator 2013 is light-hearted and challenging. It is full of logics. It is irritating if you are aiming or comparing for realism but it is absolutely fun you can screw up.