Crazy Surgeon

Crazy Surgeon

There are many games on Google Play that make you do things and more precisely heal people in trouble. Crazy Surgeon is one such game but it does the same thing in a much better and funnier way.

We’ll start with the music first this time. Well, the music is nice and catchy. You will like it for sure and you will want to listen to it more and more, despite that it is repetitive. Then the graphics come – it is in 2D only but this is all you need. In addition to that the graphics are fun to see and watch because they are colorful and simply match the game. Speaking of the game we come to the gameplay. Well, the goal is to heal a patient by performing surgery on him/her. You will have to do a few tests at first and then decide what to do. Things are not as easy though – you need tools to perform the tests but one of the tools is locked and you have to unlock it before you can start working on your patient. To unlock the instrument you have to play and win an in-game game and then have some luck as when you win the game you will have to choose among three boxes and only one of them has the item you need inside. If you fail you have to start anew.

We did have fun with the game and we will let you have fun too. This is the reason why we will not describe the app to the fullest because we do not want to spoil the fun for you. The good news is that Crazy Surgeon is free and you can have the app right away. But before you do you can check it out here. One thing is for sure – you will have fun with it.

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