Bio Inc. Redemption, the medical simulator from DryGin Studios where doctors can sabotage or save their patients, has scheduled a transplant operation on iOS and Android for December 8th.

The latest entry in the Bio Inc. franchise, enjoyed by more than 17 million players, comes augmented with new features from the original Steam edition for doctors on the go. Heal the sick or commit medical malpractice with an upgradeable skill system, more than 40 side quests with valuable rewards, and competitive tournament modes to prove who’s the dominant MD.
Practitioners must contend with morbid mortals afflicted by a myriad of maladies, with more than 600 real illnesses, symptoms, tests, and treatments found throughout 24 medical cases. Doctors can diagnose symptoms, detect diseases, and employ treatment to save patients through 20+ hour single-player campaigns where doctors can Choose life or death.
Bio Inc serves not just pious practitioners with the Choose Life campaign, but also malevolent medics with Choose Death mode. Commit grievous violations of the Hippocratic Oath by inflicting disease and pestilence on patients. Treat or torment bobblehead versions of celebrities and political figures through the use of secret codes at the patient name screen.

Bio Inc. Redemption is the only game where you can give a dictator a venereal disease,” says J-F Mitchell, president, DryGin Studios. “The team put a lot of work into bringing the same great experience from the Steam version to touchscreen devices, and we’re ready for a new generation of doctors to enter the operating room.”

For more information, please visit the official website, follow DryGin Studios on Twitter, or like Bio Inc. on Facebook.

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