MOP Operation Cleanup
MOP Operation Cleanup is showing how much Ensenasoft can stretch
their craft. Players take a little robot character that reminded me of
Wall-E. Well a mix of Wall-E and Chibi Robo. He collects garbage and
trash. He can also jump on the enemy characters. There are goals in each
of the levels of MOP Operation Cleanup. Collecting all of the trash, and
destroying all of the enemies are common goals.
Family Friendly Gaming was provided a developers version of MOP Operation Cleanup. What that means is we could skip around and play any level at any time. Most games do not allow that in retail copies. Ensenasoft has been known to release games that allow gamers to access any level at any time. So maybe the final retail copy will be just like what FFG as provided. I am very thankful to get an early behind the scenes look at MOP Operation Cleanup.
Hardcore gamers are going to get into MOP Operation Cleanup. This game is challenging. The game play mechanics are what makes MOP Operation Cleanup so tough. Your little robot character is constantly moving in a certain direction. Players must jump, double jump, and wall jump to get to the landing zone. It is extremely difficult to turn your robot around in MOP Operation Cleanup. It would be great if there was a turn around button. Or maybe an easy mode where families could completely control movement of the robot like a platformer.
I noticed a sign in MOP Operation Cleanup that had the highly divisive and controversial evolution word. The music in MOP Operation Cleanup is nice. The graphics and animations in MOP Operation Cleanup are nicer than most indie games on Steam, Xbox One, Wii U, and Playstation 4. The animations and little production touches are noticeable in MOP Operation Cleanup. Some levels have foreground graphics that get in the way of seeing your character. I have not seen that in a game in years. It made me realize I missed it.
The main lesson in MOP Operation Cleanup is to clean up the environment. The environment in MOP Operation Cleanup is totally trashed. Thankfully the area I live in looks nothing like MOP Operation Cleanup. I still am not happy to see people litter. Out of the two recycling based video games I know of, I like MOP Operation Cleanup better than Ava and Avior Save The Earth. MOP Operation Cleanup is not in your face like Ava and Avior Save The Earth is. Plus MOP Operation Cleanup is a lot harder. Especially if you want to try and pick up all the trash.
Family Friendly Factor: 70%
System: Personal Computer
Rating: ‘NR’ - Not Rated
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