The only thing you need to do in this game is shoot down enemy planes and missiles being fired at you. However, this simple concept becomes much more difficult when you can't see what's going on. This is the first major problem with Warp Fighter. While flying around, enemy planes will quickly appear on screen, but you don't have enough time to react to them in order to shoot them down. You'll wind up crashing into the planes more often that actually firing at them. The screen seems too small to catch all the action. To give the developer some credit, there are arrows placed around the screen to warn you that an enemy plane is nearby, acting like radar. This helps, but you'll still crash into planes more times than you'll want to.