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In 2005, aliens have taken over Antarctica. You are sent in to combat them with the new super tank, the Slye-Hicks MX-100, Codename: Arcticfox.

Arcticfox is a futuristic-based 3D tank simulation game where your overall goal is to destroy the invading aliens' main fortress before Arcticfox is destroyed.

Enemy targets come in all sorts of shapes and sizes: planes, tanks, recon sleds and other important targets such as communication towers, atmosphere converters, etc. Your state-of-the-art killing machine is equipped with a cannon, guided missiles and mines at your disposal in addition to radar and forward/aft view-screens to detect your enemy advances.


Arcticfox Amstrad CPC I've been hit
Arcticfox Amstrad CPC An enemy tank. Get rid of these as fast as you can!
Arcticfox Amstrad CPC Mission evaluation
Arcticfox Amstrad CPC Enemy preview

Promo Images

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Alternate Titles

  • "Arctic Fox" -- Alternate spelling

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User Reviews

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Critic Reviews

CPC Game Reviews May 30, 2021 7 out of 10 70
The Games Machine (UK) Sep, 1988 55 out of 100 55


Topic # Posts Last Post
Playing on an Amiga emulator? 1 xroox (3957)
Sep 17, 2007


Copy protection

The PC version of Arcticfox features on-disk copy protection. Should the copy protection check fail, the title screen would load but any attempt to start the game or enter the enemy preview mode and the game will return right back to the title screen.


Arcticfox is one of the few PC titles that supports 16 colors exclusively in Tandy mode.


  • Computer Gaming World
    • November 1996 (15th anniversary issue) – #138 in the “150 Best Games of All Time” list
Additional information contributed by Neville
Martin Smith (76887) added Arcticfox (Amstrad CPC) on Jan 22, 2007
Other platforms contributed by Quapil (5475), robMSX (2214), Martin Smith (76887), Terok Nor (31919) and Servo (57358)