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Composer(s)  Ichirō Nemoto (根本一郎)
Developer  Pandora Box
Genre  Role-playing video game
Platform  Nintendo 64

Initial release date  11 June 1999
Publisher  Imagineer
Mode  Single-player video game
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Director(s)  Masahiro Uramoto (浦本昌宏) Takanori Kasai (河西貴則) Keiko Wada (和田慶子)
Producer(s)  Kōichirō Sakurai (桜井甲一郎)
Designer(s)  Toshinori Kawakami (川上俊則)
Programmer(s)  Hiroki Igarashi (五十嵐宏樹)
Writer(s)  Natsuko Hayakawa (早川奈津子)
Similar  Imagineer games, Role-playing video games

Zoor: Majū Tsukai Densetsu (ズール 魔獣使い伝説) is a role-playing video game for the Nintendo 64. It was released in 1999 in Japan only.

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The gameplay is similar to Pokémon in that it shares the same concept of catching monsters. Your character finds a monster and raises it to battle evil. The towns are presented in a top down view. The houses, inns, bars, dungeons and shops are fixed points you can put a cursor over. The battle system features a bar of musical notes that the player uses to command the monsters. You can carry up to four monsters at a time.

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References

Zoor: Majū Tsukai Densetsu Wikipedia


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