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Surgeon Simulator on iPad updated, free alien DLC patient coming soon

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Surgeon Simulator received its first major update on iPad today, which includes localizations for 12 new languages, developer Bossa Studios announced.

The iPad version of the surgery-gone-wrong game can now be played in Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portugese, Russian, Spanish and Swedish. Additionally, Bossa revealed that new DLC featuring an alien patient will be available "soon" for free.

According to Bossa, 28,400 videos featuring Surgeon Simualtor on iPad have been uploaded to YouTube, while 2.34 million videos featuring the original Windows PC version have been uploaded since it launched last year.

Surgeon Simulator — which originally launched for Linux, Mac and Windows in April 2013 — is currenty available via the iTunes App Store for $5.99, as well as Steam and GOG.com for $9.99. 

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