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Fury3 (also known as: Fury³; full name: Microsoft Fury3) is a simulation video game developed by Terminal Reality and published by Microsoft Game Studios for Windows 95. It is not a sequel to Terminal Velocity, but the two games share basic game mechanics and use the same engine. Although it was redesigned to run natively under Windows 95, it can run under Windows 3.1 using Win32s.
Players assume the role of a pilot named Councilor flying a fighter craft to eight planets (many based on real places, like Mars and New York) controlled by a militant robotic force called the Bions. Players fight three missions on each planet. Each of the missions involves destroying vital military targets in order to halt the Bions' progress on the planet. Players must then destroy either one or two Guardians who are the commanders of the particular Bion invasion force. Once players are done with one planet, they then move on to the next one.
Fury3 features eight planets, each comprising three missions for the player to complete. In each mission the player is given a set of targets to destroy; after completing all objectives the player will be directed to a "jump zone" which allows the player to the next mission. The third mission of each planet features a boss ("Guardian") which the player must destroy as their final objective.
A sequel, Hellbender was released in 1996.