Somehow games involving the disposal of bodies and clean-up of crime scenes has become a niche genre, and though it certainly makes for morbid play it is at least pretty different conceptually. In this game you’ll be tasked with disposing of and cleaning up the scene of a crime while on the clock before the authorities arrive. In each scenario your methods and activities will vary a bit, ranging from the equipment you’ll use to get rid of those pesky corpses and/or body parts and some of the supporting tasks that are necessary to complete to get everything looking as immaculate as possible. Any speck of blood or piece of furniture or equipment that you haven’t addressed will be counted against you, but the tricky thing is you’ll need to methodically try to check everything yourself, there’s no indication beforehand what may be out of place and while you’ll be penalized for anything you miss it won’t give you any help knowing what was wrong so if you want to get to to 100% you’ll just need to try it all again and be more thorough. It’s novel, but it’s hardly without its flaws.
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