Puzzle game. On planet Roo, King Goo starts stealing the meteors that fall from the sky, which are the sources of life, joy and peace for the planet. You play as a Prince, who is tasked with collecting all the remaining meteors, and Roo-cuz, the hip-hop rainbow Roo is your guide to help you with your quest. The meteors appear as colored shapes. Your task is to rotate various circular platforms with matching shaped holes so that the meteors fall through the correct holes and clear the hole on the bottom platform. To help you, a light circle highlights the hole that the shape is falling onto. Save the planet Roo and restore its vibrant beauty.
Style and atmosphere inside the game:
There are five shapes: yellow stars, blue squares, green triangles, red cylinders and pink hearts. About halfway through the 45 game levels, the shapes begin to get shade of color - darker and lighter - and must be stacked with like shades touching. Multiplier stars sometimes appear, which help the shapes to descend sooner. Lower platforms are randomly rotated between each completed drop, so you can.t necessarily memorize their order. If stacks stop on platforms with flowers, butterflies will come and fly your stack upwards back through the platforms from the bottom. It is a very happy title, with bright, cheerful graphics, cuteness to the nines and many puns on the letters "oo". There are many locales, including outer space, meadows, cityscapes and a lava-filled volcano. It.s a very interesting concept, and has a lot of potential. However, the game is just not as fun to play as it sounds due to the fact that there are a lot of little things that turn it into a chore.
Offline gameplay: 1 player
ESRB Ratio: Everyone
Extras and features:
· Bright Graphics
· Good Production Values
· Puns Galore
· Colorful Cast of Characters
· Hard to detect some things in 3D space
OS: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Me, Windows NT Processor: PII-300 Memory: 64 MB