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SEGA Master SystemThe Video Game Critic
This action-packed helicopter game was available on many systems, but this version is easily the best. It's also the most difficult. Your mission is to rescue hostages in enemy territory while avoiding enemy fire. The graphics are sharp and well defined. From the architecture of the buildings, to the clouds in the sky, to the tiny animated people, there is plenty of attention to detail. A nice surprise is the ocean level, in which you need to rescue prisoners from ships at sea. This is a great idea, and although it plays the same as the land levels, it looks fantastic. As I mentioned before, the difficulty is fairly extreme; you'll take ground fire from cannons, tanks, and jeeps, as well as air fire from enemy planes. You can't stay in any place for long, especially when picking up prisoners. This is one exciting game.
SEGA Master SystemTilt
Bref, une cartouche hors pair, une des cinq meilleures pour la Sega. Qu'attendez-vous pour vous la procurer ?
SEGA Master SystemGénération 4
Le scrolling horizontal est excellent. Il y a même un scrolling différenciel entre le sol et l'arrière plan. Tant au niveau graphique que sonore on retrouve la qualité de l'arcade. Choplifter est un des jeux les mieux réalisés existant pour la SEGA.
SEGA Master SystemHappy Computer
Dieser Spitzentitel bietet tolle Action mit Top-Grafik. Allein die Explosionen sind schon ein Augenschmaus. Ein "Muß" für alle Master-System-Besitzer, die nichts gegen Schießspiele haben.
Atari 7800The Video Game Critic
Choplifter can be a bit cheap at times, with tanks and jets tend that appear without warning, giving you little (if any) time to react. Should you return to headquarters in one piece, the hostages exit the chopper and you score one point for each. Yeah, the scores tend to be pretty low, with anything over 50 considered pretty impressive. As for the graphics, the vehicles are large and detailed, and I like how the helicopter tilts realistically as you fly forward. The American headquarters looks more like a little schoolhouse, but the landing pad and that large fluttering flag look nice. There's only one skill level, which I would describe as "moderate". With appealing visuals, an intriguing premise, and intense gameplay, Choplifter is ideal for arcade fans looking for a bit more substance.
Atari 5200Digital Press - Classic Video Games
The SuperSystem edition of the smash computer game Choplifter combines the best elements of both the Atari Computer and Apple II versions, making it the best one available. The 5200 Choplifter's decent animation and graphics are reminiscent of the 400/800 cartridge, but the two-button action from the original Apple II game has been restored, thanks to the 5200 controller's two button joystick. In Choplifter, you direct an armed helicopter, which forays across the border into hostile enemy territory. The object of the mission is to rescue as many of the American hostages as possible and bring them back to safety in U.S grounds. However, the chopper can only carry 16 at a time, and each successive trip brings new hazards to be overcome, like tanks, fighter planes, and smart bombs. With its terrific blend of action, strategy and challenge, Choplifter offers replay value like few others.
SEGA Master SystemGame Freaks 365
Though Choplifter is not one of the greatest games for the Master System, it's often mentioned in SMS fans' "Top Ten," and I think it deserves a position there despite its faults. It can be fun, a bit annoying, but fun. Not every game could have been perfect, but I'd have to say had Sega made more games of this caliber in the early years of the SMS, it would have done much better in America, possibly placing itself just slightly below the popularity of the NES, instead of way below.
SEGA Master System1UP!
La densité des tirs et cette jouabilité délicate donnent lieu à un jeu d'une difficulté cinglante, comme un bon coup de fouet. Avec six courts niveaux, c'était prévisible. Toutefois, Choplifter est un jeu étonnant. Bien qu'il soit l'un des tous premiers titres de la console, il est techniquement impeccable, il n'y a rien à lui reprocher. Du côté du graphisme, pas plus de doléances, il y a bien les inévitables fonds fluo de la Master System mais on remarque surtout les décors et les sprites détaillés. Et matez un peu le scrolling du sol !
Par son graphisme et la sensibilité de sa manipulation, Choplifter est un excellent jeu d'adresse qui simule parfaitement ce que pourrait être une situation réelle. Mais les premières tentatives seront bien difficiles à être couronnées de succès. Armez-vous de patience, la dextérité ne viendra que petit à petit.
SEGA Master SystemIMPLANTgames
Overall, Choplifter is a decent, but not great, Sega Master System game. The one-hit kills and somewhat clumsy controls keep this from being a classic. The smooth graphics and the unique game play concept make Choplifter better than average, but just barely. I would recommend Choplifter if you can find it for cheap.
SEGA Master SystemVideoGame
Além de habilidade, paciência. É a recomendação básica para esta aventura, cuja missão é salvar 64 reféns, de helicóptero Hawk Z, nas seis fases do jogo. Em terra, no mar ou nas cavernas, você precisa ser rápido para escapar do inimigo.
Atari 5200The Video Game Critic
This is the exact same version of Choplifter that was released by Broderbund for the Atari 8-bit computers in 1982. It may have been an easy port, but Atari really should have reworked the game to take advantage of the Atari 5200's capabilities. The graphics are drab. The helicopter and hostages are well-rendered, but in a single, bland color. The real problems begin when the screen gets crowded with objects. The action slows to a crawl, animation becomes choppy, and the collision detection goes out the window. It's not good. In addition, the sound effects are almost non-existent! Still, the helicopter controls well enough, and the game certainly has an addictive quality. Once all the hostages are rescued (or killed), the game's over. Sure, you'll have fun with Choplifter for a while, but the fun doesn't last.