Surgeon Simulator hits the iPad with all-new ways to torture Bob

Our favorite rage quit PC game, Surgeon Simulator 2013 has finally been ported over to mobile and it’s currently available for the iPad. Bossa Studios will allow you to download the game on your Apple slate for $5.99.

While most simulation games available on the market attempt to virtually recreate real-life scenarios such as flying planes, farming, driving trucks and operating trains, Surgeon Simulator 2013 is quite the opposite. No – It isn’t going to teach you how to operate on patients, at least not the right way. You could say that this game is more like a joke, a very frustrating, yet humorous one. Here, you take on the role of Nigel Burke and perform various types of operations on the patient (read: victim) Bob to save his life.

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Surgeon Simulator for iPad brings in various new features that aren’t present in the PC release. The controls have been redesigned for touch and there’s an option to record surgeries and upload them online. Also, a multiplayer mode has been thrown in where you can compete against friends for the title of the best (or worse) surgeon title.

Where surgeries are concerned, the normal heart and double kidney transplants will be included. However, there’s no word on whether the brain transplant and additional environments such as the ambulance and space will be incorporated in the future. On the bright side, Bossa has added two new operations to perform, teeth and eye transplants.

Surgeon Simulator for iPad also has 50 new achievements for you to unlock. The game requires iOS 6 and above to work and it’s 227MB in size. You can download it from the App Store.