The 'Surgeon Simulator' Game Just Got an Anti-Trump Twist
Donald Trump has died 17,735 times at the computer-simulated hands of gamers trying to make surgery great again.
"Surgeon Simulator," a video game created in 2013, lets you perform surgical operations from a first-person point of view. In a new edition of the game, Donald Trump is your patient.
In the "Surgeon Simulator: Inside Donald Trump" edition, you can give him a gold heart (for a hero) or a stone heart (for a villain). To date, 60% have opted to transplant him with the latter.
There are also new surgical items available in this edition, like a handheld Trump Tower to loosen his organs or a Trump Steak to "gently caress him with," says the Surgeon Simulator website.
According to the website, nearly $16 million has been spent on the game so far. That's about 16,000 of the most expensive Trump Steaks.