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Video Game / Zoop

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Zoop is a puzzle game developed by Hookstone, and published by Viacom New Media.

Some of its rules resemble those of Plotting (known in some territories as Flipull), but unlike Plotting, Zoop runs in real time.

Official Zoop games have been released for Game Boy, Game Gear, Mega Drive/Genesis, Super NES, Atari Jaguar, Sega Saturn, PlayStation, DOS, and Macintosh.

To garner interest for the game, Blockbuster offered the game as a free rental for the SNES for a time. As a result, it's one of the most inexpensive games for the system on secondhand markets, and to date, many copies circulating still have Blockbuster rental stickers intact.


This game might be where YouTube gamer ZoopSoul got his name from.

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This Video Game contains examples of:

  • Casual Video Game: It's a simple action/puzzle game, and while strategy can be used, it's more of a game focused on endurance, quick wits, and dexterity than strategy.
  • Endless Game: Given its arcade-like gameplay, this is kind of a given.
  • No Plot? No Problem!: There is no storyline in the game.
  • Scoring Points: The ultimate goal—since, well, there isn't really any otherwise.


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