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Medical Sim

Category Tier-2 Genre

Top 139 best Steam games of all time tagged with Medical Sim, according to gamer reviews.

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
84% 732 votes
83% 113 votes
90% 10 votes
74% 46 votes
55% 107 votes
50% 14 votes
46% 246 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Medical Sim is also tagged with a correlated tag, the correlated tag has 20% correlation. 100% correlation means the pair of tags always appear together.

Tags most frequently applied to the same games as Medical Sim, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. Simulation 80%
  2. Casual 51%
  3. Singleplayer 47%
  4. Strategy 35%
  5. Indie 33%
  6. 3D 32%
  7. Adventure 27%
  8. Education 25%
  9. 2D 25%
  10. Management 24%
  11. Life Sim 23%
  12. Colorful 21%
  13. Cute 21%
  14. RPG 19%
  15. Action 18%
  16. Sandbox 16%
  17. Early Access 16%
  18. Immersive Sim 16%
  19. First-Person 16%
  20. Realistic 16%
  21. Story Rich 16%
  22. Choices Matter 15%

The Medical Sim tag refers to a genre of simulation games that allow players to experience and simulate the role of medical professionals or engage in medical-related activities. These games often aim to provide a realistic representation of medical procedures, diagnoses, and patient care.

In Medical Sim games, players take on the role of doctors, nurses, surgeons, or other healthcare providers. They are tasked with treating various ailments or conditions through a combination of diagnosis, treatment planning, intervention execution, and patient management.

Some key elements commonly found in Medical Sim games include:

  • Realistic Medical Procedures These games strive to replicate real-world medical procedures as accurately as possible. This can include performing surgeries with detailed step-by-step instructions, conducting physical exams, analyzing lab results and diagnostic tests.
  • Patient Management Medical Sim games often require players to manage patients' cases from start to finish. This can involve determining diagnoses based on symptoms and test results, prescribing appropriate treatments, monitoring progress over time and adjusting treatment plans accordingly.
  • Skill Development Many Medical Sim titles incorporate gameplay mechanics designed to improve skills such as critical thinking, decision-making under pressure or time constraints. Players may need to prioritize tasks efficiently or make life-saving decisions in emergency situations.
  • Educational Element Due to the nature of these simulations and their focus on realism, they can serve an educational purpose by allowing aspiring medical professionals or students studying medicine gain hands-on experience virtually before working with actual patients.

Some well-known examples of this genre include:

  • Surgeon Simulator Developed by Bossa Studios, this game puts players in the role of a clumsy surgeon tasked with performing complex surgeries using comically imprecise controls.
  • Two Point Hospital A lighthearted and humorous game developed by Two Point Studios that allows players to manage their own hospital, overseeing patient care, staff management, and hospital expansion.
  • Trauma Team (Wii) This game puts players into the roles of various medical professionals such as surgeons, nurses, diagnostics experts etc., each with their own unique gameplay mechanics tailored around their specific role.

In summary, Medical Sim games offer players the opportunity to step into the shoes of medical professionals, engaging in realistic medical procedures, patient management, and skill development. These games can be both entertaining and educational as they provide insights into the complexities of healthcare while also allowing players to explore their own interest in medicine.

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