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Physiological horror meets frightening realism in this medical horror sim


Woodland Games and Team17 Digital announced their medical-horror sim Autopsy Simulator will launch on 9th May for PC. Stepping into the shoes of a practising pathologist, players can expect an unsettling atmosphere and gruesome detail as they unravel the mysteries behind each autopsy.

In Autopsy Simulator, players will dissect anatomically accurate bodies to uncover the cause of death. Navigating the mysteries surrounding each deceased, while armed with authentic tools, detailed case files and accurate procedures created in collaboration with real-world forensic experts.

In Dead Memories, Autopsy Simulator’s standalone story mode, experience the haunting tale of Jack Hanman and journey through the psychological horror of Jack's personal demons. The story mode offers a unique combination of simulation and horror, with engrossing gameplay mechanics and spine-chilling moments.

Autopsy Simulator Key Features:

  • Gruesome anatomical detail and medically certified autopsy procedures: Dissect anatomically accurate bodies using a range of autopsy procedures and tools authentic to real-world practice.
  • Realistic true crime scenarios: Study a range of case files designed by real-life pathomorphologists and forensic doctors, then use what you learn to guide each autopsy.
  • Narrative-driven story mode with simulation gameplay: In Autopsy Simulator: Dead Memories, follow a gripping personal mystery while performing medically accurate autopsy procedures vetted by a certified pathologist.

Autopsy Simulator is being developed by Woodland Games. To keep up to date, wishlist the game on Steam, like it on Facebook, follow on Twitter, and join the community on Discord.

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Fuelled mostly by coffee and a pathological desire to rid the world of bad grammar, Daniel has found his calling by picking holes in other people's work. In the rare instances he's not editing, he's usually breaking things in the site's back end.
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