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Internal damage

Video game concept

Tracks and simulates the effects of damage to internal systems, such as organs of a biological being or the various internal systems of a machine.

28
games
8
platforms

Alternate names: Sub-system damage
Name variations: Internal health, Sub-system health, Organ health

The first video game about Internal damage was released on August 1992.

Muse Games, Bay 12 Games and Subset Games has published most of these games

Note that some limited instances of internal damage should not be included, such as only one internal component being tracked.

This can include: major systems (e.g. organs such as brains, heart, lungs, liver, central computer, databanks, etc.), support structures (e.g. skeleton), resource distribution (e.g. blood veins, major electrical circuits, oil/coolant tubing, etc.), and so forth (e.g. muscles, hydraulics, actuators, sensory organs/devices, etc.).

Parent group

Health

Platforms

Windows 13
Linux 5
Mac OS X 4
MS-DOS 2
Internet Only 1
iOS 1
PS4 1
NES 1

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