Despite the name, it’s not a sequel to Emergency Room, but a Windows 98 remake/release. Try to cure 50 patients in a realistic medical sim with enough teaching tools to be accessible to laypeople.
Let’s (belatedly) celebrate FIVE YEARS AT JGR by taking a look at the Super Nintendo’s best first-party creative suite!
You’re not a doctor, you just play one on the computer. It’s a detailed ER simulator with plenty of injuries to treat, that’s also surprisingly accessible.
Ubergeek and his first grade English class take a crack at numbers with the Count. Since it’s on the NES, it uses 6…. 7…. 8! 8 bits! Ah ha ha!
Static finds there’s only one way you’re going to learn how to type – if your life depends on it.
Toolworks’ surprisingly involved simulator of abdominal surgery will both teach you the basics and let you try them yourself on an endless supply of
helpless test subjects patients.