Loopz JPN (10112)

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Loopz JPN

Loopz is a puzzle video game published by the English company Audiogenic in 1990 on various personal computers and game consoles. Designed by Ian Upton, the game principle is at the confluence of Tetris and Pipe Mania. Pieces of various shapes appear one after the other on a rectangular apron. The goal of the game is to make the pieces disappear by arranging them to form loops.

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Japanese Spelling ループス
Flap Code DMG-LPA
Booklet Code DMG-LPA
Cartridge Code DMG-LPA
Flap Code 10112
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Inner inlay
Transparent plastic inlay
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About the game

Developed by
Others supports Amiga, Atari ST, Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, DOS, NES, ZX Spectrum
Saving No save available
Gaming type Thinking, Puzzle Game and Management
Number of players
Super Game Boy Functions None
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Screenshots

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Other systems

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Seen in the press

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timeline

12/01/1991 : Loopz - JPN


06/12/1991 : Loopz - NOE


10/12/1991 : Loopz - FRG


08/04/1997 : Loopz - NOE-1