Intro 720 Degrees (1986 – Nintendo)
720 Degrees (A.K.A 720°) was first released in 1986 on arcade machines by Atari, a big name in the industry. This is considered a pioneering game in the theme of skateboarding, which is appreciated by many gamers as good and new.
In the game, players will control an athlete before the game and perform different techniques to complete tasks on the tracks. Fully focus on scoring as many points as possible through flip and spin skills, and stay level on obstacles like ramps, pipes, and tracks.
The pace in the game is considered to be quite fast and enough to bring challenges, this requires gamers to have quick reflexes and need to time to perform skills correctly so as not to fall. Players will use the joystick to perform skills as well as keep the athlete’s balance without slipping.
720 Degrees is today remembered by many 8x 9x gamers as one of the classic skateboarding games that set the stage for later games like Tony Hawk’s. With creative gameplay and high difficulty as well as unpredictable skill execution style. This is clearly a top-notch skateboarding game of the classic gaming world.
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