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  • Summary: **Limited Time Offer!!**
    Until end of March, you can unlocked all the stages for only 0.99!!
    Let's Start Cleaning!! Simple Touch action game. Just Slide your finger and Let’s Start Cleaning!! Fist 5 stages are Free!! Download it and please give us your comments and feedback!!
    **Limited Time Offer!!**
    Until end of March, you can unlocked all the stages for only 0.99!!
    Let's Start Cleaning!!

    Simple Touch action game. Just Slide your finger and Let’s Start Cleaning!!
    Fist 5 stages are Free!! Download it and please give us your comments and feedback!!

    ?Game Feature?
    <How to Play>
    Simple touch action game. Just slide your finger and Let’s start cleaning!
    Planet is full of garbage it is up to you to clean them out!

    First 5 stage are FREE!!
    At the end of World 1 there is big boss awaits.
    Use your vacuuming techniques and clean up a mess!!

    ?Price?
    For Limited time, we are offering all of the stages for only $0.99!!
    Grab it while you can!

    ?NOTE?
    PLANET WORK will only run on iPhone3GS, iPhone4 (iOS 4.2 or more), iPod touch (3rd generation or more), iPad (1st generation or more)
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  2. Negative: 1 out of 3
  1. Mar 15, 2011
    70
    Planet Work is a basic game but it's oddly compelling, probably because it's that simple.
  2. Apr 8, 2011
    50
    Planet Work may have charm, but its repetitive vacuuming becomes a chore after just a few short levels.
  3. Mar 16, 2011
    40
    The unlocked levels don't add any challenge, but just another 30 minutes of the same easy vacuuming. Poor presentation, lack of achievements, and an overall rushed impression makes it hard to recommend paying for Planet Work.