Speed Zone (C64)

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Speed Zone
Speed Zone - C64.jpg
Platform: Commodore 64
Year: 1989
Developer: PAL Developments

Speed Zone is a vertically scrolling shoot'em up with a classic style.

The player, who flies a latest-generation spacecraft, must destroy all the alien hordes who want to destroy the space federation. The spaceship has a shield with a limited amount of energy. This energy protects the ship from the alien craft's shots. When the energy shield has reached its limit, the player loses one of three lives.

The game was created and designed by David A. Palmer Productions, who used the alias "PAL Developments".


Speed Zone - C64 - Title Screen.png

The title screen.


The music was arranged in Ubik's Musik. It lasts 41 seconds, but may seem longer as all 3 voices go out of sync.

# Title Composer Length Listen Download
01 Game Theme Unknown 3:55

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This recording is incomplete.


This recording lacks most percussion.


(Game lacks audio credits. HVSC guesses Julian Potts and put a question mark behind his name in the rip.)

Game Rip






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This rip is missing songs.


This rip lacks most percussion.

Audio Devices

This game uses the computer's built-in SID chip. It sounds different on each 6581 because it uses the filter. Whether it was officially released in NTSC regions is not known.


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Speed Zone - C64.jpg
Title: Speed Zone
Platform: Commodore 64
Released: 1989-03-??
Publisher: Mastertronic Limited