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Drive your garbage truck through the mall, city, airport, and more. The clock is ticking as you race through the streets picking up the garbage. Every trash can you collect gives you more strength on your Trash Meter for when it's time to battle the trash monsters that block your path.

Each level is not only littered with garbage, it's also crawling with slimy trash monsters like Sludger, Junkster, and Alumiknight who want to stop you from cleaning up their home. Use your trash-based weapons to attack, and you also have your friend Skiff to help. But watch out -- the trash monsters are throwing garbage bags and toxic waste right at you!

With the lovable and funny characters Gus and Nico, Trashers is fun for kids and kids at heart. The game is filled with icky, gooey adventures as you collect trash and fight monsters. Trashers has an eco-friendly message that encourages recycling with its fun mini-game.
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