Skeet shooting is essentially the clay pigeon mode from 'Duck Hunt', made slightly less fun by the removal of a sarcastic dog. Targets fire in a small section at the top of the screen at random times and your objective is to line the target up and shot before they vanish. It would be fun if they didn't all fall at precisely the same angle, so once you've perfected the timing it’s almost impossible to miss.
This is most obvious in the archery stage where you're aiming your shot in accordance with the wind direction. You have to wonder why a gale so strong in can blow arrows off course doesn't move leafs on trees or even cause clouds to move. Even with it offensive unnaturally garish colours it’s worth remembering that this game came out at the very end of the Snes' life. It even straddled the transition to 32bit consoles also seeing a release on the PS1. By this point the 'Donkey KongCountry' series, 'Star Fox' and 'Yoshi's Island' had shown exactly what the Snes could do. While it doesn't look awful 'Olympic Summer Games' looks primitive, reflecting the past rather than foreshadowing the future. As reviewer Hawkins remarked "this is on the Snes for gawd sake, not some tawdry little home computer from the early eighties".