The F. Blacker is a medium-sized subsonic fighter plane with a distinctive black coloring that gives it its name. It has a pair of turboprop engines that are enhanced by a special high-output supercharger, which allows the pilot to operate at altitudes up to 15,000 meters. The aircraft also featured a pair of variable geometry "swing-wings", much like the real-life Grumman F-14 Tomcat fighter aircraft. When the swing-wings fold back, that is when the plane speeds off. The F. Blacker is armed to the teeth, boasting a pair of machine guns in the nose and hardpoints on the wings for missiles, but its most distinctive weapon; a three-barreled multi-launcher weapon behind the cockpit canopy that could fire a variety of munitions, especially powerful air-to-air missiles.
The F. Blacker could also be docked with a massive, flying wing-type weapons platform called the "Black Noise". It is powered by six gigantic jet engines, and is armed with machine gun turrets, four-barreled revolving cannons, and homing missile launchers at the front. Each revolving cannon could retract its barrels and deploy a larger one that fires a deadly spray of dangerous projectiles. When the wings are destroyed, the central module would jettison. It is capable of ultra-high-altitude flight, and is armed with two homing missile launchers, omnidirectional machine cannon turrets that deploy and retract, and its deadliest weapon; the "Maelstrom Laser", a deadly, tornado-like beam of energy that sucks in targets while destroying them. The F. Blacker could also use its multi-launcher while docked to this deadly support unit.
- The F. Blacker's design is inspired by the stealth planes designed by the Skunk Works of the Lockheed Corporation, most particularly the A-12 and the SR-71 Blackbird.
- 15,000 meters is equivalent to 49,212.6 feet. Most modern military aircraft could fly at higher altitudes than this.
- Regardless of your choice if you let him live or die you'll Still get the same ending.