Bank, hover, touch-down & sometimes even shake zombies from their chopper during lift-off in order to make your rescue & complete your mission.
Análises de utilizadores: Muito positivas (91 análises)
Data de lançamento: 11 Jan, 2012
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Em Choplifter HD, os jogadores terão a oportunidade de desempenhar o papel de um piloto de salvamento que foi chamado para se juntar à elite, a equipa internacional de helicópteros de salvamento. Os pilotos serão treinados a pilotar diversos helicópteros em 30 missões diferentes. Os pilotos deverão virar, pairar, aterrar e, por vezes, sacudir zombies do seu helicóptero durante a descolagem de modo a conseguirem o salvamento e a completarem a sua missão.

Características principais:

  • Em Choplifter HD os jogadores são desafiados a arriscarem as suas vidas de modo a salvarem as de outros!
  • Os jogadores têm a oportunidade de pilotar diferentes helicópteros baseados no atuais modelos utilizados pelas forças militares.
  • Diversos e perigosos terrenos incluindo áreas urbanas, postos avançados na selva, bases no ártico e instalações no deserto, com missões que decorrem a todas as horas do dia e da noite.
  • Pilota uma variedade de helicópteros colocados em 30 missões diferentes que vão desde a extração de um prisioneiro militar capturado ao salvamento de sobreviventes de surtos de vírus.
  • Manobra, dispara e extrai sob condições perigosas para conseguires executar os salvamentos.
  • Dan Gorlin, criador da série Choplifter original, como consultor de design.

Requisitos do Sistema

    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: 2 Ghz Dual-Core CPU
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 2GB Free HD Space
    • Video Card: Graphics Card with Shader Model 3 support, 256 MB video memory
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Sound: DirectSound-compatible sound device
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2 de 4 pessoas (50%) acharam esta análise útil
0.2 hrs em registo
I played the original back in the Eighties, and this iteration is thoroughly mediocre. Dodgy controls, dull play, and poor presentation. This is clearly something InXile shoveled out to keep the lights on.
Publicada: 24 Maio
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1 de 3 pessoas (33%) acharam esta análise útil
12.4 hrs em registo
Sorry but I have to say that I expected even the old graphs but colored... OF THE SAME OLD GAME! Its not the same I played in an Apple II some decades ago, believe me, its working yet.

I love modern games, dont get me wrong, I have all the new modern and old games, but this, that I must say is a so so game close to the old one, is not the same exitement.
Publicada: 27 Agosto
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175.5 hrs em registo
I want to hate this game but I can't stop playing!!
Publicada: 9 Setembro
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11 de 11 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
7.0 hrs em registo
Choplifter HD is only recommendable to people who don't mind a severe "old school" challenge. Everyone else will probably find the game too frustrating, even on the lower difficultly levels.

Like the 1980s original, Choplifter HD puts you in control of a helicopter and tasks you with rescuing people and bringing them back to safety. Enemies dot the levels and they'll take shots at you; if your helicopter takes too many hits you'll blow up. Likewise, if you run out of fuel, you'll crash. Choplifter HD becomes a game of risk management; do you have enough fuel to make it to the next person who needs to be rescued, or should you turn back to refuel and repair first? The clock is ticking...

All of this is fine, and is keeping in the spirit of the original game. Where Choplifter HD veers off-course is in the difficulty: this game is tough as nails. The first two or three levels are easy enough, but the difficulty spikes severely from that point on. Levels are jam-packed with enemies that can take your health down in a flash and many of them re-spawn after a short time, meaning you have to deal with them over and over. Enemies with RPGs and EMP rifles that stand on rooftops are very hard to spot, and later on you'll have to avoid missiles fired from jets as well as incoming mortar fire. There are even tanks and AA cannons that can take you out in a couple of hits. It's almost impossible to avoid taking damage in Choplifter HD, so get used to restarting some levels multiple times before you finally conquer them.

If the campaign becomes too much to take, Choplifter HD also has a zombie mode: here, you fly back and forth across a besieged city, shooting zombies and rescuing people. It's fun for a while.

One other thing worth mentioning: the awful voice-acting. Throughout Choplifter HD, you'll be treated to poorly-written and voiced jokes and one-liners from your chopper's crew. None of the jokes are funny, and they're repeated over and over. Some of the dialog is surprisingly tasteless too. Turn your speakers off.

If you're one of those people who think that modern games have become too "casual", then Choplifter HD is for you.
Publicada: 27 de Novembro de 2013
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7 de 7 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
25.4 hrs em registo
Having played the original in the late 80's as a kid in amusement arcades, it was hard to resist purchasing this very addictive game. It's worth purchasing the Night Avenger dlc helicopter as some missions are quite difficult to get a perfect 5 stars. The more stars you acquire the better helicopter upgrade you receive, you have to use non dlc helicopters to complete a mission before being able to use any powerful dlc helicopters you may have purchased.

Zombie! Zombie! Zombie! dlc level pack is worth buying also but not necessary to complete the game.

You can easily play this game off onboard Intel HD Graphics 3000 very well, the graphics are superb.

Bought in the Christmas 2013 steam sale with 75% off.
Publicada: 11 Janeiro
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