Born in 1983
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Getting this beast for Christmas in 1983. I was chuffed as could be when I opend the pressies and found this. For some reason as a kid I thought it might be some sort of tie-in with the Clint Eastwood flick of similar moniker, but alas it wasn't to be- this was FIREFOX F-7!
Who needs multi-player wifi connected nonsense.Much more advanced than that russian thingy... With dual sound controls, a joystick which had rudimentary speed control and a cool sounding laser sound when you fired, your mission was straight forward but not that easy!
Blast into the trenches (Atari Star Wars anyone?) and remove those pesky tie-fighter clones. Avoid deadly radiation leaks and blast pesky tie-fighter clones... advance to the space city and blast those pes- well, you get the picture. For it's time, F-7 was a kick ass game and is still fun to play nowadays. Personally would like to see some programmer write a game based on this or a simulator for it in PC or something. It's that much fun.
The sound effects can become tiresome after a while but each level has cool little music intros featuring little ditties like Star Wars theme and Thunderbirds theme. I have two of these muthas at home, which get played from time to time and still brings back that great feeling that you had back in the early 80s when things were cooler, but more clunkier!
Attack oncoming tie-fighter clones and blast your way through the trenches- approach the space cities at full speed and well blow up more tie-fighter clones. Awesome. Who needs multi-player wifi connected nonsense. Back in the day it took one man to get the job done. Firefox F-7. Boy, is this a machine!
Review by Stu Rankin : https://www.facebook.com/pages/Squilla/215525788515344
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