Chopper 2 for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch
Available on the App Store
Also available now for Mac OS X.
Chopper 2 features 36 action packed missions over 12 unique and beautiful locations. It features a completely re-written 3D game engine, all new enemies, weapons, graphics, and missions, while still retaining the classic side scrolling game-play.
Escort a convoy of vehicles across the desert, or defend a train from enemies emerging from underground mines. Use your laser sight to line up enemies emerging from stairwells in the city. Chase down lines of enemy tanks and choppers while avoiding heat seeking missiles, gunfire and bird strike. Help your allies defend against advancing armies, and rescue stranded civilians, all while trying to complete your mission as fast as possible for the highest score.
Chopper 2 features OpenFeint leaderboards and achievements. It is universal for iPad and iPhone/iPod touch, with HD graphics on the iPad, the 4th gen iPod touch and iPhone 4. It uses the gyroscope where it can for increased control, OpenAL for spatial sound effects and even features an amazing 17 minute long original soundtrack.
If you have both an iPad or device with a Retina display and another iPhone or iPod touch, you can use the fantastic remote control feature to wirelessly control the iPad/iPhone 4/4th gen iPod touch with another iPhone or iPod touch over bluetooth or wifi. Then plug the iPad/Retina device into a TV through the component cable or VGA adapter and play Chopper 2 on your TV from your couch! (Note: TV output is only supported from the iPad, iPhone 4, or iPod touch 4th generation, and only when using the bluetooth/wifi remote control feature.)
Have a look at this great touchArcade review. You can follow @chopper_2 on twitter
You can also purchase the original 17 minute long Chopper 2 soundtrack on iTunes.
For remote control setup instructions and trouble shooting, and for all support enquiries please have a look at the Chopper 2 FAQ.
Chopper 2 and its trailer use sound effects aquired through freesound.org and used under the creative commons license. There is a full attribution list here.