Surgeon Simulator 2013 Lets You Commit Horrible Atrocities

Ever wondered what it would be like if the guy from QWOP was given a selection of surgery tools and tasked with saving lives? Well, wonder no more! Surgeon Simulator 2013 is currently a free online game from independent developer Bossa Studios UK.

You play a surgeon tasked with performing a heart transplant on an unlucky patient. Each finger on your hand is controlled by a different key on the keyboard, with the thumb assigned to the space bar. You can also lower or rotate your hand with mouse clicks.

Creators Tom Jackson, James Broadley, Luke Williams and Jack Good clearly had a lot of fun making this. Saws carve up innards, blood spatters everywhere and lungs are hurled across the room. Surgeon Simulator 2013 is infuriatingly difficult to get the hang of, but is stupidly enjoyable. After four goes, I still can’t do the heart transplant.

Bossa Studios UK have put their project on Steam Greenlight, Valve’s service where users can vote for certain independent demos to be published into full games. While it’s not particularly polished, this is to be expected since it was a created in 48 hours. I for one would like to see a full version of Surgeon Simulator 2013, if only out of morbid curiosity.

You can check out the game yourself over at Kongregate

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