Serial Cleaner Gets New Trailer Taking Jab at Hype, Preorders, and Boring Games

on November 22, 2016 11:04 AM

Today, developer iFun4all released a new trailer for its Early Access stealth/action games Serial Cleaner. The new trailer features a bit of gameplay, but mostly takes a comedic jab at preorders, hype, and bad games that have burned “us” in the past.

Never heard of Serial Cleaner? No Problem — here’s everything you need to know via the game’s Steam page:

ABOUT THIS GAME

Serial Cleaner is a story-driven, fast-paced stealth/action game, characterized by a 1970s theme and aesthetics.

MEET THE CLEANER

The protagonist is a professional cleaner, which means he takes care of cleaning up murder scenes by disposing bodies, covering up blood stains and hiding murder weapons and other incriminating evidence. He takes on jobs without asking questions, working shady assignments for the mafia, as well as taking on jobs from mysterious clients, which will put him in harm’s way… more so than what he’s comfortable with.

GAMEPLAY

It’s a dynamic stealth game, in which the player needs to figure out how to pick the location clean of evidence, while not getting caught. Exploring, experimenting and fast paced decision making are the key words here. Getting caught and questioned would put a black mark on the protagonist’s career and the environment is crawling with itchy-fingered police officers.

GAME HIGHLIGHTS

  • fully realized 1970s-inspired setting

  • just take a look at that art style!

  • humor and atmosphere inspired by movies such as Fargo and Pulp Fiction

  • playful approach to solving each level, which rewards exploration and experimentation

Serial Cleaner is currently available on PC via Early Access for $9.99 USD. You can check out the new trailer below:

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