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Futuristic

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Involves more advanced technology than the set time period would suggest, or has currently theoretical or experimental technology in practical everyday use.

115
games
26
platforms

The first video game about Futuristic was released in 1983.

Ubisoft, Plug In Digital and Chucklefish has published most of these games

Future tag should be used instead where appropriate.

See also: prochronic
These are games that could fit into science fiction, but the technology used has been proven to be feasible but not yet used in everyday life (at the time of release).

It should be fairly obvious that this shouldn't usually be used in conjunction with games flagged as SciFi.

Whatever theories are used in practice in the game should only be considered what their feasibility was considered at the time of release, any new revelations on them afterwards are irrelevant and would provide only a wildly changing cases where this tag would be applicable.

SciFi flag should not be removed from games posthumously, nor this tag added to replace it just because facts changed since release.

Platforms

Linux 55
Windows 11
Mac OS Classic 8
Mac OS X 6
X360 5
NES 4
PS3 3
Internet Only 2
Amiga 2
Atari ST 2
MS-DOS 2
PS2 1
PLATO 1
Xbox 1
Arcade 1
Android 1
NEC PC9801 1
Atari 2600 1
GP2X 1
BSD 1
NeXT 1
Lynx 1
Switch 1
Pandora 1
PSP 1
Sol-20 1

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