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Roogoo est un casse-tête novateur et original en 3D dans lequel les joueurs doivent guider et empiler des blocs de différentes formes à travers plusieurs plate formes. Le but n'est pas seulement de sauver la planète Roo, mais plutôt de sauver la race Roogoo.
Date de parution: 17 déc 2009
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À propos du jeu

Roogoo est un casse-tête novateur et original en 3D dans lequel les joueurs doivent guider et empiler des blocs de différentes formes à travers plusieurs plate formes. Le but n'est pas seulement de sauver la planète Roo, mais plutôt de sauver la race Roogoo. Le joueur doit guider des météores envoyés par les Roogoo et présents sous la forme de blocs de différentes formes à travers une série de disques en rotation afin de sauver la planète Roo ainsi que la race Roogoo toute entière. S'ils sont alignés correctement, les disques permettent aux blocs d'atteindre le sol et ainsi vous faire marquer des points. Des obstacles et des ennemis viendront cependant se mettre en travers du chemin suivi par les blocs, et ce n'est pas le flux croissant de météores qui va vous faciliter la vie ! Il faudra savoir improviser pour sauver les Roogoo et décrocher de très bons scores.

  • Comprend 45 niveaux de casse-têtes plein d'action
  • Facile à prendre en main : vous commencez avec deux boutons, des nouvelles fonctions étant ajoutées au fur et à mesure de votre progression
  • De courtes et drôles cinématiques ponctuent votre progression dans le jeu
  • Convient à tout public : qu'il s'agisse des joueurs occasionnels ou des joueurs beaucoup plus réguliers
  • Des créatures amusantes et pleines d'imagination encadre l'histoire.

Configuration requise

    Minimum :

    • Système d'exploitation : Windows XP SP2 / Windows Vista (Windows 95/98/ME/NT4/XP_SP1 ne sont pas supportés)
    • Processeur : Intel P4 à 1,7 GHz ou équivalent AMD
    • Mémoire Vive : 512 Mo de RAM
    • Affichage : Carte graphique Nvidia 6200+ ou ATI Radeon 9600+ avec 256 Mo de mémoire Vidéo et compatible Direct X 9.0c et Shader 2.0
    • DirectX® : DirectX 9.0c
    • Espace disque : 256 Mo d'espace disque disponible
    • Son : Carte son compatible DirectX 9.0c
    • Chipsets compatibles : Série GeForce 6, 7, 8 ou supérieure (Les éries 5000 et FX ne sont pas compatibles) ou Radeon X2900 ou supérieure

    Recommandée :

    • Système d'exploitation : Windows XP SP2 / Windows Vista (Windows 95/98/ME/NT4/XP_SP1 ne sont pas supportés)
    • Processeur : Intel à 3,0 GHz ou équivalent AMD
    • Mémoire vive : 1 Go de RAM
    • Affichage : Carte graphique Nvidia 6200+ avec 256 Mo de mémoire Vidéo et compatible Direct X 9.0c et Shader 2.0
    • DirectX® : DirectX 9.0c
    • Espace disque : 512 Mo d'espace disque disponible
    • Son : Carte son compatible Direct X 9.0c
    • Chipsets non compatibles : Toutes les cartes dont les caractéristiques sont inférieures à : 256 Mo de mémoire vidéo / compatibilité Direct X 9.0c et Shader 2.0. Toutes les cartes vidéo INTEL intégrées à la carte mère. Toutes les cartes des séries GeForce 5000 et FX.
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198 personne(s) sur 272 (73%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
40.9 heures en tout
Are you inching towards suicide but haven't really made up your mind yet? Then this game is perfect for you! Within half an hour you'll be sucking ♥♥♥♥♥ for money so you can afford a bigger shotgun to blow your skull inside out!
And best of all, it's child-friendliness and local multiplayer mode make it fun for the whole family!
Posté le : 22 avril
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44 personne(s) sur 56 (79%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
3.4 heures en tout
Roogoo is a strange creature, combining cutesy childlike design and whimsical story with fiendish gameplay and a steep challenge curve. Stripping away the fluffy exterior reveals a meaty core that will satisfy even the healthiest of gaming appetite for the time it will take to finish.So while Roogoo might look like a standard falling-block puzzler when you first lay your eyes on it, after taking it out for a spin for about an hour or so, its fun factor becomes apparent. It does a good job of keeping the gameplay fresh and increasingly challenging throughout the stages.An engaging, if sometimes brain fizzing, game.
Posté le : 22 avril
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16 personne(s) sur 23 (70%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
17.2 heures en tout
The Roogoo series has built its reputation on memorable moments. Some epic, some intimate, some barely believable--YouTube is filled with clips of people far better at Roogoo than you, doing amazing things (to people like you). Roogoo wants you--yes, you--to experience even more thrilling, more epic moments than ever before with a beefed up single-player story and the addition of map-changing levolution events and show-stopping destruction online. That’s the aim… and in this respect, the game is a roaring success.

roogoo is a significant step forward from number 3, both on and offline. The change is more marked in single-player, where the story strikes a more intimate note, echoing the buddy-banter from the roogoo games. Your squad mates moo and poohave more developed personalities, and there are some memorable little moments in between all the shooting and shouting. At one point, Poo starts subtly dancing to some lift music in a rare pocket of silence sandwiched between some intense gunplay. “What?” he asks baffled-looking squad-mates, “I love this song. It’s a great freaking song.”
Posté le : 29 juin
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10 personne(s) sur 12 (83%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
4.6 heures en tout
Based on real facts, this deep, psychological puzzle game confronts the player with a baby's shape-matching toy from hell. Planet Roo is on brink of destruction when a race of Roogoos becomes corrupted by the power of meteors. To save the world, player must venture into to the depths of earth and cleanse it from its very core. Game is not too long but offers competitive local multiplayer and two difficulty modes - "Casual" and "Prepare To Die". Are you strong and brave enough to save Roo?
Posté le : 30 juin
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6 personne(s) sur 6 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1.1 heures en tout
In the passing months I have been simultaneously looking forward to and dreading this review, it came to my attention that Roogoo may in fact be my favorite game of this last decade and is a piece of art for all to enjoy.
When I first started playing I didn’t think much of it, the music was catchy and rhythmic to the game play but as I kept going it was getting more tedious I started seeing things that you wouldn’t normally see in the “real” existence. It was almost like it put me in a psychedelic trance unlike anything I’ve ever seen or done before .
It took me a moment to realize this but I was in the world of roogoo, or so I thought, this world was colorful and fun but little did I know the true evil of this situation. Every single meemoo I ever crushed in my wake lie in the pit gasping for air as the butterflies pick up prisims and burry the meemoos in their cries of agony I heard I small voice in the heaping pile of meemoo bodys and heart shape prisms. This small voice slowly fainted away muffled by the hum of the butterflies.
I abruptly woke up to a pounding head and shaking body I was in fear and sorrow but I didn’t quite understand what happened. As I thought about what had happened more and more some pieces started to come together but it wasn’t all that I thought. once again I played roogoo.
The second time playing immediately went into state deep relaxation slipping into the world of roogoo for the final time. Opening my eyes I ignored the bright colors and music and demanded to talk to the butterfly king about what was happening to the meemoos, the butterfly scouts led me to his castle and into the throne room.
He told me with a deep voice, “Why have you come and for what purpose do have seeing me?” asked the king. “I come here to talk about the murdering and disposal of meemoo and their children, and what they have done to deserve this”, I shouted. The king hesitated and told me what the meemoos have done.” A long time ago when I was only a boy the meemoo used to terrorize the butterflies, they would pillage the settlements, kill the men and ♥♥♥♥ the women. The day of reckoning came when the butterflies formed a government and army to stop the meemoos from this treachery. My father was a glorious leader marching onto battle for the sole purpose of protecting the people he loves.” The king looks proud of his people and continues on, “finally the battle had been won, at a cost greater than no other my father had died and many kinsmen lie on the battle, but it was a price that had to be paid. The meemoos dwindiled in numbers for years after the war, but as always they will come back in numbers greater than before” the king acting as if they were pests.
The king continues with his story “many decades past and the meemoos started to build up their population and now its as big as the butterflies, the only difference is that butterflies are much weaker in the body but smarter in the mind.” The king started talking again, “recently the meemoos have been revolting and ♥♥♥♥♥♥ again so now we must kill them for good this time.
I was disgusted by this statement, meemoos deserve to live just like the butterflys but on the other hand they ♥♥♥♥ and steal and are bad but so are the butterflies are just as bad for killing them. Only one thing can be done…
There was a central air duct in the center of roogoo land and it filterd clean air from the real world, without it everyone would die and suffocate but that was the only way for peace. I ran to the duct and smashed the control panel so that it closed and everything died. As it closed I saw the faces of all creatures and I felt remorse. Suddenly I woke too find it was all a dream but when I started roogoo every one was dead and it was an empty field so it was actually real.
Posté le : 21 août
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