iFun4All, the Polish developer behind several mobile games such as Green Game TimeSwapper and Red Game Without A Great Name, launched Serial Cleaner on PC and consoles back in July 2017. In November of the same year, the game made its way to Nintendo Switch. It was well-received by players, receiving a very positive (84%) review rating on Steam.

Serial Cleaner is well-received on Steam

For those who don’t know, Serial Cleaner is a stealth game with 2D graphics and a top-down perspective in which you play as a “cleaner". If you’re wondering about the quotation mark, it’s because the nature of your cleaning jobs is a bit… unconventional. You see, you won’t be just a regular cleaner, but one who is hired by criminals to clean up their crime scenes. That involves disposing bodies, cleaning up blood, and getting rid of evidence. Needless to say, you have to do all that while avoiding the cops.

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Cleaning up the crime scene while avoiding the cops

Everything is presented through a classic art style that gives off a 1970s vibe, and the PC version of the game even uses real-world data to modify the levels according to your current time. And now, iFun4All is bringing its popular game to iOS devices as a result of a partnership with East2West Games. Currently, there is no trailer for the upcoming mobile version of Serial Cleaner yet, but the PC trailer should be enough to give you an idea of what the game is all about. Check it out below:

The simple nature of Serial Cleaner makes it a perfect fit for mobile, so this upcoming port will undoubtedly bring it to a wider range of audience. Many people who did not have the chance to try it on PC or consoles would finally get to enjoy on the go. The exact release date remains unclear for now, but East2West has said that the game will be coming “soon”. If you are interested, be sure to keep yourself updated.