Autopsy Simulator Announced for Windows PC and Mac, Combines Accurate Pathology and Horror

Autopsy Simulator

PlayWay S.A. have announced Woodland Games’ Autopsy Simulator- an accurate autopsy game, with a horror twist.

While lacking any formal press release (the entry on Games Press only includes a link to the trailer), the game appears to be an accurate look at the grim world of pathology. However, through the trailer and Steam store description page, the game appears to have some horror elements.

Pathologist Jack discovers the engagement ring of his lost wife Kate, inside the body of a dead woman. While still attempting to do his job, Jack slowly learns what happened, though his own mind becomes assaulted by horrifying sights.

You can find the announcement trailer below.

You can find the full rundown (via Steam) below.

Autopsy Simulator is a simulator game with horror elements which transforms into mystery. The player takes the role of pathologist named Jack. During the autopsy of mysterious woman, Jack finds inside her the engagement ring of his long lost wife Kate. When the action is in progress other elements of the mystery are found. In order to reveal the truth, Jack has to fight a battle with the sinister forces and his own thoughts.

Examine the reports, look through the files, find out the history of the victim
Everyone has own story. So to do the autopsy well, you need to know it from the inside (and) out.

Cases analyzed by specialists
Each case was created with the help of pathomorphologists and forensic doctors, so you will feel as if you’re involved in a real autopsy process.

Detailed mapping of organs and cases
We’re putting our focus on/into realism, so organs, their invoices, injuries and cases are presented with attention to detail and realism

A combination of simulator and horror game
This is an unprecedented combination – apart from a realistic representation of the autopsy, we have got a spine-chilling story and an interesting story.

Autopsy Simulator is coming soon to Windows PC and Mac (via Steam).

Image: Steam

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