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Surgeon Simulator 2013
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Series Steam Train
Console PC
Episodes 1
Playlist One game; one episode
Run March 17, 2014
Status One-Off
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Surgeon Simulator 2013 is a game played by Barry and Ross on Stout Train.

EpisodesEdit

  1. Surgeon Simulator 2013

Game InformationEdit

Surgeon Simulator 2013 is a surgical simulation game by Tom Jackson, Jack Good, Luke Williams and James Broadley of Bossa Studios. The initial version was created in a 48-hour period for the 2013 Global Game Jam, but the developers continued and spent 48 days creating a commercial version released in January 2013. The full version was released via Steam on 19 April 2013, and GOG.com on 10 October 2013 followed by an iPad release on 7 March 2014. Surgeon Simulator 2013 is played in first-person perspective. Mouse movement is used to control the movement of the player's hand. By holding down the right mouse button and moving the mouse, the player can rotate the hand. The left mouse button is used to lower the hand. By default, the A, W, E, R, and spacebar keys are used to control individual corresponding digits for grasping items. Gameplay consists of the player attempting to perform various surgical procedures, for example a heart transplant. Multiple extra modes are available after completion of the early operations, such as performing an operation while inside an ambulance where surgical instruments bounce around at random, and operating in space where the zero-g environment causes all of the instruments to free-float. Two free DLC features were added after the initial release. The first was released on 21 June 2013, and features an operation in which the player performs surgery on Team Fortress 2's Heavy, based on the "Meet the Medic" TF2 promotional video. The second was released on 9 September 2013, named "Code Name Trisha," and features an operation in which surgery is performed on an alien.

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