The game was popular enough to spawn an expansion pack called F!Zone, which contains the level editor as well as a bunch of new levels to play on.
The Win31 version of the game requires installation of W32s, the "32-bit Windows extension", to work. This is basically a subset of the Win95/WinNT kernel that can be used on Win31 to allow it to run many 32-bit programs.
You are deducted a certain number of points for each greenery / shrub / tree you destroy. So don't use the trees for target practice!
The sequel to this game is titled Hellbender.
First game to specifically support the Microsoft Sidewinder digital Joystick
Fury3 is based on the same graphics engine as Terminal Velocity.