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Throw trash in the cart trash/Mop up stains/Replace dirty towels/Replace toilet rolls/Flush dirty toilets, drain bathtubs/Make the beds/P.S. Return the cart to the elevator/P.P.S. Do not annoy the guests again!
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Breach and Clean is a hotel cleaning simulator, released online for free in 2016. It is made by Vlambeer, the creators of Nuclear Throne, Ridiculous Fishing, and Luft Rausers.

You plays as a hotel cleaner, adding rolls of toilet paper, removing trash, mopping up stains, and more... sometimes while the guests are still in their rooms. Additionally, some of the rooms are locked yet still need to be cleaned - in order to get at them you must blow up the door with a breaching charge, several of which are in your cleaning cart.

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Breach and Clean contains examples of:

  • Color-Coded for Your Convenience: When opening a door (whether normally or via the bomb), a tag appears on the door. red means locked (requires a bomb to open), yellow means unfinished (usually added when the player opens the door and starts cleaning), blue is acceptable (the room counts as complete), and green is perfect (no known bonus, but you got everything).
  • Endless Game: The game has no ending, going on until the player is fired.
  • Friendly Fireproof: It's impossible to harm yourself, the hotel rooms, or the guests with the bombs; their only purpose is to open locked doors.
  • Incredibly Obvious Bomb: The breaching charges used to open locked doors resemble dynamite and have a very obvious timer attached.
  • Infinite Supplies: You never run out of bombs, towels, toilet paper rolls, or mops, no matter how many you pick up from your cart.
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  • No Plot? No Problem!: There's no explanation as to why the player has to clean rooms with people already in them, let alone use bombs to open locked doors.
  • Shoot Out the Lock: The player has breaching charges specifically for this purpose.
  • Speaking Simlish: The radio announcer and the hotel guests definitely aren't speaking English.

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