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Un jeu de réflexion très laid et très attachant. Dommage que les fonds d'écran colorés sèment la confusion.
Zoop relieves the drought of good puzzlers on the Genesis. If you're looking at a long, cold winter indoors, Zoop could turn up the heat on the Genesis.
Simpel maar uitdagend puzzelspel waarin je op je af komende blokjes moet vernietigen door eerst dezelfde kleur te krijgen en dan te schieten. Wel leuk, maar niet zo geniaal als Tetris, Pac-Man of Bomberman. En de kleurtjes zijn wel erg zoet.
Amusant deux ou trois heures, Zoop peut aussi vite vous ennuyer. Néanmoins, si le genre vous attire, n'hésitez pas !
So basically while Zoop won't give other Genesis puzzles like Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine a run for their money, it's still a decent puzzle cart. It's fun and addicitive, though some may find it a little repetitive. If you're a puzzle fan who wants a real challenge or wants to try your hand at something different, then Zoop won't let you down.
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If there's not a 12-step program for those of us addicted to Zoop, there ought to be. Like Tetris, it is a deceptively simplistic game with very few rules, a clear objective, and no secrets or surprises. And like Tetris, nothing short of your house catching on fire will pull you away from it.
Zoop doesn't look like much on the Sega Genesis. The visuals are bland and there's no pizazz to the presentation. Then again, that could be said about the entire game. This is a middling puzzle game that feels like it was thrown hastily thrown together to make a quick buck. With shallow gameplay and no multiplayer modes, Zoop is relic best kept in the past.