Amateur Surgeon 3 Cheats And Tips: Earnest Pickles Walkthrough
Help yourself to another five stars with the next part of our Amateur Surgeon 3 walkthrough.
Amateur Surgeon 3:
We continue our Amateur Surgeon 3 walkthrough with the next patient in line, Earnest Pickles.
Patient: Earnest Pickles
First of all, chainsaw those crusty concrete lumps on Earnest's body. Now staple the big wounds, cauterize all open wounds, and apply the green salve to all of the cuts and bruises. Use the circular saw to proceed to the next part of the operation.
Use the chainsaw on the top yellow dotted lines. Now use the forceps to remove the broken rib and replace with the healthy one. Cauterize then heal, and repeat these actions for both ribs that need fixing on the right-hand side. Around this time you will probably need to apply an injection to speed up Earnest's heart rate, so be ready to do so.
Back on the patient's surface, simple staple, cauterize and heal up.
First of all, use the forceps to cleanly remove the objects from the patient. Now staple, cauterize and heal up all of the remaining wounds you can see.
Chainsaw the bit of bone indicated with a yellow line, then use the forceps to remove the damaged section and replace with the new piece. Cauterize and heal to move on to the next part of the operation.
Simply staple, cauterize with the Zippo, then use the healing salve to clear this section.
First of all, chainsaw through those crusty bits of concrete, then staple, cauterize and heal to complete the operation. Congratulations!
You need to score more than 4,200 points to take home the first bonus star, so you're going to need to maintain an almost flawless chain of combos. Take Mr Giblets into the operation with you and make use of his auto-heals as Earnest has a seriously slow heartbeat throughout the operation. You don't want to waste precious combo opportunities by injecting adrenaline.
The rules are simple for the second bonus star - don't make any mistakes, and get the job done in under three minutes. Easier said than done, but practice makes perfect.