Surgeon Simulator 2013 adds zero-gravity kidney and brain surgery

Clumsy surgery simulation Surgeon Simulator 2013 sends its incompetent doctor to space in the game's latest update, which adds two zero-gravity procedures — and also contains a well-hidden secret.

With the latest zero-G missions, Surgeon Simulator 2013 players can now perform brain surgery and kidney surgery under even more difficult conditions. The update also adds 18 new space-based achievements and for the fully committed, an alternate-reality game called Codename: Trisha. The Surgeon Simulator community is already making steady progress on solving the mysteries of that ARG.

Surgeon Simulator 2013 is available for Windows PC, Mac and Linux for $9.99.

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