Now this one really eats the hours - you load it up for a quick game, and before you know it it's Tuesday! Again played on a square grid, you must use the pieces (of various shapes and sizes) to form loops, hence the title. The bits can be rotated to suit your position, and there's a time limit for each. Fail to place the piece in time and you lose a life. Needless to say, the bigger the loop the higher the score, but watch out - try something too ambitious and you're left with a lot of useless pieces getting in the way.
So why is it so addictive? I don't know but it is! The only real fault with Loopz is its lack of focus. Differing levels (which you choose before starting) only affect the time limit, and you carry on playing until you're lives are gone, it's as simple as that. A few Atomino-style levels with ready-placed pieces to clear and set shapes to fill wouldn't go amiss, but it's still a killer.
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