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Z Origins Game, an Action Strategy Title for Android Devices

Posted on: July 31, 2012

Z The Game

Z Origins (Z: The Game) launch on Android is another step towards total platform domination

Digital publisher Kavcom is proud to announce Z Origins (Z: The Game), a complete digital remastering of The Bitmap Brothers seminal action strategy title Z: The Game for Android devices

July 31, 2012: The wait is over; Android device owners can now experience the real time rush and addiction of strategic warfare from the plains of a totally free environment in the compelling reworking of Z: The Game, the classic action strategy from The Bitmap Brothers.

The seminal Bitmap title for Android devices has been completely remastered to capture the essence of the breathtaking race to capture territory and resources. Z Origins (Z: The Game) on Android features a unique score that follows the pulse-pounding action and real-time flow of the battle, along with the offbeat humour delivered through movie intros and outros, which defined Z as one of the definitive strategy games of its era.

Take control of an army of six robot soldier types, including the faithful grunt, and slug it out in a land grab for space supremacy across five planets, each with unique terrain, ranging from arctic wasteland to lands of fire and lava. Whilst each of the robot soldiers is capable of performing up to forty different actions, they each posses a unique personality trait, adding another dimension to the tactical gameplay; will they carry our your orders and march into the jaws of hell, or will they chicken and run?

Your robot soldiers wield a heavy arsenal of weapons and navigate the environments in jeeps, three different types of tank and armoured personal carriers. Capture and control installations including factories where you manufacture robots and vehicles, radar and repair facilities. Play out your own strategy, but receive spoken prompts from robot leaders.

“We know the Android community has been waiting feverishly for Z: The Game to arrive” commented Mike Montgomery, one of the founders and sole owner of The Bitmap Brothers. “We’re confident the additional hours spent refining the gameplay for the various Android powered handsets and tablets is going to be appreciated by the passionate global fan base. It’s exciting to think our committed fan base are helping Commander Zod take another step towards gaming platform domination”.

Z: The Game was developed by original creators The Bitmap Brothers (Speedball 2: Brutal Deluxe, Xenon) in conjunction with Kavcom, Peter Harrap (Monty Mole) and TickTock Games.

Game features:

·      20 challenging levels
·      5 varied planets each with unique environments and terrain
·      6 different robot soldiers each with individual personalities
·      Robot soldiers perform up to 40 different actions
·      30 minutes of hilarious off-beat intros and outros
·      Conditional music system which reflects in real time the mood of the battle
·      Comes with pictorial player guide

Compatible devices:

·      Android 2.2 and above

Z: The Game is available on the Google Play Store priced £2.99

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