DOS - 1993
Description of Zone 66
1993, the year Zone 66 was released on DOS. Made by Renaissance and published by Epic MegaGames, Inc., this action game is available for free on this page.
Mark Peterson sent us a patch : I created a patch that allows Mission 2: Ice Wind in Zone 66 to be completed. It fixes that infamous 'indestructable' target in the lower left. This is the first and only true patch for fixing that bug!
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Comments and reviews
Antho 2020-05-22 0 point
Hey People, hoping someone can help me. I am looking for a game very similar to Zone 66. I have been searching forever for this game and Zone 66 looks like the closest to it. Same gameplay mechanics as Zone 66 but I remember the graphics being a little better (richer colors, more detailed sprites etc.), although I may be wrong on this as it has been so long. I do remember a rather in-depth HUD that surrounded the screen and showed your weapons vehicle types etc. I also remember that the map was black and would reveal as you moved around it similar to fog-of-war in AoE. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
leofender 2020-01-22 0 point
Oh yes, can 't believe I actually found this one! Had it on a floppy when I was a kid, but did't remember the name or anything. Had so much fun with it! Thank you!
yodur 2019-12-19 0 point
I have a newer version of this game with mission 2 fixed.
Mark 2019-10-15 0 point
Disregard my last comment about losing my old backups; looks like my patched file is already part of the archive : )
The fixed file is MAPBDAT2.DAT
Mark 2019-10-15 0 point
Damn, my patch is gone and my DoS backups were lost. I'll try to remake it.
Kaiorn156 2014-11-05 0 point DOS version
Sweet!!. thanks for the upload. been looking for a working version of this game off and on for a while now. :)
apostrophe 2014-02-05 1 point DOS version
There was no "C64 port". the basic gameplay is based on a 1984 game by Will Wright called "Raid On Bungeling Bay" for the C64.
DOSGAMER420 2013-06-01 0 point DOS version
been looking for this game for over a decade. finally found it and a bunch others on this site. praise allah
OM 2013-02-01 0 point DOS version
...The Commode-Door 64 port of this was actually a lot more fun. Control response to those cheap C64 joysticks was actually better than anything available for the IBM at the time!
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