Majesco Entertainment today ships F-24 Stealth Fighter, a new flight simulation game for the Game Boy Advance. The company also announces that a Nintendo DS version of the game will be released in early 2007.
"F-24 Stealth Fighter is a fun, on-the-go military flight simulation at a very appealing price point," said Ken Gold, vice president of Marketing. "With a $14.99 price tag, this is a great Holiday stocking stuffer for any GBA owner."
In F-24 Stealth Fighter, recent events in the Middle East, coupled with the continuing hostilities in Iraq have led to runaway political and military instability in Iran. Naval and Air Force aviators conducting operations in the area are at a full state of combat readiness and pilots are authorized to neutralize any threats with extreme prejudice.
With conditions worsening, it is up to players to maintain peace in this volatile region. Backed by the armed might of the F-24 Stealth Fighter, players embark on 20 different land and sea missions to combat the enemy. Pilots will be challenged to master first-person, carrier-based take-offs and landings as well as in-flight refueling. An arsenal of high powered weaponry is at their disposal, including 20mm Cannons, Sidewinder Missiles and Tomahawks.
Developed by Skyworks Technologies, F-24 Stealth Fighter for the Game Boy Advance is rated E10+ and available now for a suggested retail price of $14.99. The Nintendo DS version will launch in early 2007.