The lights are on
We challenge you to watch video of this game without laughing.
The game is the brainchild of Bossa Studios, who worked to craft a complete game in 48 hours as an entry into the Global Game Jam 2013. Each year puts forth a theme, and this year’s guiding word was “heartbeat.”
The game gives players control of each of your surgeon’s five fingers and challenges them to complete open-heart surgery on a patient. Hilarity ensues.
Check out the video below. Make sure to stick around until the doctor starts making comments on his own work. Fair warning: This is a game about surgery on a human, so the visuals are graphic, in a medical science kind of way.
Email the author Matt Miller, or follow on Game Informer.
At least it won't have any competition in the rowdy medical procedure simulation genre.
Real Talk: That is pretty much the dumbest thing i've ever seen, but in ac comical way.
Why did they get Piers Morgan to play the surgeon?
What the--?!!! Well, can see how this was made in 48 hrs. . . Aside from the obvious stuff, that surgeon wasn't wearing any glove?! How unsanitary. Very unprofessional Mr. englishman guy. Feel sorry for the patient.
I almost lost it when he threw the new heart on the floor. Lmao. then i though he was gonna put the hammer in the chest cavity and cover it up. Call it a day!
wonder if it's possible to actually do the surgery
I lost it when he threw the heart off of the screen. It was just too funny.
Lol, I downloaded this "game?" after watching this and the guy playing this is actually extremely good at it despite how badly he fails. The best I could do is take about half of the guys ribs out and then break some of the beakers and scrape the broken pieces of glass into his chest cavity. Kind of frustrating to play though after a while.
Lungs? PFT! Who needs those? *trows away*
Lmao!! I must play this.
And this is what it looks like when someone who is good at the game is playing.
Can i play this game with the power glove?
i thought i wouldnt laugh but i did lol
Ha, that was great.