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Space Janitor: The Game That Will Clean Up

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It's all very well going around distant lands, blasting your ray gun at every opportunity and taking out hordes and hordes of alien henchmen - it's a lot of fun. But when the shooting finishes, and the battle is won, how are you going to get those blood stains out of the white carpet? And on what day do the council collect the rubbish in this galaxy?

Fortunately, a new game has come along which enables you to consider these issues - the superb Viscera Cleanup Detail: the universe's first space janitor simulator.

It's a first person sandbox game for Windows PC, and is currently just in development; the clip below shows a very early alpha prototype, which was built in just 10 days.

However, if you want to roll up your sleeves, get down and dirty, and make a clean living, this could be the game for you.

Get the free alpha build from IndieDB and visit the RuneStorm site here.

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