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‘Serial Cleaner’ Is A Murderous Metal Gear You’ll Want To Get In On

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chris-littlechild - October 4, 2016

  There’s something a little creepy-ass buried away in a dingy corner of the human mind. A morbid fascination about murder, serial killers and such. I live in Merry Old England, London specifically, and you’d be surprised how many Jack the Ripper walking tours you pass. Around Halloween especially, you can’t move for people excitedly yelling ‘that’s where the spleen was found!’ or ‘Wow, that must have been some precise disembowelment right there.’ 

Horror movies set out with the intent to make us foul our undercrackers, and we love them. Shows like NCIS and documentaries about these homicidal crazies give us all the grisly details, and some of us just can’t get enough. If you’re one of these kinda guys, this one’s for you.

Serial Cleaner is a stealth game with a difference. A horrible-ass bloody difference, which we can all agree is the best kind there is. We’re talking a stealth cleaning game, Rock Paper Shotgun reports, in the style of Viscera Cleanup Detail with one vital distinction: you’re tidying away evidence of these brutal homicides while the cops aren’t looking.

The whole thing’s dressed up in a dark comedy, cartoony, 70’s cop show sort of vibe, from the lead character’s shit-tastic mustache to the crime scenes inspired by real 70’s killings. In short, this one’s right up my macabre, piss-soaked and bloodstained alley, but how about you? Take an ogle around the Serial Cleaner official site to decide.

 

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