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Dec 10, 2009 | 11:46 AM EST
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Hello! Got a new game for you to celebrate the season with. It's the Christmas Edition of Amateur Surgeon. And yes, it's hard (especially if you didn't play the original Amateur Surgeon), we know this. But read on and we've got a couple tips for you.

Set ten years after the original Amateur Surgeon, Alan Probe is now a hotshot surgeon with his own private jet. While flying over the North Pole he collides with a reindeer and must save Santa and his helpers to resuscitate the holidays.

The game is controlled via the mouse.

Your tools are lined up at the top of the gameplay screen and are used similarly to those in the first Amateur Surgeon.

Click to select one or you can quick-select them using the corresponding numbers 0-9 on the keyboard. Click or click-and-hold in the gameplay area to use them.

To pause the game, click the pause icon in the upper left corner of the screen, on the Jog-Log.

For more help on how to deal with specific injuries and conditions, click the help button in the lower left corner of the gameplay area.

Tips:

Generic the Elf: Having trouble on the first surgery? Here are a couple hints. Do not try to pull the wire from Generic's chest until you have done the internal parts of the surgery. Second, use the leaf blower to collect excess blood before you cut his chest open to operate internally, then you can put out the flames inside him quickly and easily (also with the leaf blower tool).

Mincer: Here's one tip we can give you that might count as two. The pole goes in the butt and requires a jolt of electricity afterwards.

Enjoy!

You can also get a version of the game for your iPhone, free! (And we made the iPhone one a bit easier.) Just follow this link - http://bit.ly/8Z4dag

Reviews


Perfect-CHAOSPerfect-CHAOS

Rated 4 / 5 stars December 10, 2009

Looks like it's gonna be a bloody Christmas.

Nice concept and fairly fun. Not very good at this type of game though. For those having trouble extracting objects from the paitients body, pull them out slowly, and then you have to drag them over to the tray in the corner that appears. Ther is no specific order to how they have to be pulled.


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Sn3tArDSn3tArD

Rated 4 / 5 stars December 10, 2009

Challenging

Good game, great idea too, but a little too challenging for me. Still love the concept though, great game for xmas guys!


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ErichoEricho

Rated 4 / 5 stars December 10, 2009

Decent

It doesn't help that I can't get far in this game at all, but that is not my fault. I especially enjoyed the graphics used in this and I thought I was going to be the one who got the injuries at first. It annoyed me how I clearly took a tree branch out of the elve's body only for it to randomly come back in. Apparently, all the pieces had to be taken out in a certain order, but how was I supposed to know that? At least you were nice enough to give us tips. I thought this may have been a reupload, but it was a Christmas edition and I think the first one was better simply because it was easier.


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