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Thomas Was Alone updated for iPad with new friends, jetpack

Minimalistic, story-driven platformer Thomas Was Alone received an update on iPad today that brings the Benjamin's Flight content to the device for free. The DLC previously launched on PlayStation systems, and includes three new characters and 20 levels. Creator Mike Bithell told Joystiq the DLC...

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Thomas was Alone wasn't on iPad, but now it is

The rectangle platformer is on the rectangle system, and the world can rest in appropriate harmony. Mike Bithell's Thomas was Alone and its cast of personality-infused polygons are available now on iPad, courtesy of Surgeon Simulator 2013 dev Bossa Studios. If you want to provide some company,...

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Surgeon Simulator on iPad's got your tongue - and 12 others

Surgeon Simulator on iPad has received its first update, turning the purposefully-awkward game about a terrible surgeon into a purposefully-awkward game about a terrible surgeon and linguist. The update adds new languages to the game, while also paving the way for an alien patient DLC, which will...

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Surgeon Simulator to save or ruin lives on iPad tonight

Surgeon Simulator will launch on iPad tonight, providing the game follows the common trend for UK and US iOS app releases that hit the same day as New Zealand. The game is out now for New Zealanders, and has players guiding the shaky hands of returning surgeon-of-sorts Nigel Burke through...

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Surgeon Simulator dev teases a brutal trip to the dentist

With Surgeon Simulator 2013, Bossa Studios managed to make horrific medical malpractice entertaining. If a newly-released teaser is any indication, the developer now hopes to do the same for ill-advised dental surgery. Though actual gameplay footage is scant, the above clip clearly shows a...

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Surgeon Simulator developer launches Time to Live demo

After ... uh, proving their capabilities in tense medical situations, Bossa Studios is moving on to the realm of deathmatch-oriented game shows with a project called Time to Live. The demo features a hexagonal game board that brings in special areas as the match continues on. Coin deposits and...

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Surgeon Simulator 2013 exploring possibility of tablet transplant

Bossa Studios is prototyping for a tablet version of game-jam-creation-turned-hit Surgeon Simulator 2013, although its release isn't a certainty at this stage. I got to spectate (and discuss) their latest operation over the weekend in a themed ambulance parked outside the Eurogamer Expo. Knowing...

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Surgeon Simulator 2013 takes a stab at Oculus Rift

Surgeon Simulator 2013 doesn't look any easier on Oculus Rift than it is on PC – and that's awesome. As a game that's a basically QWOP for wannabe open-heart surgeons, the more precarious the controls, the better the game. With this build of Surgeon Simulator in Oculus Rift, the player...

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Team Fortress 2 goes under the knife in Surgeon Simulator 2013

A free update has been issued in Surgeon Simulator 2013 through Steam today, adding a new Team Fortress 2 scenario to the purposefully awkward slice-em-up. Playing as the TF2 Medic, Surgeon Simulator 2013 owners can now get a peek at the Heavy's innards – while we haven't played the update...

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Surgeon Simulator 2013 adds support for Oculus Rift, Razer Hydra

Surgeon Simulator 2013 will soon support the Oculus Rift and Razer Hydra peripherals, adding a new layer of immersion to Bossa Studios' PC medical malpractice sim. In Surgeon Simulator 2013, players attempt vital organ transplants from a first-person perspective using an intentionally awkward...

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