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Games in the "Desert Strike" Franchise

Desert Strike: Return to the Gulf
1992 - Desert Strike: Return to the Gulf
Genesis, Super Nintendo, Sega Master System, Lynx, Amiga, GameGear, PC, Game Boy, Game Boy Advance
The Scuds are back! With a fiery blast from your Hellfire missiles you must annihilate a ruthless tyrant's military arsenal. Smoke his private yacht and tear into his air force as you challenge the Madman's forces in a series of surgical strikes. Rip through 27 fiery missions. Force is highly...
Jungle Strike
1993 - Jungle Strike
Genesis, Amiga, Amiga CD32, Game Boy, Super Nintendo, PC, GameGear
Now the storm hits the jungle! The Desert Madman is dead - now his vicious son plots a nuclear strike against the U.S.A. He's enlisted a powerful ally - a ruthless South American Drug Lord with an army of hi-tech mercenaries. It's YOUR mission to take them out! Turn night into day with your...
Urban Strike
1994 - Urban Strike
Genesis, Super Nintendo, GameGear, Game Boy
Save the cities of the U.S.A. from Armageddon in ten spectacular multiple-stage missions! Leave your copter and fight on foot. New choppers and ground assault vehicles. New timed sequences, power-ups and interactive control panels.
Soviet Strike
1996 - Soviet Strike
PlayStation, Saturn
We're looking at a Worst Case Scenario. An ex-KGB general is about to put some heat into the cold war - the red army is up for grabs and he's got his eye on it. Let's stop this while it's still a rumor. If we fail, we're looking at war - and that doesn't happen on my clock. Featuring a...
Nuclear Strike
1997 - Nuclear Strike
PlayStation, PC, Nintendo 64
Improved enemy targeting! Photo-realistic environments! More enemies than ever before! Bigger explosions! Smart battlefields - AI reacts to player's behavior! Control more than 10 different attack vehicles! "...Detailed ground environments with almost photo-realistic...
Super Strike Trilogy
Canceled - Super Strike Trilogy
Sega CD
Super Strike Trilogy is a Miscellaneous game, developed by The Edge and published by Electronic Arts, which was cancelled before it was released.


Data for this franchise was contributed by ZeoKnight.