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Stop whatever you're doing right now – you've got a hilariously misguided surgery to perform!
On Monday we challenged readers to watch a video of Bossa Studios' Surgeon Simulator 2013 without laughing, as the player's attempt to perform a heart transplant went horribly wrong. Now, thanks to the miraculous nature of the Internet, you can play the game for free on Kongregate. Turns out controlling the surgeon's hand movements is as hard as the video makes it look, as is trying not to laugh at your own feeble attempt to save your doomed patient. Check it out now, but be warned: Surgeon Simulator 2013 is not for the squeamish.
Thanks to Aiden Woodward for the news tip!
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This has been free since you last mentioned it
It's been available but it's still a ton of fun.
It's a lot of fun, but I can't pick up the stupid hammer! Or anything else, actually.
Hahaha, heading there now.
This game controls worse than a car with no steering wheel.
I completed this yesterday, took me 6:30 or so and had 3999 ml of blood left. And the only finger I was able to control was his thumb.
It was already free on the official site but m'kay.
Future Test Chamber?
I'm so going to play this.