In memoriam, Donald Sutherland


aka: F14 Tomcat
Moby ID: 55633
Commodore 64 Specs


In the first half of 21st century technological advances allowed for construction of artificial islands. One of such military installations, ARTROCK 6, had turned rogue after being hit by a violent storm, its computer-controlled defensive systems firing upon anything that comes close. The player, being a top pilot, has been chosen to fly an upgraded F-14+2d Tomcat jet to destroy this electronic madness.

Tomcat is a vertically scrolling top-down shooter set in the near future. You can pick up weapon upgrades (more guns, missiles) from destroyed enemies.

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Game added by Rola.

Game added April 19, 2012. Last modified January 14, 2024.