SA developer brings alien-goo cleaning-sim

Viscera Cleanup Detail

South African developer RuneStorm has revealed Viscera Cleanup Detail, a cleaning sim that mixes elements of sci-fi, gore, and cleaning.

The game takes a classic alien-invasion-kills-everything story, and tasks you with the job of not eradicating the aliens, but rather cleaning up their mess.

So imagine you’re the guy tasked with cleaning up after the events of Dead Space – it’s basically that.

Players will have to mop up blood, sweep up bullet casings and pick up limbs and organs that were left around the levels.

So RuneStorm may have just opened up a new gaming genre: alien-goo-cleaning-janitor-FPS?

RuneStorm has released the free alpha version of the game through IndieDB, so grab your mop and roll up your sleeves, this is gonna be one messy job! Today, you’re on Viscera Cleanup Detail.

RuneStorm has also been hard at work on another interesting game, Rooks Keep, which made it to Steam’s Greenlight program.

Check out the trailer below:

Source: IndieDB

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  • Animated Meanderings

    Why?!?! D:

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  • Capt O

    brain just went numb :/

  • StrawberryZA

    I too wish to know this

  • BotanicusPopulus

    Can I now say that I’ve seen it all? O.o

  • Warren Patterson

    Will this support multiplay :-)

  • Sou1Co11ector

    This needs a multiplayer aspect… share the fun of soaking up hapless victims with a sponge or squeegeeing someone’s brains of the windows and making those babies shine again!

    Or a commande… uhm… cleaning crew leader mode where you can organise your crew in real time and send them to the most devastated or worst hit locations first.

    Or a time trial mop and bucket race mode where you not only race on a circuit, but also see who can clean his side of the tracks the most in the shortest amount of time.

    I see a bright future for the lonely-janitor-cleans-the-world-all-by-himself genre.

    I predict a winner guys!