Casio Loopy

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Casio Loopy
TypeHome video game console
GenerationFifth generation
  • JP: October 19, 1995
MediaCartridge, CD-ROM, CD+G
CPU32-bit RISC SH-1 (SH7021)
Controller inputD-pad, Mouse

The Casio Loopy (Japanese: ルーピー, Hepburn: Rūpī), subtitled My Seal Computer SV-100, is a 32-bit home video game console. Released exclusively in Japan in October 1995,[1] it was unique in that the marketing for it was completely targeted to female gamers.

The Loopy includes a built-in thermal color printer that can be used to create stickers from game screenshots. An optional accessory, called Magical Shop (マジカルショップ, Majikaru Shoppu), is a video capture device to obtain images from VCRs and DVD players. Users may add text to these images and make stickers. Including Magical Shop's own built-in software, the Loopy game library contains 11 titles. The Loopy features one controller port for use with a standard game controller or with a mouse (sold separately). Developer Kenji Terada worked on Loopy Town no Oheya ga Hoshii!.

Casio ceased production of the console in December 1998, with software development ending in November 1996.[2]


  • Anime Land (あにめらんど, Animerando)
  • Bow-wow Puppy Love Story (わんわん愛情物語, Wanwan Aijō Monogatari)
  • Dream Change: Kokin-chan's Fashion Party (ドリームチェンジ 小金ちゃんのファッションパーティー, Dorīmuchenji Kokinchanno Fasshonpātī)
  • HARIHARI Seal Paradise (HARIHARIシールパラダイス, HARIHARI Shīru Paradaisu)
  • I Want a Room in Loopy Town! (ルーピータウンのおへやがほしい!, Rūpī Taun no O-heya ga Hoshii!)
  • Little Romance (リトルロマンス, Ritoru Romansu)
  • Lupiton's Wonder Palette (ルピトンのワンダーパレット, Rupiton no Wandāparetto)
  • Chakra-kun's Charm Paradise (チャクラくんのおまじないパラダイス, Chakurakun no Omajinai Paradaisu)
  • Caricature Artist (似顔絵アーティスト, Nigaoe Ātisuto)
  • PC Collection (パソコン・コレクション, Pasokon Korekushon)

The games PC Collection and Lupiton’s Wonder Palette were both either available as a stand-alone purchase or bundled with the mouse.


  1. ^ "Play:Right Rare > Hardware > Casio Loopy". Retrieved 2008-07-10.
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