Zed Online – The Game
Zed Online is a remake of the classic strategy game Commander Zod (or just Z).
Over the last 10 years or so, several projects have been started to bring back Commander Zod to live on……
Level 1 – Desert : 4 Players
The four forts are in the corners of the battlefield. Each player’s home territories take up a quarter of the map. There are a large number of bridges onto the island in the centre which contains four factories each of which……
Level 1 – Desert : 3 Players
In this level each player has three “home” territories in addition to the fort territory. The contested territories contain a repair facility and a 3* tank factory. Each of these can be accessed by two of the three players by road……
Level 1 – Desert : 2 Players
Based on Level 2, control of the central territory is very important. Moving quickly at the outset to capture the available hardware and home territories is essential to give you an advantage over your opponent. The use of grenades to blow……
The two, three and four player levels are designed so that the battlefield is split into equal parts each containing equal numbers of “home” territories. Within these maps, the roads are designed so that the distances to flags and hardware are equal whichever colour army you control.
In most of the multiplayer maps there are……
This Commander Zod Multi Player Guide was written by the Bitmap Brothers in September 1996. It is the original text but still valid of course even for the recently re-released versions of the game for Android and Windows. You are still playing the same game, still facing……
Level 17 – City : Car Park
A river runs from north to south, splitting the map into two halves. On a large island to the south lies a very……
Level 13 – Jungle : Hot & Steamy
The introduction of chasms means there are areas of the map which cannot be crossed by any unit. Both CPU forts are……
The ZZone is the one and only official Commander Zod fan website. Launched in 2004, it has been serving the community of fans of this extraordinray game by the Bitmap Brothers from 1996.
George “Zod” Lewe