Serial Cleaner is about cleaning up crime scenes after something nasty happened. It has really nice animations, decent music and an attractive art style. Clearing a map is satisfying when it goes well, but the reason I wouldn't recommend it is because although each level is in a specific place with the same layout, every time you get caught the bodies and items move and the patrols are randomised so there's no way to practice a map or improve on what went wrong. When you get caught, it resets the whole thing (which is fair enough), but when it's random every time it gets pretty frustrating. I guess this adds replayability, but I find it frustrating. Great premise for a game though!