When the Battle Against Killer Robots, Invading Aliens, and Monstrous Demons is All Said and Done, Who Cleans Up the Mess?
Now I’ve played many a shooters in my day, from blasting cyber demons in Doom, to zapping a nefarious splicer in Bioshock, but no shooter has asked the hard question. When the bullets run dry, and the bad guys are all gone, what happens to the carnage left in the protagonists wake?
Surely someone must clean up all the gore drenched streets, pickup the millions of shell casings, and sweep the streets of chunks of meat. Well lucky for us, the developer’s at Runestorm have an answer, the humble janitor. In Viscera Cleanup Detail, you take on the role of a janitor keeping pace with the games protagonist, so that you may clean up his mess, with your trusty futuristic mop.
“It was a long and horrific battle as the survivor dueled with all manner of horrific life-forms and alien mutations, but our hero won out in the end and destroyed the alien menace! Humanity was saved!”
“Unfortunately, the alien infestation and the heroic efforts of the courageous survivors have left rather a mess throughout the facility. As the janitor, it is your duty to get this place cleaned up.”
“So grab your mop and roll up your sleeves, this is gonna be one messy job.
Today you’re on Viscera Cleanup Detail!”
Viscera Cleanup Detail, was the product of a recent game jam, and is still in the alpha stage of development. If the game interests you, show support by voting for it on Steam Greenlight, or pre-order it directly from Runestorm’s website, which gives you access to early builds of the game along with a DRM free version once it’s completed.