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Zoop (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Genesis
Tags: Puzzle
Developer: Panelcomp
More Platforms: Game Boy, Game Gear, Jaguar, PlayStation, Saturn, SNES


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Zoop review

Reviewed March 06, 2004

tomclark says: "It's always reassuring to know that the game developers are excited about their product. Their confidence that the game is good brings confidence to us, as consumers. Sometimes, though, developers get so excited that they stop seeming confident and start to delve into the realms of sheer barminess. Such over-eagerness is seen on the packaging of Zoop for the Sega Mega Drive. The back cover blurb promises ''brain-burning action'' and ''Intensifying gameplay''. Blimey! Furthermore, reading the ins..."
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