MOP: Operation Cleanup is an action-packed arcade runner brought to you by indie game developer and publisher EnsenaSoft. Today the Mexican developer announce that they are bringing MOP: Operation Cleanup to PS Vita soon.

In MOP: Operation Cleanup you play as a MOP, a curious and unique model of robot engineered using simple parts with one single objective: To take out the trash and clean up a polluted environment through fifty exciting missions across five fiercely challenging worlds. Ordinary trash items commonly known to man have mutated into ugly creatures from contact with radioactive and malignant substances, and foul odor is contaminating the air and polluting what little remains.

Your task is to sweep the area by running, jumping, swimming and sliding your way through levels cleaning up litter, destroying enemies, and avoiding obstacles blocking your path. Surprises and traps are everywhere, and watch out for the grumpy bears, electric toasters, zombie turtles and even mutated socks coming at you.

Check out the trailer below.

MOP: Operation Cleanup is out now on PlayStation 4 in North America, and is currently priced at $7.49 with a $2.24 discount for PS Plus members. Our review is on the way.

We’ll bring you more news about the PS Vita release as soon as we know more.