F-16 Multirole Fighter was developed with John A. Fergione, who is the chief F-16 test pilot for Lockheed Martin, and contains many new realism models not seen in previous Novalogic simulations:
Manual shoot list generation
Manual landing gear operation
Unbalanced loadout effects
In addition to the 6 tutorial missions and numerous quick missions, there are scripted campaigns in varied terrains such in Serbia, Liberia/Sierra Leone, Burma, and Somalia/Ethiopia. F-16 MRF is also playable on Novalogic's free Integrated Battle Space with up to 128 other pilots using Novalogic's MiG-29 and F-22 Raptor (it was developed in tandem with their MiG-29 Fulcrum product for this sole purpose).
Graphics are 3D-card accelerated (without any of the old Novalogic VoxelSpace codebase), with resolutions from 640x480 to 1024x768. Other options include a virtual cockpit and the LANTIRN system. Almost all the F-16 weapons such as the AGM-88 anti-radar missile and the new JDAM are available.