Take the cockpit and blow these other “radiers” out of the sky. I had never played this game, never heard of it, but it has a legacy unlike any other. It’s like registered in Washington DC as possibly the most iconic video game of all time. It’s been used as a training model, the game’s layout.
All you have is a target and a nav computer where enemy ships show up depending on where you turn. Your goal: nuke them! This game is hard to master; and for Atari, looks pretty amazing. It def. takes some practice to get down how to maneuver, and how to hit your targets. I also loved the sound; classic arcade shooting noise and ambient sounds are two of my favorite noises in the world (besides my daughter’s voice and the whale songs from Star Trek IV). I was impressed with the simplicity of the gameplay but how the game came together as a whole. Imagine if I’d just picked it up in the 80’s; probably never forget it.
Playability/ Controls- 7.5 Graphics- 8 Music/sound- 7 Replay Value- 7.5 Originality- 9.5 Final: 79%