Canyon Bomber was an early arcade game developed by Atari and released in 1977. It was one of the first games to feature vector graphics, which allowed for more detailed and realistic graphics than previous games.
In Canyon Bomber, players controlled an aircraft that flew over a canyon. The goal of the game was to drop bombs on targets in the canyon, such as tanks, bunkers, and bridges. Players could also earn bonus points by destroying enemy aircraft.
The game was played from a top-down perspective, and players could move their aircraft left and right. They could also drop bombs by pressing the fire button. The bombs would arc down towards the canyon, and they would explode on impact.
Canyon Bomber was a commercial success and was one of the most popular arcade games of its time. It was praised for its innovative use of vector graphics and its challenging gameplay. The game has been cited as an inspiration for later games, such as Missile Command and Tempest.