Autopsy Simulator Coming Soon To Steam

Autopsy Simulator Coming Soon To Steam

Autopsy Simulator is a game that psychologically takes you beyond the simulation as you delve into the story. You play as a pathologist named Jack, going about your job, examining reports to understand the history of the victim. Each victim brought in to be analyzed has their own story. Therefore, as the player, you would have to do the autopsy well in order to fully grasp the story. During an autopsy of a peculiar woman, Jack discovers an engagement ring of his long lost wife, Kate. This is where the game takes a turn into simulating a movie called ‘The Autopsy of Jane Doe.’ Jack is faced with disturbing forces and his own thoughts, which have to be handled with medication as he tries to uncover the truth.

The cases in the game were created with the assistance of “pathomorphologists and forensic doctors”, in order to give the player a real feel of an autopsy process. Game developers, Woodland Games, put an emphasis on the realism of the autopsy with the attention to detail of the organs of the cadaver and the injuries associated with their deaths. Morphing the simulator into a horror game is what makes this an interesting title to be released on Steam soon. Check out the trailer below.

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Ziggy Valentine


I'm a Gaming Content Creator on YouTube and Twitch known as 'raindanceziggy'. Video games are one of the greatest ways in which to tell a story and I am a huge fan of story-driven gaming titles. My dream is to become a professional video editor, writer and use those tools to contribute to the gaming community and leave my mark or at least a high score!

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  1. Ibuki
    Ibuki
    April 21, 2020, 6:29 pm

    Looks eerie, but cool.

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