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Step into the polished shoes of The Cleaner, a professional crime scene cleaner for the mob. There's no business like the cleaning business, and right now business is booming… Sneak around crime scenes avoiding detection from the guarding cops as you vacuum up blood, hide bodies and remove evidence in this 70's styled, fast paced, 2D action/stealth game.
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When it comes to pleasant surprises, Serial Cleaner ranks among my favorite indie releases of 2017. The simple to grasp mechanics yet surprisingly deep execution managed to take a genre that I traditionally loathe, and somehow deliver an immensely gratifying experience. Don’t get me wrong, this will most likely not be winning any end-of-year awards, but it’s a mess that’s worth tidying up after. Who knew that obstruction of justice could be so much fun?
A fun take on both stealth games and genre films, Serial Cleaner will be way more enjoyable if it can fix a bad lighting bug that made it almost unplayable.
Serial Cleaner is sound mechanically (aside from the incompetent AI), but it does get repetitive as each level is essentially the same. It's a unique take on the stealth genre, but it also got stale a little too quickly. It needs more variety to keep players engaged beyond completing the story levels, because as it stands, it's a short experience that leaves you wanting more, in terms of level design and the mechanics that are introduced.