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Publisher: Audiogenic     Developer: Unknown
Year of release: 1990

Box scan missing - can you help? Loopz Game music missing - can you help?
Genres : Puzzle

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# 16 - Nov 90

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small ST picture raytraced by Rich Davey 2001

Dave D wrote ...2002-05-03 17:04:10
This is one of those games that you either love or hate. Personally, I love it! I used to spend hours of frustration on this game. In the end, I managed to secure permission from Audiogenic to produce an Atari 8-bit version. Sadly, it was never finished although I intend going back to it soon. I suppose it does say something, however, that the graphics for the 8-bit version are not far away from those of the ST version. But then again, in puzzle games, when have graphics ever mattered. Rating = 85%
Martin S. Thoresen wrote ...2002-01-29 14:03:18
ST Action summary: Loopz is one of those misleading games which have poor, uninteresting graphics and lack in exciting and stimulating sound, but has that frustrating addictiveness in terms of gameplay. The lasting appeal, however, is a little dubious. It reminded a number of our Punters of Pipemania with a hint of Tetris. Loopz is worth a look but I'm not sure if it is worth the asking price among today's more sophisticated software pieces - a budget pricing would have been more realistic. Rating = 77 %
The Pacifist wrote ...2001-12-19 17:47:49
Fun as a two-player game. Complete loops by joining pieces together. Think of Pipe Mania but without the ooze and the objective is to make a contained loop....