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Serial Cleaner

Indie publisher, Curve Digital, have announced along with developer, iFun4All, a new fast-paced stealth-action game coming to Xbox One. Serial Cleaner is set in the 70s and will see you sneaking around bloody crime scenes, disposing of incrimminating evidence and dodging the police.

This fast-paced stealth-action game has you playing as the main character. As him, you will have to clean up murder scenes by disposing of bodies, covering up bloodstains, hiding murder weapons and other incrimminating evidence from the law authorities. To succeed, players must explore, experiment and make some pretty swift decisions in order to avoid detection by the police. Get caught and you’ll earn yourself a black mark on your career.

The game will use real-world data to modify levels according to the current time of day in a player’s whereabouts, so you’ll need to be very aware of your environment. There will be marked differences in noise detection and the ability to sneak around depending on whether it is night or day and that may very well mean the difference between freedom and jail.

iFun4All writer and designer, Krzysztof Zeiba;

Serial Cleaner was inspired by lose-fast/reload-fast games that demand players retry a level several times to learn how enemies react and figure out which zones of the map are the safest. If caught, the level generates the crime scene with the bodies moved, ensuring that the players can’t rely on just muscle memory to get through the stage. The game is tough, but fair, so players need to plan their moves accordingly, or just get in there and improvise: both approaches work.

If you are lucky enough to be on the way to PAX East in Boston from the 10th to the 12th of March, then Serial Cleaner will be playable at booth 22125. The game will also be showcased at EGX Rezzed in London from the 30th of March to the 1st of April.

Serial Cleaner will be hitting the Xbox One this summer.

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