Brain Surgery Simulator is a casual Android simulator in which the user has to wear a snow-white medical gown and try himself as a professional neurosurgeon. Just want to warn you that if your psyche and nervous system are too tender and receptive, then you do not need to play this project, since an open skull and a bare spine are an unpleasant sight. But if you are not squeamish and always gravitate to everything medical - then welcome! According to the story, a devastating and unrestrained hurricane swept across the megalopolis, which not only destroyed almost the entire city infrastructure, but also injured many townspeople who now need urgent neurosurgical care. Acting as a gifted young doctor specializing in operations on the nervous system, you have to provide qualified help to the victims. One patient in the head flew a piece of iron reinforcement and it is necessary to accurately get it without hitting the vital centers of the brain. Naturally, without anesthesia in such a situation can not do, and when the patient is in a medical dream, you can saw the outward part of the armature with precise movements, then open the cranium itself and remove the remains of the foreign body. After that, we sew the victim and send him to the intensive care unit for round-the-clock observation of specialists. And what we have now described to you is not the most horrible moment with which you will encounter in this Android simulator.
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