I recently discovered Atari Sky Raiders in recent times. It's got this weird hardware generated partial 3D perspective. I'm almost certain I'd have liked it back in the day had I known about it. Alas, it's great fun to turn the volume full 10 and just listen to the pounding sound of the bombs. Annoying to everyone else however.
When you first start playing it. You'll likely try to slow down and hit all the targets. But the better way to play (which you will soon discover) is to fly normal or fast and simply drift left and right. Not worrying about missing something. You're score will be higher. You'll have fun rhythmically swaying a-left and a-right if you get into it. Like most early games, a simple strategy is all there is to it.
Edited by Keatah, Thu Oct 19, 2017 12:03 AM.