ZooCube Game Boy Advance

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  • Summary: ZooCube tests your reflexes with fast-paced puzzle action. Simple to learn, but tough to master, ZooCube features a variety of 3D puzzles that you can solve by yourself or cooperatively with a friend. You can even challenge your friend in head-to-head multiplayer mode or try out 11 otherZooCube tests your reflexes with fast-paced puzzle action. Simple to learn, but tough to master, ZooCube features a variety of 3D puzzles that you can solve by yourself or cooperatively with a friend. You can even challenge your friend in head-to-head multiplayer mode or try out 11 other different modes. In this intense puzzle experience, you must rotate the puzzles and collect special power-ups and bonuses to keep the action going. Expand
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  1. Positive: 6 out of 11
  2. Negative: 1 out of 11
  1. Game Informer
    85
    I know the developers could've created slightly more interesting backgrounds, and thrown in a few more music tracks. [July 2002, p.93]
  2. The addition of multiplayer (and co-op even) really extends the shelf life of a rather good puzzle game.
  3. It’s this ‘just one more go’ addiction that the very best classic puzzle games thrive on, but ZooCube sadly seems to lack.
  4. It’s a fresh concept on the falling pieces bit, and it’s fun too. That’s the most significant distinction.
  5. 74
    While the addictive gameplay remains [from the GameCube version], all things animal are replaced with generic geometric shapes and run-of-the-mill sound effects.
  6. Zoocube isn’t quite as timeless as Tetris, but puzzle fans are sure to find themselves huddled in front of their GBAs for hours trying to make it to the next area.
  7. Making a game that requires the user to move a cube in all directions with a D-pad is tough. This causes a major flaw in the control scheme.

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