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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.
Atari STAtari ST User
Flight simulator purists may scoff at the game's simplicity and arcade freaks yawn at its graphics and effects. In trying to please everyone Image Works has undoubtedly compromised with both of these main game playing aspects of Sky Chase. Nonetheless, I think the company has still come up with a good, playable end product that has a lot to offer.
Atari STThe One
The ST interpretation is slightly faster than Its Commodore counterpart, and as a result is a tad more playable. The title tune and spot effects are still
nothing to write home about, but as a two player head to head combat game it successfully manages to hold Its fudge.
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