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Saban's Power Rangers Zeo Versus The Machine Empire is a CD-ROM-based action game developed for the Pippin @WORLD console by CyberFlix.[1]



Power Rangers Zeo vs The Machine Empire (Pippin)

Gameplay demonstration.

The game features elements of fighting and side-scrolling action across 9 levels of gameplay.[1][2]

The game uses CyberFlix's patented Force-Vector Kinetic Engine,[3] which was derived from the combat game engine used in Creepy Castle and Skull Cracker, both designed or programmed by CyberFlix founder William "Bill" Appleton.[4][5]


Robb Dean and Rand Cabus of CyberFlix traveled to Japan to gain access to authentic materials for the game.[6]


A hybrid disc for Macintosh and Windows 3.1 was released by Bandai Digital Entertainment on October 30, 1996 under a distribution agreement with Graphix Zone. The CD-ROM included a $5 promotional rebate for Power Rangers Zeo toys from Bandai.[3][7]

The Pippin version was released in December 1996 by Bandai Digital Entertainment with the launch of the Pippin @WORLD console.[8][9] International distribution of the game was handled by Dinamic Multimedia.[10]



  1. 1.0 1.1 Power Rangers Zeo vs. the Machine Empire - Level 1 by Zordnia, YouTube. 2011-10-10.
  2. Power Rangers Zeo vs The Machine Empire - Play Tips, Bandai Digital Entertainment USA. Archived 1997-06-27.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Bandai Digital Entertainment and Graphix Zone to release new Power Rangers Zeo CD-ROM game., BusinessWire. 1996-10-23.
  4. Creepy Castle, The Cutting Room Floor. Accessed 2015-01-06.
  5. Skull Cracker, MobyGames. Accessed 2018-04-10.
  6. MMPR - Prototypes, Interviews & Sprite Rips! Oh my! by Prototype, RangerBoard. 2017-08-27.
  7. @WORLD Software - Games, Bandai Digital Entertainment USA. Archived 1997-04-04.
  8. @World: Pippin shippin' by David Morgenstern, MacWEEK vol.10-46. 1996-12-02. Archived 1996-12-20.
  9. Ordering Software, Bandai Digital Entertainment. Archived 1997-07-12.
  10. Saban's Power Rangers Zeo Versus The Machine Empire Releases, MobyGames.

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