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Jan 16, 2012 | 2:59 PM EST

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We're back (and we're Dirty Coffee now). Hell Yeah Copter is our fun and addictive pixel-throwback Flash game, reminiscent of our Atari days long ago. Use your amazing piloting skills to dodge turrets, rescue helpless civilians, and fight off the looming threat of the Squiggs. You may even find some secrets along the way. Explore and conquer all 40 levels of increasing difficulty and then fly through them again as fast as you can for more points! Can you save all the stick-people? Hell yeah!
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Directions:

Rescue all the people to unlock the exit door at the end of the level. Faster times and better flying will get you more points. Finish a level without getting hit and you'll receive an HY badge!

Arrow keys to move.
C to shoot.
V to drop bombs.
P to pause the game.
Controls can be customized in the Options menu!

Reviews


Zir0Zir0

Rated 4 / 5 stars January 16, 2012

Cool Game

Hey.

The simplicity of it all was done well. Only one problem was the light green terrain on the 2-x levels. It was a little too bright. (: Your ability to mute music and sounds separately is fantastic. I also like the controls of the copter. I like how the bombs can go along the trails and destroy cannons. You should consider adding shot sounds to the cannons and other firing enemies, just something subtle, so it doesn't get annoying.

But, if you're gonna call it "Hell Yeah Copter" in your title, you need a badass copter to go with that name. This copter looks more like a Little Bird, not that the Little Bird isn't a good copter. You need something like an AH-64 Apache or AH-1 Super Cobra; something that looks more ominous. (:

Otherwise, nice cross between skill - collect and avoid.

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- Ziro out.


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Accession responds:

Thanks for the review! :D There were actually 5 other helicopters drawn up for the game that you were supposed to switch between at certain points, but we had to scale it back for production time. We'll probably see them in the sequel!


BindtorturekillBindtorturekill

Rated 4 / 5 stars January 16, 2012

Remember the TI99?

Your sounds reminded me of our old Texas Instruments TI99 computer. Sounds were exactly the same. Great way to catch the retro feel. Good job.


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Accession responds:

Hey thanks! That's right about the era we we were going for, but you never quite know if you've got it when you're so close to the project.