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Games in the "AirWolf" Franchise

Airwolf
1984 - Airwolf (1984)
Sinclair ZX81/Spectrum, Commodore 64, Amstrad CPC
Deep within enemy territory, your fellow countrymen are imprisoned. Only one man in the free world would dare attempt to save them. You, Stringfellow Hawke, commander of Airwolf. And yet, as you strap yourself into the cockpit of your supersonic jet copter, you know this is the most dangerous...
4 in 1: Airwolf / Bomb Jack / Commando / Frank Bruno's Boxing
1986 - 4 in 1: Airwolf / Bomb Jack / Commando / Frank Bruno's Boxing
Commodore 64, Sinclair ZX81/Spectrum
4 in 1: Airwolf / Bomb Jack / Commando / Frank Bruno's Boxing is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Various and published by Hit-Pak, which was released in Europe in 1986.
AirWolf II
1986 - AirWolf II
Commodore 64, Sinclair ZX81/Spectrum, Amstrad CPC
AirWolf II is an Action game, published by Elite, which was released in Europe in 1986.
Airwolf
1987 - Airwolf (1987)
Arcade Games, NES
Airwolf is an Action game, developed and published by Kyugo Boueki, which was released in Japan in 1987.
Airwolf
1988 - Airwolf
NES
Deep within enemy territory, your fellow countrymen are imprisoned. Only one man in the free world would dare attempt to save them. You, Stringfellow Hawke, commander of Airwolf. And yet, as you strap yourself into the cockpit of your supersonic jet copter, you know this is the most dangerous...
CrossFire
1990 - CrossFire (1991)
NES, Genesis
Crash Them To Pieces! Most Exciting Games' Cross Fire is No.1!! The narcotics triangle is a zone dominated by evil where powerful drug cartels prevail. Colombia in South America, Mongolia in Asia, and Iran in the Middle East - these are the countries in which the world's three largest drug...

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Data for this franchise was contributed by Wongtan and ZeoKnight.