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Reviewer:  aleigha
Location:  United States
This was a cute game, graphics not that good! But it is worth trying the free version! Not too many diffent things to recycle, but it was a neat game! Keeps you moving your mouse around the whole time!


18 MB
Estimated download time:
Cable/DSL: 33 seconds
Dial-up: 45 minutes


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Mia lives on the beautiful Hawaiian island of Kauai. One day she sees a garbage truck dumping trash on the beach. So, she comes up with a plan to save the environment. Go from city to city, helping Mia run recycling centers. You are responsible for sorting, cleaning, compacting and delivering the garbage to your customers (the trucks). The more garbage you recycle, the more points you earn!

  Free Trial Version!

Better than a demo; it's the full game
No Internet connection needed to play
No CD-ROM necessary
Convert to full version for only CA $23.99 with no additional downloads
  for only $19.99

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Minimum System Requirements:
Windows 2000/Me/XP/Vista
Processor: 1.0 GHz
DirectX 8.0
128 MB RAM
Free hard drive space: 30 MB
SVGA 16MB DirectX 8.0
DirectX-Compliant Sound Card
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Recylorama, Makes Going Green a Snore
Written by: undiep  | Read all reviews by this user

Makes recycling look easy & affective

Graphics, Extremely repetitive

With different locales, & an increased difficulty with each completed day, I should like it. However, no matter the location, each place is the same. The upgrades occur in the same order, & besides a difference in the trash, nothing that comes off of those conveyors is different. You can "recycle" those plastic bottles, metal cans, crumpled newspapers, & glass bottles all you...
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