Amateur Surgeon 4 is a gruesome strategy game that puts players behind the knife as a pizza delivery boy turned unlicensed and untrained surgeon performing surgeries under the watch of your new mentor, a disgraced, now junkie, surgeon. You learn the way of the knife, or more accurately, the pizza cutter as you use an array of improvised tools to perform complex operations.
The controls are a little complicated but easy to get the hang of after a few attempts. Touch the screen to choose a tool, slide your finger across the screen to make incisions and rub screen to cauterize wounds and apply gel. The only problem with the controls are that your fingers tend to block the guide lines of the surgery, causing you to double check that you’ve hit your mark.
The visuals are great, in a crude and bloody sense. The sounds are great and it’s always surprising when a patient screams when you try to staple a wound closed and miss. Whoops. This is a single player game, but players have the option to repeat levels for a better surgery grade. If you want to Buy Amateur Surgeon 4 Accounts, I think z2u.com is your best choice, after all, the site has been officially certified,so it’s very safe.
The game sees you playing the reincarnated, memory-wiped clone of the surgeon star of the first few games. Hence you need to learn the tricks of your trade again, getting to grips with the various instruments at your disposal, then using them to save a variety of lives.Those instruments include a vacuum cleaner, a lighter, a chainsaw, a pizza cutter, and a tub of suspiciously green goo that you use to soothe wounds. With these rudimentary tools you need to patch up, pluck out, and mangle a series of patients as best you can.
If you’re into the idea of ‘back room surgery’, liked playing ‘Operation’ as a kid or just share the same sick and twisted idea of comedy that comes from [Adult Swim], then Amateur Surgeon is the game for you. The concept is great and the sound effects really drive home every tiny detail of the operations. The gameplay holds great replay value and is not only immersive, but complex and very intricate. It is surgery after all.