MOP: Operation Cleanup

MOP: Operation Cleanup

MOP: Operation Cleanup is an interesting game that you can find on Google Play. The actual gameplay is nothing that special but the story behind is worth noting.

You will play as a robot that has to clean one extremely polluted planet and restore nature to its former glory. To do this you will collect all kinds of garbage and then you will have to bring the trash to a processing plant where the trash will be eliminated. In addition to this you will fight various strange creatures that have come into existence thanks to the pollution around. The game succeeds in creating an atmosphere of hopelessness and MOP: Operation Cleanup is so good at this you can actually feel the current condition of the planet. In addition the app comes with great futuristic sound effects that add more value to the game.

The actual gameplay is nothing special, though – the robot will be running automatically forward and when you go through a piece of garbage you will collect it. You can also jump around and perform stunts since some garbage is placed in odd places and there’s no other way to access it. It is important to say that if you miss a single piece of garbage you will fail a level so make sure to get all the trash that you can find. Fortunately you can replay a level numerous times so there’s nothing to worry about.

MOP: Operation Cleanup is a fun game that features great 2D visuals and sound effects as well as challenging gameplay and this is where the magic of this app lies. MOP: Operation Cleanup is a fun game – just give it some time and you will enjoy it for sure.

MOP: Operation Cleanup is here on Google Play.

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