Abandonware DOS title

Zool

Zool was to Amiga what Sonic was for Sega consoles: a cool protagonist (a ninja of the Nth dimension!) for a high adrenaline action platformer. Zool was designed by George Allen and published by Gremlin in 1992 and it was an instant success. It was ported for many platforms, DOS included, and followed by Zool 2 in 1993.
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Main executable file (run this to play the game): Zool/start.exe

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Two young adult novels based on the games, entitled Cool Zool and Zool Rules, were released in February 1995. They were written by Stan Nicholls and Ian Edginton and published by Boxtree.

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Additional info

Input: joystick, keyboard

Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, cd-rom

Also published for: Acorn 32-bit, Amiga, Atari ST, Game Boy, Game Gear, Genesis, SEGA Master System, SNES

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