4 out of 5
Influential to game developers
D-Zone (Destruction Zone) by Julian Cochran has become an influential classic amongst game developers. The same guy who made the game is also a famous classical composer from Down Under. Games like D-Zone had a kind of personality that you can't get when a massive team is involved. Playing these older games though takes a bit of imagination - it is not unlike reading a book instead of watching a movie. You can't expect the fun to happen within minutes but by playing for a while you can still reach the depths. D-Zone has this depth.
4 out of 5
This game is interesting and amazing. The artificial intelligence is quite amazing as the levels progress - you can play for 20 hours on a single game and it gets better and better as the robot tanks and human tanks upgrade themselves. Eventually you can find a pattern of purchasing weapons economically and save enough money to dominate. It is therefore a sort of strategy game although it appears purely arcade to begin with.