Most people like their doctors, but medics themselves usually don’t like those know-it-all patients who think they are familiar and comfortable with different drugs, treatments and diseases. This is partly because patients of this kind also tend to self-diagnose and self-medicate, as long as healthcare is no more sacrament and everybody’s got a chance to go online for any knowledge.
Medicine education doesn’t begin in kindergarten or in school. Nowadays the big game of doctor and patient starts when very young citizens, still having milk on lips, gain access to smartphones and tablets as well as to online application stores with shelves crammed with all sorts of mobile doctor games. These Android apps are typically developed in the regions known to export thousands of workers/beggars to prosperity reservations in happier countries.
It’s hard to know for sure if medical game apps for kids are good for them. If some of these fun games could smell, odor would be suspicious. In ratings they earn either high or low marks.
Majority of parents find these games terrible, although millions of kids may call them terrific. Or simply “wtf”, that actually means “What the Fun!”
Before going on, you may want to see what’s the fuss about, so there’s a compilation gameplay with the relevant title.
Princess Plastic Surgery
When my grandma was a schoolgirl they believed that princesses don’t even go to toilet. Now anything may happen to young royal beauty if her look is modelled by kids’ games experts.
These folks ensure us that princess looks can be altered with the means of plastic surgery, even if the uglyness is an evil witch curse.
Liver surgery simulator 3D
Just because it concerns human liver, the patients in this “preschool educational” simulator app are middle-aged men with frightened grins, for obvious lifestyle reasons.
If you dissect the trunk of one of them you’ll find two sorts of insect-looking creatures running around in abdomen and inside the liver. Next patient would need a liver transplant. Skull and bones on the buckle might tell their own story as well.
Plastic surgery simulator
This game is developed by folks from Israel, and it brings us face to face with victims of disaster at some chemical factory. Catastrophe provides plenty of employment for plastic surgeons and cuts look quite realistic.
The simulator teaches kids how to take a split-skin graft from thigh and how to reattach the finger cut off by unruly machine. Victims lips need you to pump them with a jab of silicone, this is what plastic surgeons would do in disaster area.
Lips surgery simulator
Now you have four female patients and three ways to help them, as it’s said, to get ready for a prom.
First and last problem to help with is, indeed, acne, however the climax of the game is a lip changing surgery. However ugly your lips seem to you, it’s ok if you know experienced lip doctor and a celebrity to impersonate.
ER Surgery Simulator
Here’s sister game of “Plastic surgery simulator”, and the catastrophe we face now is an earthquake. Emergency Room surgery application game is a space where you may start helping disaster victims by giving woman a caesarean section in the blocked road condition.
Then you go on and do brain surgery to boy who’s got head trauma or an open heart operation to a man found sitting on the bench in pain. But reaching level six you have to… pay (as we know it from comments left in app store).
Brain surgery simulator 3D
They say it’s gross but fun. Solving patients’ brain problems, our little surgeons literally wash their brains. Thereafter patients still look unhappy but less depressed.
Unfortunately this terrible (or terrific?) surgery game app doesn’t teach kids not to apply plaster to unprotected brain, may them not have a chance to do this in real life.
Baby Elsa spinal surgery
As one of YouTube comments states, Baby Elsa has a heart, unlike the guy who made this. Little animated princess Elsa from Disney’s Frozen is put on the operating table for a spinal surgery after severe traumatic experience.
Simulating surgeon, you may drill the bones of princess’ spine as if they were bricks in a wall, however you’ll end up happy knowing that baby Elsa is finally ok.
Wax surgery simulator
One of the wtf-award-winning salon makeover games created in Pakistan and available in the app store. We deal with beautiful animated princesses who desperately need some common grooming as well as wax therapy (in order to get rid of body hair). Ever imagined noble princess with hairy legs, uncleaned ears or stubbly chin? Then you can add arms, back and cheeks.
Playing Wax surgery doctor game may take a lot of time, bringing back unforgettable experience like hunting for gigantic lice in the jungle of princess scalp hair.
Beauty brain surgery
This funny and somehow dystopian app is developed in Romania. Your patient is a beautiful girl who just wants to remove some thoughts from her puzzled mind with the means of brain surgery. Then you discover that her brain is pink in color and has chocolates, shopping items and other funny and fancy things instead of thoughts.
There are also big neurons (or astrocytes?) deep inside this beauty head matter, that are responsible for mood swings and have to be lit up manually, cell by cell.
Satisfaction with Dora massage definitely goes to Dora, not to people who play this state-of-wtf-art game.
Back massage simulator seems to be highly weird unless we understand how desperately this schoolgirl needs to relax after a hard and stressful day spent in school. Then you may surely have fun using hot stones to help Dora restore to the good mood.