SkyChase (Amiga)

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Take to the skies and fight your opponent (computer or human) on a split screen or null-modem link. Takeoffs and landings are handled automatically, so players can focus on shooting each other down. Flyby replays are featured for crashes, so you can gloat over each victory. In one-player mode, the view from your opponent's plane is optional; either way you have a scanner to help locate them. Different levels of ammunition and missile stock can be set, to make for a variety of gameplay options. After the game has been ran for 3 hours, a hidden 'paper plane' mode is added, alongside a roster of topline machines such as the F-16 and MiG-29.


SkyChase Amiga Main Menu
SkyChase Amiga Jet Selection
SkyChase Amiga Crashed to land with F-15 Eagle
SkyChase Amiga F-14 Tomcat fired a missile on FA/18 Hornet

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The Games Machine (UK) Sep, 1988 87 out of 100 87
ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment) Sep, 1988 785 out of 1000 78
ST/Amiga Format Sep, 1988 78 out of 100 78
Play Time Jun, 1991 67 out of 100 67
The One Oct, 1988 66 out of 100 66
Amiga Power Oct, 1991 57 out of 100 57
ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) Nov, 1988 5.2 out of 12 43
Power Play Oct, 1988 37 out of 100 37
Amiga Games Oct, 1992 34 out of 100 34
Computer and Video Games (CVG) Sep, 1988 3 out of 10 30


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SkyChase is the first game to feature multiplayer on a simulator.


  • ACE
    • October 1988 (issue #13) - Included in the Top-100 list of 1987/1988 (editorial staff selection)

Martin Smith (66852) added SkyChase (Amiga) on Jul 06, 2004
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