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Wednesday, December 07, 2005
With so many clones these days, some may say that Lumines could possibly be the closest thing to imitate the success of Tetris. Fans of the PSP title have been making clones hoping to recapture the magic on other platforms, with varying success.

Introducing Zoomines, a new release that uses sprites from the popular Flash online game, Zoo Keeper, with the familiar gameplay system seen in Mizuguchi's masterpiece. Blocks are moved around using the arrow keys, whilez pressing the A or D key will rotate it clockwise or counterclockwise.

This version uses hi-res sprites and backgrounds coupled with smooth framerates. The music is pretty good as well. Available for both Windows and Mac.

Name: Zoomines
Developer: Fuseball
Category: Puzzle
Type: Freeware
Size: 12MB