Thunderchopper puts you in a Hughes 530 MG Defender helicopter, and offers several modes of play. First is training, intended to simulate the movement and physics of the real chopper. Next are rescue and combat missions, which test your perception, precision, and reflexes. For further challenges, there are finally sea rescue and armed escort missions. Each mode has three levels of difficulty. You have a limited selection of guns and missiles for combat, and an onboard computer guides you through missions.
If you get bored with the game scenery, you can load scenery disks from subLOGIC's Flight Simulator series.
One of the least known games from SubLogic, a company famous for releasing dozens of scenario disks for Microsoft Flight Simulator. Thunder Chopper is a modern helicopter simulation, offering nothing new or exciting to flight sim fans. Limited campaign and lackluster gameplay and graphics make this an average game at best, and far from classics like Gunship or LHX Attack Chopper. The only noteworthy thing about the game is that it is compatible with Microsoft Flight Simulator scenery disks (which comes as no surprise, since SubLogic designed most of them).
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