|After Burner Sega Master System SMS Complete!|
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|After Burner (Sega Master, 1988) (1988)|
Returns not accepted
|After Burner (Sega Master, 1987)-vg COMPLETE WITH MANUEL|
Broken Arrow, OK, USA
|After Burner (Sega Master, 1987)|
Findlay, OH, USA
|AFTER BURNER - Sega Master System Game Only|
Miami, FL, USA
|After Burner is a home port of the arcade hit. You play the part of a Navy air captain known as "The Ace." Players pilot an F-14 Thunder Cat capable of Mach 2 and equipped with a targeting computer, missiles, and a Vulcan 20mm cannon.|
The enemy plans on taking over the world, and they have a strategy to make it work. Their plan is divided into two parts and has been hidden in various parts of their country. Those plans have been located by Naval Intelligence, and they need you to retrieve them. Enemies you will encounter include jets, helicopters, and flying fortresses (extremely large jets).
From a third-person, behind-the-jet view, players can maneuver up, down, left, and right, as well as perform barrel rolls. A total of 18 stages must be completed in order to win the game. Three lives are provided from the start, and extras can be obtained when a score of 5,000,000 is reached and again when a score of 15,000,000 is reached. Three continues are also available.
|Number of Players||1|
|Game Series||After Burner Series|
Average review score based on 4 user reviews
You're a Navy air captain. At your control is the most advanced fighting jet ever to set the skies on fire. You F-14 Thunder Cat gives you mach 2= speeds, unlimited firepower and a state-of-the-art battle computer which targets your enemoes for destruction. Fire guided missiles, then blast away with your Vulcan cannon. roll your fighter left and right. Enemy missiles slide under your wings. Your afterburners roar as you dive for the wave tops. In this sky battle you're outnumbered so youu will have to be quick and live up to your nickname 'the ace'.
After Burner on the Arcade was a a great game especial if you were able to find the version where the seat would fall back and forth as you controlled the fighter jet. That was innovation back in the 1980's. Sega had some awesome games for the arcade like Shinobi, Frogger, Out Run and Quartet. After Burner was one of those games. They knew how to make their games run smoothly for the Sega Master System. I can't say that it is a great game for the Master System because I feel there were to many levels that seemed to repeat the same objective. The enermies didn't have to much depth when it came to their attaching patterns. The graphics and music are good for a game twenty years ago, but the contols are little troublesome at times. Overall, it is a good solid game and very cheap. It is all over ebay and you should beable to find one for under $5.00.
Master Mark S. Kanaar
is one of the good games that sega did fun and good fighting game arcade flying as in real time in the plane tying to get to the must of this is fun to play it
I love that the graphics are very close to the original. I hate that there is a huge amount of flicker within the game. I decided to buy it because it was cheap and I was feeling nostalgic about my SEGA Master System. I have deliberately kept myself from selling any of post Atari 2600 consoles (I only have the SMS and a Genesis) so that I can use them as my personal wayback machines to the days of when I could come home and pop in a cartridge and play for hours, flip the television on after school and watch cartoons. Good cartoons and not the ones on Cartoon Network, and remember the days when I used to trade games with my friends and compare scores and strategies.