If you thought the trash compactor should’ve won in Episode IV, this game’s for you.
Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor is the latest title from AYB favourites tinyBuild. You play the titular spaceport janitor, (not) wandering around colourful planets and (totally not) having adventures.
TinyBuild’s games have always been fun, playful takes on classic tropes, and Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor looks like no exception. Check out the full release from tinyBuild below.
Longing for a life of intergalactic adventure, of blasting through asteroid belts, meeting strange new creatures and swimming the shores of exotic planets?
Well, keep dreaming…there’s trash to collect.
Available today on PC (Win), Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor is an anti-adventure game about picking up refuse in an alien bazaar and the municipally-subsidized trash incinerator who dreams of leaving the planet far behind her.
Spend your days cleaning up litter, finding food, and testing your luck at lottoshrines scattered throughout the area. Daily tasks form the backbone of your life as the Janitor, providing structure and monotonous security in an uncertain world! Do not deviate from your routine. Pray, work, eat, sleep. Do not deviate from your routine.
Suffer the curse!
Stick your scentflaps where you shouldn’t, and you may just walk away with an ancient cranial entity haunting your every waking moment. Consult local Necresses, pray to the Nine Goddesses, purchase ritual objects, and rub the giant sword to balance your personal luck favorably. Maybe that will make the whispering stop.
Embark on an anti-adventure!
Navigate the maze of alleyways, side streets, plazas, and bridges as you search for discarded items to burn. If you pay attention and keep track of landmarks, you won’t get lost…probably.
Embrace the menial drudgery of your everyday existence and get Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor, available now for $9.99 (USD) on Steam: http://store.steampowered.com/app/436500/
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