Roms For Sega Master System

ROM Name Summary
Fire & Forget 2
Flash, The A light roleplaying game (RPG), where the protagonist is tasked with saving their magazine by taking pictures of various girls.
Flicky (SG-1000) 1000-BIT
Flintstones, The Flintstones
Flipper (SC-3000) An abstract and minimalistic pattern-matching puzzle game.
Forgotten Worlds A side-scrolling shooter released on multiple platforms by Capcom. The player could rotate their burly soldier protagonist, allowing them to shoot in many directions.
G-Loc Air Battle G-LOC: Air Battle is an air combat arcade shooter by Sega.
Gain Ground Gain Ground is a tactical top-down shooter, originally released in arcades. It was later ported to the Master System, Genesis and Turbografx-16 CD.
Galactic Protector Released only in Japan and requiring use of a special paddle-based controller, Galactic Protector is a spin-off of Sega's Fantasy Zone series, tasking the Opa Opa with protecting cutesy planets from dangerous debris.
Galaxy Force Galaxy Force is a space-themed arcade game from Sega that used their super-scaler technology to create the illusion of 3D depth. Various home system versions were produced, but none could properly recreate the cutting edge effects.
Gamebox Esportes Radicais (Brazil) Game Box Série Esportes Radicais is a Brazilian Master System cartridge that bizarrely only includes the Surfing and BMX entries from California Games.
Gangster Town Gangster Town is a light gun game developed and published by Sega that was released for the Master System in 1987.
Gauntlet Arrowhead Games, the studio behind Magicka, developed Gauntlet: Slayer Edition as part of the long-running Gauntlet franchise.
George Foreman's KO Boxing In the 1990's George Foreman's comeback quest for the Heavyweight Championship Title, made him a favorite among boxing fans. His popularity would result in a decent Mike Tyson's Punch Out type of game.
Geraldinho (Brazil) Comercially sold brazilian hack of Teddy Boy featuring a comic strip character.