Microsurgeon

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Follow this link for info about the review system. 1 = Terrible, 5 = Awesome!

A great Fantastic Voyage kind of game.

MicrosurgeonGraphics: 5
Sound: 3
Replay Value: 5
Notes: 1- or 2-player game; Easter Egg
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We spent hours operating on our patients in Microsurgeon. This is one of the coolest Imagic games, from the box art to the incredible graphics. Never felt comfortable letting patients die to get that huge bill, though. Love that integer underflow! The TI 99-4/A version had a cute little "Paging Dr. Levine" voice goody in it - would have been cool to have that in the Intellivision version, too.

To see what the game's creator is up to these days, hop on over to Richard S. Levine's very own web site!




ROM No ROM variants have been identified.
Box So far, two variations have been found.
Manual Three variants have been identified.
Overlays Two different overlay variations are known to exist. Note: This game uses multiple overlays.
Label No variations have been found.
Easter Eggs The author's first name is hidden in the game.




A total of two Microsurgeon box variants have been documented.

Image Vendor Part Number Year Origin Description
Microsurgeon Box (Imagic 710013-1 Rev. A) Imagic 710013-1 Rev. A 1982 U.S.A. Standard black tray with cardboard backing; has game name and catalog number on top; game title on silver background on spine
Image not available. Imagic 710013-2A 1982 U.S.A. NEED VERIFICATION; International Edition




A total of three Microsurgeon manual variants have been documented.

Image Vendor Part Number Year Origin Description
Microsurgeon Manual (Imagic 700013-1A) Imagic 700013-1A 1982 U.S.A.  
Image not available. Imagic 700013-2A 1983 U.S.A. NEEDS VERIFICATION; International Edition—instructions in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish
Microsurgeon Manual (Imagic ????) Imagic ???? None   Dutch; noted, and submitted, by Oscar G.; shocking red cover; released by Dunnet




A total of three Microsurgeon overlay variants have been documented.

Image Vendor Part Number Year Origin Description
Microsurgeon Overlay (Imagic 740014-1A) Imagic 740014-1A 1982   Original version of overlay for left controller
Microsurgeon Overlay (Imagic 740013-1A) Imagic 740013-1A 1982   Original version of overlay for right controller
Microsurgeon Overlay (Imagic 740014-1B) Imagic 740014-1B 1982   Revised version of overlay for left controller; note red Imagic logo and different font
Microsurgeon Overlay (Imagic 740013-1B) Imagic 740013-1B 1982   Revised version of overlay for right controller; note red Imagic logo and different font
Microsurgeon Overlay (Phil Boland 740013-1A<br>PRTD2014) Phil Boland 740013-1A
PRTD2014
1982   Part of the Imagic Overlays 2.0 Set (2016); based on revision 1A of overlay for left controller, but uses part number of right overlay
Microsurgeon Overlay (Phil Boland 740013-1A<br>PRTD2014) Phil Boland 740013-1A
PRTD2014
1982   Part of the Imagic Overlays 2.0 Set (2016) based on revision 1A of overlay for right controller




Only one version of the label has been found for Microsurgeon.

Image Vendor Part Number Year Origin Description
Microsurgeon Label (Imagic 720013-1A) Imagic 720013-1A 1982 U.S.A. Picture label




Title Screen For an Imagic game, this is quite a spartan title screen.
Patient Status Screen Hope this one pulls through!
The Fantastic Voyage This is one of the coolest-looking Intellivision games. Lots of fun to play, too.





There was a nifty little Easter egg hidden in the circulatory system of your patient in Microsurgeon - the first name of the game program designer, Rick Levine.

Can you spot the Easter egg?



If you find new, contradictory, or other information you wish to share, please let me know!