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Crime Scene Cleanup Game ‘Serial Cleaner’ Coming to iOS

Polish developer iFun4All, who you may remember from their mobile releases Red Game Without A Great Name ($1.99) and Green Game TimeSwapper ($1.99) from a few years ago, released Serial Cleaner on desktop and consoles back in July of 2017 with a Nintendo Switch port launching the following November. Serial Cleaner is a top-down 2D stealth game where you play as a “cleaner" who goes around cleaning up crime scenes for the mob. Disposing of bodies, cleaning up blood, and destroying evidence is your job but you’ll need to do it without being spotted by the cops. All of this is decked out in a really cool art style and a heavy ’70s vibe, and Serial Cleaner has received a ton of positive praise from its releases on other platforms. And now in partnership with East2West Games, iFun4All’s most popular game to date is heading to iOS. While there’s no mobile trailer just yet, the Nintendo Switch trailer should give you a good idea of what Serial Cleaner is all about.

We always joke on our podcast about how many games that are big hits on Steam make their way over to mobile and it gives us a chance to finally experience them. Not that we couldn’t play games on Steam, it’s just that we rarely do, and since we play games on mobile all day long it’s a lot more likely that that’s how we’ll experience any particular game. Sure that typically means we’re a year or two behind the times for lots of popular games, but I have a big enough backlog as it is so that’s not really a problem for me, you know? Anyway, Serial Cleaner is exactly one of those games that I’ve heard a lot of good things about but figured I’d never get around to playing it if it wasn’t on mobile. And now that it IS coming I can’t wait to see what all the fuss has been about. No release date has been specified but East2West says the iOS version of Serial Cleaner will be coming “soon" and we’ll be keeping an eye out for it.