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Zool (Genesis)

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Title Screen

Zool: Ninja of the Nth Dimension

Developer: Gremlin Interactive
Publishers: GameTek (US), Electronic Arts (EU)
Platform: Genesis
Released in US: February 1994
Released in EU: January 1994

MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.
LevelSelectIcon.png This game has a hidden level select.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.

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Level Select

Zool Genesis Level Select.png

During gameplay, hold Start and press C, Right, A, B, B, A, Left, Left, A, Down (CRAB BALLAD) (Alternately, enter Game Genie code AK0T-CA84 (US) or AK0A-CA3J (EU); it may also be necessary to enter Game Genie code REDT-C6X2 (US) or RH9T-860T (EU), in order to prevent the game from hanging/freezing at the Sega logo screen.). Pause, and the left two digits of the collected item counter will change, denoting the world (left digit) and level (right digit) to go to. Toggle the world number with Up and Down and the level number with Left and Right. To go to the chosen level, press A+B+C to return to the title screen, then start the game.

Unused Music

An alternate version of the World 4 theme can be found within the game's music data (at sound code 74). This version, "Rock'N'Zool," is actually the correct version of the theme heard in the original Amiga version. The version used in this port, as well as most others, is actually a remix ("Space Ninja") from another game published by Gremlin Graphics, Lotus III: The Ultimate Challenge.

(Source: Project 2612)

Regional Differences

Europe US
ZoolMD-HUD-EU.png ZoolMD-HUD-US.png

The HUD in the European version is at the very bottom of the screen, providing 16 more pixels of vertical screen space for the game.

(Source: Sega Retro)