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Chopper X
Publisher: Mastertronic     Developer: Unknown
Year of release: 1989

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Genres : Shoot-em-up

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ST Action
# 2 - Jun 88

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ichichich75 wrote ...2007-05-14 14:18:46
I agree to the others, the game was so cheap-made but yet so much fun to play. AND: it could be copied to hard drive =)
Matt Lacey wrote ...2006-03-19 18:33:56
I always loved this game, especially the music.. then one day after mucking about in a MIDI app I booted it and got the scare of my life when my synth started blasting the music out at me :)
Matt Bailey wrote ...2006-03-17 03:58:59
I was lucky to stumble upon this for free! What a great addictive shooter! The music does get a little stretched but the gameplay out weighs this & the graphics. Has anyone completed this?!
Mento wrote ...2004-06-21 11:45:08
This was on a compilation disc with Road Wars. I think it was part of my Atari's starting package (along with many other games). I preferred Foundations Waste to this, and later on the Strike games for Mega Drive/SNES.
simchevelu wrote ...2003-06-17 08:57:00
You know what, I tried to play this game ten years after and I still remember where the ennemies are ! I think I'm... addicted!
Maarten (ST Graveyard) wrote ...2003-06-07 06:48:06
Chopper X ... Oh, the memories ... I used to love this game. I still think it is fun to play. There are way better shooters for the ST, but this thing has a special place in my heart ...
David Vaughan wrote ...2003-01-10 21:17:40
Chopper-X can be found on Automation compact disk 42 and Zuul compact disk 8.