Mattel is about to launch another must have electronic game called Loopz. Combining music, memory and motion, Loopz will challenge your rhythm and reflexes as you try to repeat its changing patterns of light and music.
Loopz can accommodate up to 4 players and you can choose between 7 different game modes.
Loopz is picking up the tremendous success of music games for game consoles. Loopz has it what it takes to become on of the hottest Christmas toys of 2010.
To understand how Loopz works watch the videos below.
Loopz is available for pre-order on Amazon for $29.99.
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