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GAME -> Shoot'Em Up
© Codemasters Software (1989)
15.00 / 20.00
 
 
Turbo Chopper Simulator
cpc
 
 

Manual n° 1

TURBO CHOPPER SIMULATOR - AMSTRAD - CASSETTE. KEYS Q UP Q DOWN O LEFT P RIGHT SPACE FIRE .... or use a joystick. Use up/down/left/right to fly Turbo Chopper. If you nudge the chopper backwards it won't turn round but if you keep going backwards it will. Hold down fire and press up or down to launch a spinning bomb. Hold down fire and press forward (left or right) to launch a missile. Hold down fire and press backwards (left or right) for TURBO RETREAT. Press CTRL to pause the game. Fire to restart. Pressing SPACE while the game is paused will change the background colour. HINTS AND TIPS You must destroy all the following parts of the enemy forces: Battle A: The grounded aircraft. The glass dome of the enemy H.Q. the ammo dump (made up of blue and green ammo packages). Battle B: Floating bomb launchers. Super-rocket (green), Aircraft , Ammo dump. Further Battles: Chemical plants (blue). Flying bomb emplacemen (red). Falling bomb generator. Tanks Anti-aircraft guns. OVER 25 BATTLES IN ALL!!! Refuelling. Watch out for the red fuel canisters. Fly very low over them to refuel. Turbo Chopper on the Amstrad was brought to you by. . . Design and Coding Steve Baker Graphics Steve Baker Loading Screen Damon Redmond Music David Whittaker Sound Effects Steve Baker Project Manager Mark Baldock Production Stewart Regan Illustration Gavin MacLeod Package design Yvonne Priest This program, including code, graphics, music and artwork are the copyright of CodeMasters Software Co. Ltd and no part may be copied, stored, transmitted or reproduced in any form or by any means, hired or lent without the express permission of CodeMasters Software Co. Ltd. Made in England Published by CodeMasters Software Co. Ltd. PO Box 6, Southam, Leamington Spa, England. CV33 OSH


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