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An alien spacecraft crashes in the desert, and it’s your job, as a top-secret surgeon, to perform an autopsy on it in order to learn about its extraterrestrial anatomy.
If you lack a steady hand and touch the body cavity or body part with the tips of the conductive metal tweezers, you create an electromagnetic gamma ray field that revives the alien and sends a postmortem communication signal to the orbiting alien spaceship! Yikes! You’re in trouble now! You don’t get to keep its telepathy organ or reversible kneecap or any other part of its weird anatomy. But if you carefully maneuver the tweezers into the cavity without touching the edges or the organ, its otherworldly body part will appear on your surgical tray scoreboard!
• Play with a friend, competing for the most organs.
• Play solo, racing against the clock.
• Game times (solo and two-player) are saved in the Alien Autopsy Hall of Fame so you can keep track of your best scores.
Remember those great steady-hand circuit games of the 60s and 70s? Imagine merging the fun of yesterday’s vintage voltage with the technology of mobile touch-screen devices and you get the Alien Autopsy Game™!
Today’s game for yesterday’s tomorrow!
Not your mother’s take-it-out-with-tweezers game!
Perfect training for future inter-galactic surgeons!
Note: The creators of this game do not endorse vivisection of any kind on any living creature, no matter which planet they call home. This is just a game!
The Origin of the Infamous Alien Autopsy Game
On July 5, 1947, an alien spacecraft allegedly crashed in the New Mexico desert near the Roswell Army Airfield. Some people believe that the craft contained five aliens and that the government performed an autopsy on one of the aliens. This purported top secret “alien autopsy” has captivated imaginations ever since.
Did it really happen? Did the government cover it up? Was it just a hoax? Who knows! But one thing is for certain: this alleged alien autopsy spawned television programs, books, newspaper stories, and this really cool app inspired by vintage steady-hand circuit games!
What's New in Version 1.2
Added tutorial screens.
- 1,99 €
- Category: Games
- Updated: 03 August 2011
- Version: 1.2
- Size: 14.0 MB
- Language: English
- Developer: Belinda Recio
- © 2011 Belinda Recio
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.