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Freddy Pharkas: Frontier Pharmacist (1993)

Freddy Pharkas: Frontier Pharmacist

Sierra On-Line, Inc.

Set in the American West of the 1880s, Freddy Pharkas was one of the fastest guns in the west. However in one particular gunfight with an outlaw named Kenny he was outgunned and Freddy had his ear shot off. This traumatic experience caused Freddy to give up his pistols and enroll in the school of pharmacology. Blocking out the memories of his past, Freddy arrives in the town of Corsegold with the dream to own and run his own pharmacy. Working with the town’s doctor, Freddy is able to fill prescriptions, mix concoctions and diagnose simple symptoms. Business among the townsfolk is brisk however, the good times are not to last as suddenly townsfolk are run out of town and businesses are being foreclosed and boarded up. Freddy must deal with the town’s problems, and discover the larger plot, or risk having a fancy shop in an empty town and losing all his customers.

Ford Simulator II (1990)

Ford Simulator II

Ford Motor Company

The second installment in the series represents the advertisement of the Ford’s 1990 product line and consists of five sections.

Flight of the Intruder (1990)

Flight of the Intruder

Spectrum Holobyte, Inc.

Join “Tiger” Cole and “Cool Hands” Grafton as you command the US Naval Aviators over Vietnam. Take on MiGs, AAA, and SAM, and the unforgiving nature of carrier aviation. Configure each plane’s loadout for your mission, plan your mission package, then fly your missions. Command multiple sections of planes and switch among them at will. When you’re done, you can even try your hand at LANDING on an aircraft carrier.

Firehawk (1990)

Firehawk

Sierra On-Line, Inc.

The official sequel to Thexder, Fire Hawk has more of everything: More weapons, more enemies, more music, more levels… more everything. Some of the main improvements include the ability to save your game at certain points, multiple special weapons, the ability to switch between special weapons during gameplay, and a greatly expanded high-quality soundtrack.

Fire & Ice (1993)

Fire & Ice

Renegade Software

The background story of Fire & Ice is quick to tell: A coyote (you) runs, throwing ice cubes, through various worlds. In the levels you must jump on platforms and kill your enemies. The enemies (for example, birds and penguins) can be shot with your ice cubes; they become frozen, so you smash them. Sometimes they leave part of a key behind after they’re destroyed. The complete key, assembled from all the pieces, opens the door to the next world.

Final Fantasy VII (1998)

Final Fantasy VII

Eidos Interactive, Inc.

The seventh installment of Final Fantasy series takes place in a post-modern, steampunk sci-fi world where high technology reigns and where robots and bio-engineered mutants co-exist with humans and dragons.

Final DOOM (1996)

Final DOOM

id Software, Inc.

Final DOOM is an official addon that adds two new episodes to DOOM II. The first new episode is called the Plutonia Experiment and the other is called TNT: Evilution.

Fallout 2 (1998)

Fallout 2

Interplay Productions, Inc.

This sequel to Fallout, starts 80 years after its predecessor. When the First Vault Dweller was forced from his home, he walked north until he found some new friends and found a tribe in a suitable place. But some years after his death, the tribe, your tribe is also dying. The Elders decide you are the chosen one and you have to find the salvation, G.E.C.K. (short for “Garden of Eden Creation Kit”). Sadly your only clue is the ancient disks the Vault Dweller left. And your only equipment is his clothes and PipBoy. With courage and determination you leave to save your village, unaware of the consequences your actions will carry.

Fallout (1997)

Fallout

Interplay Productions, Inc.

A devastating atomic war wiped out almost the entire population of the Earth. The civilization as we know it has been destroyed. The Earth has become a huge radioactive area. Only the most courageous ones dare to dwell on the surface, forming communities and building new cities. Many people live in Vaults, huge underground dwellings. You play the role of an inhabitant of Vault 13. Recently, the water purification controller chip was broken. Without clean water, the people of the Vault cannot survive. You are sent to retrieve a chip from another Vault. And you venture outside, to face a dangerous world and to find your place in it.

Falcon 4.0 (1998)

Falcon 4.0

Hasbro Interactive, Inc.

You’re flying the F-16 “Fighting Falcon”, a U.S. Air Force fighter, over the skies of Korea. The learning curve is VERY steep and will take time to learn, let alone master. There is a way to “jump in and fly” so the game can be enjoyed by anyone, regardless of experience.