Space Tactics (arcade)   1980

 

Emulation: mame (not fully emulated)

 

First pseudo-stereoscopic 3D  effect.

 

Arcade system: Sega Unique

Space Tactics
ORIGINAL POSTER

Gameplay video

Space Tactics
Picture from manual
Space Tactics
Cabinet
Space Tactics
Magazine review - Pizza times (1981)

Magazine commercial - Vidiot (1981)

Trivia:

1) Plot - "Protect lunar bases from attacking aliens".

2) Stereoscopic 3D  effect - Alien ships attacking in a 3D pattern towards the screen, the entire screen mobilizing and scrolling in multiple directions as the player moves the cross-hairs, and a laser that shoots into the screen, creating a real-life 3D effect.

3) Stereoscopic 3D is an attempt to reproduce the process by which we see with our own eyes in order to produce a feeling of depth. When shooting a 3D image, two cameras are used to capture separate images of the same object from slightly different angles, but from one fixed viewpoint. A stereoscopic video game (also S-3D video game) is a video game which uses stereoscopic technologies to create depth perception for the player by any form of stereo display. Such games should not to be confused with video games that use 3D game graphics, which although they feature graphics on screen, do not give the illusion of depth beyond the screen.

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