Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Now THIS game just screams "excitement!"

This question was in an online survey I took last night.

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18 comments:

Officer Cynical said...

1 and 7

Sarah Glenn said...

I'm just visualizing an app for Wii.

Dana said...

Extremely interested!!!

Packer said...

Hey nothing happened when I clicked next...........

Rick said...

Cross "Go," collect 200mg of Dilantin

Anonymous said...

As a resident I might be interested; it depends. If said videogame allows me to virtually smack the ER attending for trying to force an admit for pseudoseizures, I would be "Extremely Interested (7)" in playing it, whether it incorporates "epilepsy seizure pathophysiology" or "new treatments for epilepsy".

Webhill said...

A game that incorporates pathophysiology?? I am soooooo there. But - doesn't come with built-in friends? Because I think wanting to play this game is part of the reason I don't have anyone to play with.

Webhill said...

A game that incorporates pathophysiology?? I am soooooo there. But - doesn't come with built-in friends? Because I think wanting to play this game is part of the reason I don't have anyone to play with.

Kim said...

There are some educational websites that have math and spelling games. My son is very into computer games, he has a laptop, a Wii and a Nintendo DSI, but I just couldn't convince him that these math and spelling games would be fun.

Mark In Mayenne said...

Now available on XBox Kinect!!!!

Anonymous said...

Hey, I got some CE once by playing a hypertension game. It was extremely hokey, but I think the game-maker needed some 'hits'.

I checked back later for the credit certificate and it was no longer available. (But, it was so fun... in a hokey kind of way.)

Dissector said...

Well.... you are a neurologist... it could be about neuronal membrane channel mutations.

Anonymous said...

Spear the opponent with a phenobarb harpoon.
Whack him with a depa-Cane.

Ben S said...

Chopra's next winner.

Debbie said...

You neurologists have all the fun!

Anonymous said...

Sounds like a lot of fun.
My son, a pharmacy student, has a computer game with a virtual cat that shows appropriate clinical signs if injected with neuroactive substances. One time he was chatting online with his sister while also injecting the cat, and remarked "Oops, I just killed the cat." Only later did he realize that he had forgotten to tell his sister it was a VIRTUAL cat.

Nurse K said...

The pathophysiology game includes flashing strobe-like lights that go off without warning. You win if you don't dislocate your shoulder when you fall over.

Anonymous said...

I want it. Where can I download it from?

 
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