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Tomcat Alley is one of the last of Sega's TruVideo games for the SegaCD, featuring you and your F-14 Tomcat doing what you do best - dogfighting Russian Migs!

This time, a renegade Soviet commander is threatening the United States with chemical weapons from his base in the Mexican desert, and its up to you and your wingmen to fine-tune your air-to-air combat strategies to make the entire western hemisphere safe again!

Tomcat Alley was one of Sega's last TruVideo games, featuring what is called "Active Matrix" software, which allows for many different outcomes to any given situation. This means only one thing - much more interaction and variation than previous FMV (Full Motion Video) games!


Tomcat Alley SEGA CD Post-mission celebrations
Tomcat Alley SEGA CD Selecting waypoint
Tomcat Alley SEGA CD And a hit!
Tomcat Alley SEGA CD Someone has his sights on you...

Promo Images

Tomcat Alley Magazine Advertisement Part 3
Tomcat Alley Magazine Advertisement p. 2-3
Tomcat Alley Magazine Advertisement Part 1


Alternate Titles

  • "トムキャットアレイ" -- Japanese spelling

Part of the Following Groups

User Reviews

Top Gun Meets FMV! SEGA CD ETJB (474)

Critic Reviews

GamePro (US) SEGA CD May, 1994 5 out of 5 100
Consoles Plus SEGA CD Sep, 1994 91 out of 100 91
Digital Press SEGA CD May, 1994 50 out of 60 83
Mega Fun SEGA CD Jun, 1994 77 out of 100 77
Play Time SEGA CD Jun, 1994 75 out of 100 75
Retro Game Reviews SEGA CD Mar 03, 2016 7 Stars7 Stars7 Stars7 Stars7 Stars7 Stars7 Stars7 Stars7 Stars7 Stars 70
PC Joker Windows Mar, 1996 70 out of 100 70
Just Games Retro SEGA CD May 12, 2003 3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars 70
Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM) SEGA CD May, 1994 23 out of 40 58
High Score SEGA CD Oct, 1994 1 out of 5 20


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    • April 1995 (Issue #4) - #81 in the Top 100 Video Games of All-Time

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