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Dual-screen aerial combat simulations are something of a rarity on any machine. On 16-bitters, Sky Chase is a first. If the graphic detail were more substantial we'd be dealing with something very special. As it is we're looking at an above average shoot-em-up employing smooth screen routines to convey the performance capabilities of a range of advanced fighters. Where Sky Chase really scores though is in its provision of one-to-one combat for two players. When you're up there with a friend as your for you won't have time to analyse the graphics.
Das beste an Skychase ist die flotte Grafik. Das Programm wird aber schnell langweilig; vor allem, wenn man gegen den Computer spielt. Wenn sich zwei etwa gleichstarke Spieler bekämpfen, kommt trotz des simplen Ablaufs wesentlich mehr