The arcade game MagMax by Nichibutsu came out in 1985 and features for its time an impressive 3D scrolling effect which, in my observation, is not widely discussed yet, although it should be noteworthy.
There are plenty of videos online if you want to have a quick lock.
It reminds me of the "Mode 7" of the Super Nintendo which came out many years later.
However, I could not find any information about the graphics chip/controller or if any special hardware is used in that arcade machine.
So I'm wondering if rather standard arcade hardware for that time is used and that effect is achieved by clever programming using raster interrupts or the like, or if a similar/predecessor/same chip as in the SNES is used.