Indie developer EnsenaSoft has announced the forthcoming release of MOP: Operation Cleanup, an exciting platform adventure, in which radiation and trash has destroyed the planet, and heroic deeds are needed to clean up the mess. Scheduled for PC, PS4, PS3 and PS Vita release in December with Xbox One to follow in 2016, MOP: Operation Cleanup is the second game by EnsenaSoft to go on Steam™, the first being arcade adventure, Miko Mole.
You are MOP, a trashcan and valiant defender of the environment on a mission to clean up the world. Evil dominates the streets and everywhere you look, trash is littering the road, and the foul odor is polluting and contaminating what life is left. Your objective is to guide MOP through five challenging worlds, each containing ten difficult missions full of pixel-perfect platforming fun. Run, jump, swim and slide your way through each world, while destroying enemies and obstacles on your way. You will need a lot of skill, patience and perfect timing to complete certain tasks, as levels in the game contains traps and are full of surprises. Entry levels can be completed by ridding the area for trash or by reaching the end without loss of a life, while later levels requires careful planning and a lot of practice to complete. As you progress, you can reenergize by collecting boosters of energy shaped as batteries, but they become harder to discover on later levels.
MOP: Operation Cleanup is a hardcore platform game to fans of the genre offering an ingenious design, unexpected surprises, great music and fun action-packed gameplay.
Do you have what it takes to save the world?