Leave No Grisly Clues Behind in Serial Cleaner, Coming to PS4

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Leave No Grisly Clues Behind in Serial Cleaner, Coming to PS4

Hey, PlayStation fans! We’re iFun4all and we’re super excited to announce that our wacky, fast-paced stealth game Serial Cleaner will be making its way onto your favorite console! Working on this game has been a blast, and we want to share some of the things that make it unique.

Serial Cleaner’s premise is simple — you’re a professional cleaner, the guy who’s tasked with taking care of the mess left after mafia shootouts and other grisly affairs. Your job is to remove the evidence from the scene — bodies, weapons, and blood — so that nobody can connect the crime to your clients. The police force is on the scene as you move through it, so a single mistake can lead to your arrest and questioning, putting a black mark on your career!

In essence, the idea of Serial Cleaner came from dynamic, lose-fast/reload-fast games that demand that you retry a level several times to learn how enemies react, and figure out which zones of the map are safest. Each time you are caught, the level restarts, but elements of it will get randomized, ensuring that you can’t rely on just muscle memory to get through a stage!

The Cleaner is resourceful, but he’s also got years of experience under his belt — his trademark Cleaner Sense allows you to have a look at each location from a bird’s eye view, and figure out how best to proceed. The game is tough, but fair, so plan your moves right, or just get in there and improvise: both approaches are valid!

Serial Cleaner includes a fleshed-out story campaign that takes you inside the 1970s, a decade of funky music, disco dancing, outta-sight clothes… and serial killers. Join the Cleaner as he takes missions from the mafia and a new, mysterious Client, whose influence will put our anti-hero in harm’s way. Learn new tricks and escape new enemy types that are added into the mix as you progress through the story, and see the game change as it modifies your experience based on real-world data! Then check out one of our many Challenge Modes to see if you can beat your friends’ score while playing under a different set of rules!

We haven’t yet mentioned the game’s unique, angular artstyle, and a 70s-inspired soundtrack full of beats to make you bounce in your seats. Expect to hear a lot of funk, mixed with disco, hard rock, and smooth tunes to soothe the soul. Add to that unlockable alternative clothing and movie-inspired bonus levels, and you’ve got yourself one groovy package! Can you dig it?

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  • Sounds awesome!

  • This sounds like a fun time! Got a launch time frame?

  • Looking great! Quite original as well. I watched a couple of walkthroughs and it looks like a fun time. PS4 Pro support? Supersampling on a 1080p screen?

    • Thanks! We’re glad you enjoy it :) We’re definitely looking into PS Pro support. Please stay tuned for more info.

  • looks fun! but the real question is will it be on the Vita!?!

    • Thank you! We’re focusing on PS4 version at this moment, but we hear you :)

    • You know, Hotline Miami is available on PS4 but I opted to play that on the Vita. Some games are just better playing solo by yourself on that beautiful small screen of the Vita. Plus easy start / stop games played on the go while waiting for something or other are best played on Vita as well. So this is really a great question because this game seems well designed for games I end up preferring to play on Vita.

  • Ugh. You nearly had me, until you started talking about 70s music. I’m still trying to pretend I don’t remember any music from that decade.

    Except maybe Abba. There, I said it. I’m so embarrassed.

  • This is ridiculous, I love it!!

  • I love it! I will buy it whenever it releases! Any plans to do a physical release of the game? (coughlimitedrungamescough)

  • I don’t normally go for stealth games because you can spend a lot of time and then have to repeat a big section the same way again (which gets boring) to get to new part where you screwed up last time. But if this game is lose-fast / reload-fast (like Hotline Miami) and has random elements to keep things engaging then it may be something I enjoy regardless.

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