Mr. Heli

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Amstrad CPC
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Description

Mr. Heli takes place in the year 2999 and Mr. Muddy is threatening the planet. Fortunately the player has a fully armed large helicopter with which to attack his sadistic minions. The helicopter will fly through four side-view levels, primarily scrolling left to right but with some variant, each of which ends with a boss.

As well as enemies, there are many blocks on the levels. The weapon upgrade system is build into these, which function in two different ways. Most will drop crystals, which if collected are added to a cash total. The others reveal a picture of a weapon with a price - make contact with it while carrying enough credits and the weapon will be bought. When the energy bar runs out the player loses a life. When this happens the player loses all money.

Screenshots

Mr. Heli Commodore 64 A lot of foilage here
Mr. Heli Amstrad CPC Stage 3: The Core
Mr. Heli Arcade Explode
Mr. Heli ZX Spectrum Colour change after loosing a life

Alternate Titles

  • "ミスターヘリの大冒険" -- Japanese spelling
  • "Mr. Heli no Daibōken" -- Japanese title
  • "Battle Chopper" -- North American arcade title

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Critic Reviews

Pixel-Heroes.de TurboGrafx-16 Mar, 2007 10 out of 10 100
Video Games TurboGrafx-16 Mar, 1991 88 out of 100 88
The Games Machine (UK) TurboGrafx-16 Mar, 1990 83 out of 100 83
Tilt TurboGrafx-16 Mar, 1990 16 out of 20 80
ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) TurboGrafx-16 Jan, 1990 9.4 out of 12 78
Commodore Force Commodore 64 Aug, 1993 78 out of 100 78
ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment) Commodore 64 Aug, 1989 670 out of 1000 67
The Games Machine (UK) Atari ST Sep, 1989 65 out of 100 65
Power Play Atari ST Sep, 1989 54 out of 100 54
Power Play Amiga 1990 54 out of 100 54

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Awards

  • Power Play
    • Issue 01/1991 - Best Turbografx-16 Game in 1990

Contributed to by Trypticon (10648), Michael Cassidy (15978), skl (1137) and Martin Smith (63024)