Posted by Chuck Corbin on Jan 29, 2013

So You’ve Always Wanted To Perform A Heart Transplant…

When I was a little kid I wanted to grow up and be a doctor. After all, there’s always something awesome about going around fixing people up and healing them, and that’s not to mention the fact that being a doctor is a well paying job! However, my grades (and my nerves) were never good enough to be a doctor, and thus I was forced to abandon that dream…

Thankfully, however, the 21st century has now allowed me to revisit that dream, due to the emergence of Surgeon-Simulator 2013! In this game you are Nigel Burke, an ordinary guy who isn’t a doctor either, who’s been tasked with performing a heart transplant. All you have to use is the tools at your disposal, from a saw, to syringes, to scissors, and even a hammer.

To say that game isn’t medically accurate is an understatement. After all, the most common way of completing the operation is to just rip out the lungs, pluck the heart out, and plop the new one in the open cavity. That doesn’t stop it from being a load of fun, either! And what’s more, this game is absolutely free, which you can find right here!

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Written by Chuck Corbin

Growing up in Bloomington, Indiana, Chuck has always had a love of games, starting with the Sega Genesis and the GameBoy, and that love has evolved into building and tweaking his PC.

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