Curve Digital and iFun4All have brought their 2D stealth action title   Serial Cleaner to Steam and also to match platforms, but there was only one stage they felt was lost: Nintendo Switch. We know that the game will soon be crossing its way to the Nintendo games console at the end of 2017.

This announcement comes from the Serial Cleaner Steam community site, where developer iFun4All additionally guarantees that the game will continue to see support for many currently available platforms. The programmer did tease that announcements would be on the road, although it wasn’t elaborated on.

At  Serial Cleaner, you choose the part of a “specialist” cleaner in 1970s America. You must see crime scenes, even eliminating bodies, blood stains, and some evidence before the cops show up. Naturally, part of this job is about getting away without being captured, so that youll have to make sure that you leave no trace of ever becoming in the surroundings.

Serial Cleaner is currently available on PC, Mac, Linux, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One for $14.99.  Unfortunately not much more detail was given on the game’s Nintendo Switch release date apart from that owners would not need to wait long.

To find out more on the game, you can visit its own  Steam page.

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