Injection Simulator is a game that lets you administer injections to sick patients as the name of the app suggests. The app belongs to this genre, where you have to heal wounded, dirty or sick people and in a way teaches children of injections and more.
Injection Simulator is clearly a child game so it will be best used by children who are up to 10 years old. We feel that the main idea behind it is to teach them that injections are not that painful and scary. The gameplay is straightforward – you get a patient that needs an injection and then you have to choose the medicine, the needle and the syringe and give him/her the shot. This gives you experience that you can later use to unlock more medicines, more complicated medical procedures involving injections and new patients. The game is a simple one as you can see and it does not offer tons of features or options – instead you are ready to play once the game is installed. In addition everything is in 2D only and the sound is simple, just like the game, so do not expect any fancy effects in these two fields – like we said the app is for small children only.
All in all Injection Simulator is not a bad game – you just have to have the right audience for it and it might as well be a success within your family, especially if you have sick children who need injections.
Injection Simulator is here on Google Play.