You are Rick Guiver, a reckless coast guard rescue helicopter pilot. A terrible oilrig catastrophe has happened in the coast! Against your superiors' orders and better judgement you jump in your helicopter and fly to the danger zone! There's no time to lose, save as many people as you can!
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Positive (24) - 91% of the 24 user reviews for this game are positive.
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Feb 23, 2017
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February 4

New choppas and full controller support update

Surprise pilots!

To celebrate another discount, here's a new update for you to enjoy. With it you will get two new choppas to unlock and a bunch of bug fixes. The new Vacuum and Winch choppas will ensure physics-based mayhem with their unique abilities, go check them out!

We're also adding full controller support so you no longer will be forced to navigate the launcher with a mouse to enjoy some people rescuing action. Time to bring the salvation action to the big screen.

We have been pretty busy here at Parta Games and will have some Choppa related news to share with you all very soon!

Fly high and GET TO THE CHOPPA!
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“Choppa is a perfect game for short sessions when you have no time or energy to start bigger games.”
Tilt

About This Game



We are a very small game company of two guys from rural Finland. We love making small but juicy arcade games with simple mechanics. Please expect 'Choppa' to be a small, replayable, arcade score-chaser game where the only goals are to constantly beat your previous score by rescuing more people from randomly generated levels and unlock some improved Choppers and upgrades. Please contact us through Twitter, our website or the forums if you encounter something wrong with the game, something misleading on the store page, or you just want to say hello.

Thank you for taking a moment to read this; we really hope you enjoy playing our games.
Antti & Ville - Parta Games




You are Rick Guiver, a reckless coast guard rescue helicopter pilot. A terrible oilrig catastrophe has happened in the coast! Against your superiors' orders and better judgement you jump in your helicopter and fly to the danger zone! There's no time to lose, save as many people as you can!



Choppa is a physics-based arcade & action game with pixel art and 1980’s style rock music. Fly through randomly generated stages and save as many people as possible - just don't let your choppa explode or fall to the sea! Purchase new helicopters, upgrade armor, engines and rescue gear and complete challenging missions while aiming for the top score. Includes a new survival mode, exclusive choppas, Steam achievements, leaderboards and trading cards.



* Physics-based salvation simulation
* Procedurally generated stages with tricky obstacles
* Nostalgic 1980’s vibe with rock music and big explosions
* Hand-made pixel-art graphics
* Lots of unlockable choppas
* Bunch of fun missions
* Works very well with older computers!
* The most annoying seagulls in any game!

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
    • Processor: Modern CPU
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Modern GPU
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 100 MB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: El Capitan
    • Processor: Modern CPU
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel Graphics
    • Storage: 150 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: Mid 2009 Macbook Pro

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