If you enjoyed the classic Hasbro game Operation, then you'll probably HATE Shocking Autopsy. Operation is a delightful and constructive game -- It teaches children about anatomy. It encourages them to be careful and nurturing. Heaven knows how many doctors got their interest in medicine from Hasbro's Operation. And now here's Shocking Autopsy -- Some sick, demented toy inventor decided to turn that sweet game into a virtual torture chamber. The game is relatively simple to understand -- Instead of Operation's good-natured patient waiting to be cured, Shocking Autopsy gives you a fresh-killed corpse. You with me so far? Not just any corpse, mind you. This poor sap has been murdered with 9 different weapons, including a hatchet, an ice pick, a screwdriver, a bullet, and (our favorite) a razor blade.
Just like Hasbro's Operation, the object of the game is to use tweezers to carefully remove the embedded objects. You need a sharp eye and a steady hand to avoid touching the sides. And here is where Shocking Autopsy takes a truly disturbing turn... In Hasbro's Operation, if you touch the sides, a buzzer goes off. In Shocking Autopsy, if you are unlucky enough to touch the sides, a buzzer sounds, but you also get a painful shock of electricity! WE TOLD YOU IT WAS SICK! You pick cards to determine which murder weapon you have to take out. (You'll learn the hard way that some weapons are easier to remove than others.) If you are careful and steady, you may be able to remove it unscathed. But if you hand shakes or slips... ZAP!!! (Just worrying about the shock makes it more likely you will get it.) If you have the guts to play it, Shocking Autopsy is a great deal of fun. (especially at parties) WIMP MODE: We really don't want to tell you this, but there's a switch that lets you turn off the shocking part of the game, so you just get the buzzer. So if you've always wanted to be a doctor, get Hasbro's Operation. But if you dream of being a Medical Examiner or Coroner, (or if you're just one sick dude), roll your sleeves up and brace yourself for some shocking fun! Warning: This product emits an electric shock, keep out of the reach of children. Read Warning Panel before use. Do not use this product if you suffer from epilepsy, or any similar or related illnesses.