Well, SOMEONE has to clean up after those space marines

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Well, SOMEONE has to clean up after those space marines

Postby Cardboard Box » Fri Sep 12, 2014 9:18 pm

Viscera Cleanup Detail is actually in alpha (or is it beta?) still, but for some reason I find it oddly enjoyable.

The concept is that instead of doing all the violence, you're one of the saps who comes in to clean those freshly liberated, oh-so-expensive space bases up in time for the inspectors to poke their pudgy little fingers into all the wall sockets to ensure they're working properly. Which means lots and lots of wielding the power mop, and lots and lots of fun and games with Havok physics - more fun than Goat Simulator!

It's slow. It's frustrating. Those idiots in Engineering just plonk the furnace and dispenser any old fargnaxing where and take off, and guess who has to put up with it? And where the barathrum have they left the arc welder (which can also be used to reduce and crispen up large alien chunks) this time?

Here's a YouTube video I did of my first experiences with it.

And I paid for and am still playing the damn thing.

And in other news, re-suumi paivaa!
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Re: Well, SOMEONE has to clean up after those space marines

Postby RaharuAharu » Sat Sep 20, 2014 2:31 pm

I have this game.

It is my zen, I enjoy cleaning up horrible messes in the virtual world. There is something relaxing about it.
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