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The Atari Times
This game can be a bit fun, especially the “chicken” variation; for only one player, though, all you can do is practice your landings, I suppose, which is why my score for this isn’t sky high (har, pardon the pun), since it’s pretty much a two player game. At least it isn’t super rare or expensive though, so I’d see about picking up a copy if you find it somewhere for a bit of a different gaming experience. After all, there’s no shooting, dot munching, racing, or explosions in this one.
The Video Game Critic
Obviously Sky Diver is designed for head-to-head match-ups, but single player can still play for score. Deceptively plain looking, it's easy to write off Sky Diver, but I recommend you give it a try.