Choppa

Choppa

Choppa is a game where you will command a helicopter and this is obvious even from the avatar of this free Android game. Here you won’t bomb enemies, however, so action fans may be disappointed somewhat – instead you will save people from very tough and dangerous situations. This should be okay for action fans, though, since in Choppa you will have to take decisions quickly and execute them even quicker.

The gameplay is simple – the game automatically generates disaster areas for you and then you have to sort the mess. Basically all your missions come to this – there’s a guy in big trouble so you have to find him and save him from a sinking ship, a burning house or a factory, you get it. While flying around you can also collect gold pieces and various kinds of treasure. So go pick the guy and land him on a safe place. Once you do this, you have beaten the level and you can go to the next one. Choppa resembles games from the 1980s and the early 1990s so do not expect great visuals but the game is not that bad in the graphics department either so you will be able to navigate your way. The app, however, comes with somewhat annoying music, but who knows – you may like it.

All in all Choppa is a fun arcade game that will help you kill time but we suspect that the game fun ends here. It is not a bad game but it is also not the best but if you feel like you have to help mankind then go for this Google Play app.

Choppa is here on Google Play and as always comes for free.

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