Doctor Panic

Doctor Panic
In Doctor Panic, you are a surgical team from the most prestigious hospital in the area. Your goal: Work together as a team to save a patient who just arrived on a stretcher before time runs out!

To accomplish this, you need to perform a series of medical treatments that have been prepared before the game. One or more players serve as overseers — emergency room managers, as it were — and they give tasks to the other medical personnel on hand: find a combination of drugs in this batch of cards; figure out the dose you need to administer by consulting this chart; stitch up a wound by "stitching" on a game board with needle and thread; and so on. If you complete all of the treatments before the final heart attack on the soundtrack, you are victorious! If not, you'll have to receive additional training...


Review: Doctor Panic

bloody oscar and his castle, a friendship, a pulse, a laugh, a fart, a flatline
It’s here. Doctor Panic, the first co-op game to ever feature a whoopie cushion, or a hairnet, or a needle and thread, is now available in shops. Best of all, it’s every bit as dumb as advertised!

There’s never been a game that demanded SU&SD’s attention more. Time for us to turn on the bright lights, disinfect our mouths and begin the delicate operation… of the review.


Games News! 31/03/14

seductive witches, fake cyclists, our lego saviour, flaming phones, vats of slime
Games News! 31/03/14
Quinns: How is everybody? Are we all recovered from the biblical deluge that was last week's news? I saw one of you got a token right in the eye, so I hope this week will be a little more sedate *is passed piece of paper* OH COME ON

Alright, then! Let's get through this. Fantasy Flight has announced a new, English language edition of The Last Banquet (seen above). A feast of a game, The Last Banquet sits between 6 and 25 players, who (depending on their team and the scenario) will try and manipulate everybody's seating positions. Like a kind of... turn-based musical chairs, with added poison?