Advertising Blurbs

Back of Plastic Case - Atari ST (Germany):
    Action fighter. That's what they call you; now's your big chance to prove them right. This time it's going to be reality tough. It must be - the President himself has placed the safety of the nation in your hands. It is up to you to meet the enemy head-to-head on their ground and defeat all in your path. To help you, you're in possession of the latest Top Secret transforming vehicle.
    Change from a high-powered bike into a fast car. By collecting further icons, you can transform once more into a jet-car. Collect sophisticated weapons to aid you in your mission. Shoot everything that moves. Destroy all in your path. Complete your mission and the President will be pleased. If not . . . ever considered emigrating?

    • Faithful reproduction of hit Sega coin-op
    • Hectic action
    • Three-way transforming vehicle
    • Various weapons to collect
    • Smooth, super-fast scrolling

    Contributed by Patrick Bregger (196118) on Mar 13, 2010.

Back of Box - Amiga (United States):

    Take to the streets. Or take to the skies.

    Because Action Fighter is the incredible, transformable combat vehicle.
    You start out on a customized cycle. Built it with enough speed and power to jump over water and overtake enemies.
    Then, by finding the right parts along the way, you'll change your cycle into a supercharged, state-of-the-art sports car.
    Next, add two turbojets to make your car airborne. And take to the skies.
    Down hyped-up helicopters and jet spaceships from above.
    And no matter which vehicle you're manning-or who you're after-get ready to stand by for action!


    Jump over water - blasting enemies to a watery death as you go.

    This baby's fast. But so are the guys you're chasing.

    In the air you've got a better shot at your adversaries. But then they have a better shot at you!

    You'll always have a chance to get more ammo from the Sega truck.

    Watch where you're going. Or the going will get rough.

    Contributed by Patrick Bregger (196118) on Mar 13, 2010.