The ubiquitous surgery simulator that took the world by storm via Game Jam shenanigans has been given a production overhaul with a full release on Steam. Suffice it to say, it’s bloody hilarious. As an amusing mockery of other “simulators” out there, Surgery Simulator 2013 is a tricky beast to master. The object of the game is to perform a heart transplant on your comatosed hapless victim with a geriatric arm, with keyboard and mouse controls used for finger and hand movements. A myriad of tools is available at your disposal, such as a bone saw, syringe, hammer or a coffee cup but to be perfectly honest, patient brutality will happen regardless of your weapon tool of choice. Death on the operating table is almost guaranteed and even if your patient lives to tell the tale, he may have a screwdriver left in his ribcage for his troubles.