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Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor

 

Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor is an anti-adventure game about picking up trash in an alien bazaar. Play as the Janitor, an Alaensee girlbeast with a municipally-subsidized trash incineration job and dreams of leaving the planet of Xabran’s Rock far behind her.

Explore the Spaceport! Navigate the maze of alleyways, side streets, plazas, and bridges as you search for discarded items to burn. Investigate one of various entrances to the mysterious subterranean sewerdungeon, or climb the ominously symmetrical Ziggurat to get a better view of the urban landscape! If you pay attention and keep track of landmarks, you won’t get lost… probably.

Embrace routine! 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! Find a middle ground between your life of menial drudgery and a culture of exciting quests and powerful heroes, and you might finally find a way off Xabran’s Rock!

Our thoughts:

Like most of our reviews I had no idea what I was getting into! The 3d pixel like artwork and animations are absolutely stunning!

I look forward to playing more of this game and for now I’ll give it the score below.

GPUabuse score

Strangely awesome. - 90%

90%

For some reason Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor kept reminding me of the first Animal Crossing (who am I kidding all Animal Crossings are the same.) I'm unsure if it was the cute character styles or maybe even the word layout - regardless nostalgia hit me hard 😛

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Capen The Barbarian

Ahoy! My name is Joshua and I am the creator and Host of GPUabuse.
My fascination with computer technology started when I first heard the Windows 98 boot sound. I’ve always been the creative type and started upgrading computer components as soon as I found out it was possible. I’m easy to get along with and like meeting new people. I love stepping out of my comfort zone and playing unusual game genres.

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