Zoop

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Zoop was a puzzle game developed by Hookstone and PanelComp. In the game, the player takes control of an arrow-shaped piece on a large grid board. Other pieces of all sorts of colors appear on the opposite ends of the board and try to close in on the player. The player must eliminate all the colors. This can be done by shooting a piece. The arrow then changes to that particular color, and can now eliminate other pieces of the same color. The game is over when the pieces close into the player's playing field.

The game was originally released for MS-DOS, but also released on a wide variety of platforms.

Games

Music

Zoop consists of a mostly jazz-inspired soundtrack, however, a few songs in the soundtrack deviate from this and play styles such as Latin and orchestral rock tracks.

The Saturn and PlayStation versions of the game share the same music, but have different music from the rest of the platforms, which appear to aim for an atmospheric/techno soundtrack.

Notable Songs

  • Zoop Jazz - Theme song for most versions of the game.

Notable Audio Personnel