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Fly onto the surface of Mars as Mark Watney in this VR game.
Crossover card battle game featuring multiple mainstays of Fox's animated sitcoms.
The cult sci-fi TV series from Joss Whedon goes MMO on PC, Mac, and smartphones.
AVP: Evolution brings the legendary crossover conflict to mobile and OUYA.
Die Hard is a mobile game based on the 2013 film "A Good Day to Die Hard"
Family Guy Online was a free to play MMO based on the Family Guy television show.
Predators is a game that ties into the 2010 movie of the same name. You play as a Predator killing the protagonists of the movie.
Based on the 2009 film of the same name, this adventure game puts players into the shoes of former security guard Larry Daley as he works to save the museum, his friends, and even the world.
Street Fighter parody flash game that was available on the official American Dad and Family Guy websites.
A Scooby-Doo themed pinball machine.
A space shooter designed by Dan Thompson for the Atari 2600 that was also released under the name "Final Orbit" for the Atari 8-bit and Commodore VIC-20 homecomputers.
Flash Gordon is a horizontal scrolling shoot'em up for the Atari 2600 based on the film of the same name starring the pulp fiction hero. Also published under the name "Spider City" for the Atari 8-bit and Commodore VIC-20 homecomputers.
A single-screen shoot'em up written by David Lubar and published by 20th Century Fox for the Atari 2600. The space station of the Hyperions, shielded by a energy force field and other base defenses, must be destroyed this time by the player.
Maze game released by 20th Century Fox which tasks the player with robbing banks and avoiding (or disabling) the police.
In 1983 Fox Video Games, Inc. released M*A*S*H, a game based on the popular movie and TV series.
A shoot'em up written by David Lubar in which the player, in the role of a master tank commander, has to blow away hordes of giant worms that are descending upon the city of Teriyaki.
Alien for the Atari 2600, based on the movie of the same name, is similar to Pac-Man (and oddly, Frogger).
The player has to stun the Beanies with the the "amazing stun gun" and then catch them and other items in this single-screen shoot'em up written by Grady Ward.
A vertically scrolling shoot'em up in which the player controlls a miniaturized submarine, that was injected into the blood stream of an ill patient, and destroys blood clots and bacteria.
It's like Donkey Kong, but with two-legged "Sneakers" instead of barrels, hearts instead of umbrellas, and a long-legged boss guarding a key instead of a lady.
A single-screen shoot'em up written by Mark Turmell and published for various 8-bit platforms.
A single screen shoot'em up in which the player controls a duck at the bottom of the screen shooting at crabs and dragonflies while trying to avoid bombs and bricks dropped by the enemies.
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