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'''Zona 0''' is a 1991 videogame from Spanish company Topo Soft, for ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC and MSX 8-bit home computers, and for PC-VGA.
 
'''Zona 0''' is a 1991 videogame from Spanish company Topo Soft, for ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC and MSX 8-bit home computers, and for PC-VGA.
   
The game recreates the [[Lightcycle]] episode from ''[[TRON]]''. Two players drive a cycle each inside an isometric arena and try to wrap and block the opponent's cycle path to achieve the victory. Cycles only turn in angles of 90 degrees and leave a solid [[Jetwall]] in their wake.
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The game recreates the [[Light Cycle sequence]] from ''[[TRON]]''. Two players drive a cycle each inside an isometric arena and try to wrap and block the opponent's cycle path to achieve the victory. Cycles only turn in angles of 90 degrees and leave a solid [[Jetwall]] in their wake.
   
The cover art is by Spanish famous illustrator and cartoonist Alfonso Azpiri, and features a prominent evil [[Sark]]-like character, a light cycle-alike machine and raider, and a clearly TRON-inspired title logo, to a point that the "O" and "N" letters of "Zona" looks exactly the same than those of "TRON" in the original film.
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The cover art is by Spanish famous illustrator and cartoonist Alfonso Azpiri, and features a prominent evil [[Sark]]-like character, a light cycle-alike machine and raider, and a clearly TRON-inspired title logo, to a point that the "O" and "N" letters of "Zona" looks exactly the same as those of the ''TRON'' logo.
   
 
Despite the evident similarities, the game is not an officially licensed product with Disney (a customary of many videogame companies of the era).
 
Despite the evident similarities, the game is not an officially licensed product with Disney (a customary of many videogame companies of the era).
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[http://www.worldofspectrum.org/infoseekid.cgi?id=0005868&loadpics=3 Zona 0 profile at World Of Spectrum (ZX Spectrum version)]
 
[http://www.worldofspectrum.org/infoseekid.cgi?id=0005868&loadpics=3 Zona 0 profile at World Of Spectrum (ZX Spectrum version)]
 
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[[Category:Non-Canon]]
 
[[Category:Non-Canon]]

Latest revision as of 09:42, May 8, 2011

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Zona 0 is a 1991 videogame from Spanish company Topo Soft, for ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC and MSX 8-bit home computers, and for PC-VGA.

The game recreates the Light Cycle sequence from TRON. Two players drive a cycle each inside an isometric arena and try to wrap and block the opponent's cycle path to achieve the victory. Cycles only turn in angles of 90 degrees and leave a solid Jetwall in their wake.

The cover art is by Spanish famous illustrator and cartoonist Alfonso Azpiri, and features a prominent evil Sark-like character, a light cycle-alike machine and raider, and a clearly TRON-inspired title logo, to a point that the "O" and "N" letters of "Zona" looks exactly the same as those of the TRON logo.

Despite the evident similarities, the game is not an officially licensed product with Disney (a customary of many videogame companies of the era).

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Screenshot of ZX Spectrum version

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Screenshot of PC-VGA version

External linksEdit

Zona 0 profile at World Of Spectrum (ZX Spectrum version)

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