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Zolo 3: The Quest for Z's is a puzzle game similar to the Adventures of Lolo series. The player controls Zolo, a little blue guy, who has to collect all Z-symbols which are positioned on the one-screen maps. When this is done, the exit opens and the player can leave for the next of overall 100 levels.

Of course there are a number of obstacles, most obviously a number of enemies. There are overall six enemy types and, besides the spider which walks around and kills by touch, every one has a gimmick: Blocky charges and pushes the player around, Froggo leaves behind a poison trail, Dopey turns to stone as soon as it touches Zolo and the eyes (one stationary and one moving) kills instantly when the player enters its sight. To make matters worse, the most environmental elements like trees don't block it; only the Z-symbols and interactive items which can be pushed around.

The latter are also otherwise an important puzzle element because they can be used to block enemies or simply need to be pushed around carefully (there is no pulling) so they don't block a critical path. Other environmental obstacles are teleportation fields, conveyor belts, webs, death fields and ice (when stepping on them, Zolo slides until he hits something). Because it is possible to bring a level into an unwinnable state, it can be instantly restarted without penalty.


Zomp 3: The Quest for Z's Xbox 360 Zolo slides on ice (Trial version)
Zomp 3: The Quest for Z's Xbox 360 Title screen (Trial version)
Zomp 3: The Quest for Z's Xbox 360 Now we blocked its path and are safe to cross (Trial version)
Zomp 3: The Quest for Z's Xbox 360 We got fried because the eye saw us (Trial version)

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Patrick Bregger (194682) added Zomp 3: The Quest for Z's (Xbox 360) on Sep 21, 2015