Buck Rogers - little known in my homeland, is another American hero who first announced himself back in 1928! Newspapers, comics, radio, TV series and computer games weren't Buck's only permanent residence. It has become a symbol of American pop culture.
It is not difficult to guess that such a popular character will soon begin to flicker in video games. In the first game, however, Buck does not shine, giving her only his name and a photo on the body of the arcade machine. It is implied that he controls the spaceship, flying through a tunnel filled with aliens and obstacles. The popularity of the game can be judged by its prevalence on the Atari 2600, Atari 5200, Atari XE, Colecovision, Intellivision, MSX and Sega Master System, as well as computers Commodore VIC-20, Commodore 64, Texas Instruments TI-99 / 4A, ZX Spectrum and the IBM PC, apart from the arcade original.
Version 5200 is not so bad. You have to fly over the surface of the planet, flying between electric masts and shooting at UFOs. Management shakes as always, but everything else is at a decent level.