A 3D helicopter game you won't find on iOS, now available on Android tablets and phones!
Apache Chopper Pilot is a 3D arcade action flight simulator where you take control of the deadliest attack helicopter in the world, the Apache AH-64, to hunt down and eliminate Taliban terrorists throughout the Middle East.
The Apache AH-64 is a close-combat heavy attack helicopter designed to endure front-line environments and to operate during the day or night and in adverse weather using sophisticated avionics. In addition to the 30mm M-230 chain gun, the Apache carries a range of external stores on its stub-wing pylons, typically a mixture of precision-guided AGM-114 Hellfire air-to-ground missiles, and Hydra-70 general-purpose unguided 70mm air-to-ground rockets.
This is an indie 3D arcade action game developed from the ground up exclusively for mobile devices powered by Android. Use your helicopter to fly air-strike missions deep into the heart of terrorist nations. Shoot down enemy fighter aircraft and destroy enemy installations. Take control of an Apache helicopter to strike at and rid the world of Taliban terrorists everywhere!
So hop into the pilot's seat of an Apache helicopter and deliver death to terrorists and their supporters!
HOW TO PLAY:
Use touchscreen to control helicopter throttle.
Use touchscreen to launch missiles and fire guns.
Use accelerometers to control helicopter pitch and roll.
Full 3D graphics using OpenGL at 60fps on duel core devices
Realistic flight physics
3D volumetric smoke and explosions
Multiple terrain types
Air assault missions
Designed exclusively for Android tablets and phones
No special permissions
No external resources to download
Intuitive flight simulation controls
1GHz processor (duel core Tegra 2 recommended)
512 MB RAM (1 GB recommended)
OpenGL ES 1.1 support
v1.9 Updated for Android 5+ with bug fixes and more bonus levels. If it still doesn't start up on your device then send me an email stating the details of the problem (Do you see the black screen and hear the radio chatter before there's a problem?). Also include your device make and model, and the Android version your device is running.