Description of Life & Death
Arguable the best doctor games ever produced for the PC (well, Theme Hospital comes close, but that is more of a management game), Life & Death 1 and 2 put you in the role of surgeon who specializes in digestive systems in the first game, and brain surgery in the second. Diagnose patients correctly and perform increasingly difficult more advanced procedures to get promoted.
The games are much celebrated for their strong emphasis on realism (not surprisingly, since their designer is a real doctor). The games also boast high educational value as well, since every time you make mistakes you'll be sent to a classroom to learn what you did wrong. And yes, there IS an end to each of these games-- it just takes a lot of patience, dozens of successful surgeries, and steady hands :) Thumbs up!
Review By HOTUD
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Screenshots from MobyGames.com / Platform: Apple IIgs
Comments and reviews
Hulsie 2015-05-02 0 point DOS version
Every single patient of mine always dies. I'm not a very good doctor.
Paulo José 2014-11-25 -1 point DOS version
the good game the medic prof.. fune and education game ...
Jett 2014-10-11 0 point DOS version
LOL Ow!! Ouch OW!!!! ahhaah The surgeries were funny!!! I actually panicked!
Smiley 2013-08-28 0 point DOS version
Yeah, I remember how about a third of the time it would be gas pain, so you could medicate it instead of surgery. Those would be the only survivors in my games. :]
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