F-22 Interceptor is a flight sim developed by Ned Lerner and Lerner Research exclusively for the Sega Genesis platform. Its featured aircraft, the F-22 Interceptor, was at that time a hypothetical future jet fighter for the United States Air Force: the F-22 Raptor, as it would become known, performed its first test flights in 1997 and was introduced to military service in 2002.
F-22 Interceptor features missions across the United States of America, North Korea (simply referred to as "Korea" by the game), Iraq, and Russia. Using their state-of-the-art jet fighter, players are expected to shoot down and destroy targets in both the air and on the ground. It was one of the earliest flight sims to use separate camera angles to depict the player's jet in-flight, as well as animated cutaways that tracked missiles fired by or at the player.