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Game #613
Laser Surgeon: The Microscopic Mission  
Simulation   Life

Rating: 3.7 (31 votes)

Laser Surgeon: The Microscopic Mission box cover

Laser Surgeon: The Microscopic Mission screenshot
In this difficult game that could make you go blind, you're shrunk to the size of a cell and injected into a patient's body (hrm... where have we heard that before?) to perform surgeries on different body parts. The not-so-intuitive controls takes some getting used to (using joystick is much better), and the graphics (low-res EGA) is really hard to see. Still, it turns a (cliche?) concept into hours of gameplay. Not as good as the classic Life & Death games, but isn't bad.

Reviewed by: Underdogs
Designer: Robert Clardy
Developer: Synergistic Software
Publisher: Activision
Year: 1987
Software Copyright: Activision
Theme:  
Multiplayer:  
None that we know of
System Requirements: DOS
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If you like this game, try: Life and Death, Life and Death 2: The Brain

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