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ZooCube

ZooCube (GBA) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Tags: Puzzle
Developer: PuzzleKings

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
05/14/2002
EU
08/23/2002
JP
09/12/2002

Reader Reviews

ZooCube review

Reviewed August 29, 2007

MartinG says: "We all enjoy superproductions, with state-of-the-art graphics and 60-instrument orchestra soundtracks and gameplay as deep and complex as a team of a bajillion developers allows, but when it comes down to it it takes surprisingly little to make a masterpiece out of a videogame. ZooCube proves that. "
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