Lost In Translation/Battle Chopper

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Battle Chopper
No screen shot.
Manufacturer Irem
Released 1987
Control
Method
8-way Joystick
4 Button(s)
Main CPU V30 (@ 8.000 MHz)
Z80 (@ 3.580 MHz)
Sound CPU Stereo
YM2151 (@ 3.580 MHz)
DAC
Video
Details
Raster (Horizontal)
384 x 256 pixels
55.00 Hz
512 Palette colours
Screens 1
ROM Info 24 ROMs
1,572,864 bytes (1.50 MiB)
MAME ID bchopper · mrheli

About The Game

Battle Chopper is a horizontally scrolling shoot-em-up arcade video game. Your mission is to rescue the planet. Clear 6 zones in all, including floating green islands, moving rock beds, underground clock towers, etc. The incidents which occur one after another are all caused by the psychic power of the muddy. The enemies you encounter on your way are pretty tough. Keep sharp watch for them though they look cute. This is an exciting airfight game with the charm of a cartoon.

Trivia

Released in December 1987.

This game is known in Japan as "Mr. Heli no Daibouken".

Mr. Heli appears as an unlockable ship in the Sony PlayStation 2 game "R-Type Final".

Alfa Records released a limited-edition soundtrack album for this game (R-Type : Irem Game Music - 28XA-199) on 25/01/1988.

Staff

Staff
Y. Tagami
Yoriko Shimizu
M. Hamada
Toyohisa Tanabe
M. Ishida
K. Odagiri
R. Shobu
Momoko.T
T. Sumita
Hiroki.S

Cabinet and Artwork

Ports

Computers 
Atari ST (1989, "Mr. Heli")
Commodore C64 (1989, "Mr. Heli")
Sinclair ZX Spectrum (1989, "Mr. Heli")
Commodore Amiga (1989, "Mr. Heli")
Amstrad CPC (1989, "Mr. Heli")

External Links


The contents of this page are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
The sources used include MAME (version 0.113u2) and history.dat (revision 1.28 - 2008-10-18).
Please see http://www.arcade-history.com for credits.