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Go to Add/remove software. Click on 'Installed On' tab so that the programs will be listed in order of install date. Figure out which programs were installed when you installed the fighter jet game and uninstall all of them.
What happened is that when you installed the fighter jet game, you probably unintentionally clicked through some questions that asked you if you wanted some other stuff installed (we get used to just clicking through stuff when installing programs) . This happened to me, but i forget the program names, but adds would overlay all the websites that I would visit. It was extremely annoying! Its not malware or virus because you (probably) actually asked for it by clicking yes on something.
If it a good game you probably can keep the game and just delete the others that came over with it.
...kinda like taking radio-active pills in order to cure warts? If it doesn't kill you, it might cure you?
Actually, a good idea. Seems that doubling the download won't increase the amount of ad-ware, and since it's looking like my computer's heading to the doctor anyway, having a double dose of this junk can't hurt the outcome of his cleaning.
You can download an uninstaller on their website http://arcadefrontier.com/Deactivate.af
Scroll down to the bottom for the link to download it.
Also, you'll need to delete the extension in your browser. Using the uninstaller doesn't get rid of that.
Hope that helps.