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Surgeon Simulator 2013 transplanted to Steam tomorrow

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Surgeon Simulator 2013 will be available for download on Steam tomorrow, April 19. It started out as a cheeky (and wince-inducing) game jam project by four developers made in just two days, and was later approved as a full release by Steam's Greenlight program.

You can still play the original jam result online for free, but the full release includes more surgery scenarios, including an operation in the back of a moving ambulance. The physics have been improved, too, and the developers say it'll work on Windows, Mac or Linux on day one.

Upon its launch on Steam, the game will cost $9.99 - way cheaper and less grueling than years of medical school.

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