Viscera Cleanup Detail: Santa's Rampage Image
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  1. Dec 27, 2013
    It is a simple and straightforward game: clean up the place. I played this before the Shadow Warrior and felt more polished. It still has some shortcomings like the ease to ditch over the containers accidentally. You can't save the progress which isn't that of an issue in case of such a small area. There isn't any progress indicator but only the clock-out terminal which tells you to go back to work more; okay, but how much? There are games that are tremendous fun for me even in alpha (Minecraft, Take on Mars), and luckily, this was one of them. I'd suggest buying the original Viscera Cleanup Detail and you get these two on Steam for bonus; well worth it. Expand
  2. Dec 29, 2013
    The game itself is very very stupid but it is highly additive and fun. its only $2 you really cant go wrong with $2. Its also just fun to destroy the whole place with dynamite. Expand
  3. Dec 23, 2013
    Besides achievement hunting (Steam version) game has no other objectives besides the obvious (and quite hard and boring) one cleaning up the mess.

    Tried multiplayer with a buddy (using VoIP) it makes it a bit more fun to play around, but not for a long time. It just gets boring fast and annoying with all the glitches.

    On the other hand it costs way below 5 euros (something like 2?) on Steam right now, so, yeah, I could say that it's worth for a evening or two entertainment, not more.