Zorton Brothers is the alias for "Los Justicieros", an FMV shooter created by Spanish company Picmatic in
1993. Released primarily in Spain, the game is similar to the Mad Dog series by American Laser Games. The video was shot in desert locations in the
city of Almería, Spain and stars Spanish celebrities like Javier de Campos as the undertaker and Paco Calatrava as the player's companion (the little
guy). It was Directed by Enrique Urbizu.
The story is about a stranger who is after a gang of thieves led by the Zorton Brothers (who are twins). The game progresses through typical western
scenarios like a cantina, a hotel, hideouts, etc. Similar to Mad Dog, you get to talk to many of the townspeople, who give you updates on what the
Zorton Brothers are doing.
The game was a big hit for Picmatic and is the most notable of their laserdisc portfolio. It uses the same Amiga hardware as ALG games but in PAL video
format. The game takes about 30 minutes to complete. It was ported to the PC a year later by a company called Dinamic Multimedia, with a longer story
and additional footage not included on the laserdisc.