BAMZOOKi SR

BAMZOOKi SR

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BAMZOOKi allows you to create and build virtual creatures called ZOOKs
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BAMZOOKi allows you to create and build virtual creatures called ZOOKs using a free download called the ZOOK kit.
On the BAMZOOKi TV show, teams of children pit their ZOOKs against each other in contests to see who has the best ZOOK. Using the same kit, you can play online, by creating your own ZOOKs and seeing how they fare in the BAMZOOKi leagues.

BBC children's television is bringing back Bamzooki – an online version of Robot Wars, in which children design creatures which compete against each other. The program has been redesigned and upgraded, with the virtual creatures increased in size, and transferred from a table-top race track to the street – with races and contests taking part in a car park.

ZOOK Kit minimum specification required:

1.6GHz processor
512MB RAM
32MB video card (supporting shader model 1)
Microsoft Windows XP SP2, Microsoft Windows Vista
DirectX 9.0c

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Guest Hmm. Didnt work the first time.
I'm trying again.

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Guest Got it and it "works" but there is a really annoying buzzing sound that comes from my computer whenever it looks at the brown metallic ground bit, and I highly doubt my £2000 gaming computer can't handle Bam-flipping- zooki. All I wanted was some nostalgia, I loved this game.

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Guest That's called Coil Whine my friend, your PC is pushing out too many frames.

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Guest I tried it and it didn't work. Going to try again now.

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