The Casio Loopy was created in late 1995 and was released in Japan only. Its demographic was primarily for 8-12 year old girls. It came with a thermal printer so you could print stickers of your in game screenshots. A mouse was available for those who wanted more finesse, as well as an accessory called Magical Shoppe that let you hook up A/V cables so you could pretty up video screenshots and print them out as well.
I had purchased one of these consoles in either 2008 or 2009, but sold it in 2015 when I had moved to a much smaller space. I was thinking about it today about how much I missed doodling on it.
Most of the games were Otome games, dating sims, or creative studio suites. I owned copies of Anime Land, WanWan Aijo Monogatari, Dream Change: Kokin-chan's Fashion Party, Lupiton's Wonder Pallete, and HARIHARI Seal Paradise.
Screenshots from Anime Land (forgive the obsenity, I thought there was some irony in cute anime girls saying lewd things)
Screenshot from WanWan Aijo Monogatari
Here is a full games list I pulled from Wikipedia.
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)
Magical Shop (マジカルショップ Majikaru Shoppu)
Weird to think that this thing had the same processor as the 32x. Does anyone else own one of these systems? Would be nice to see more screenshots from games since they are pretty rare. Also, if anyone ever owned Magical Shop, I'd be really interested in how that actually works in function.