Choplifter II

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Choplifter II
Choplifter II
North American cover art
Developer(s) Beam Software
Publisher(s) Victor Interactive Software[1]
Composer(s) Marshall Parker
Platform(s) Game Boy [1]
Genre(s) Shoot 'em up / Strategy[1]
Mode(s) Single-player

Choplifter II: Rescue Survive (チョップリフターⅡ?) is a shoot 'em up video game, developed by Beam Software and published by Victor Interactive Software, which was released in 1991. It was the first Choplifter title for the Game Boy.


Some hostages were rescued.

The gameplay revolves around piloting a rescue helicopter into hostile territory and rescuing hostages. Enemies like birds, fighter jets, and even ammunition fired from various weapons can harm the player's helicopter.[2] Saving more hostages than the scenario requires will allow players to collect extra points.[2] However, losing a lot of hostage will lead to a loss of continues; regardles of how many lives the player has during that time.[2] This is to simulate a mission failure and/or becoming a SNAFU.

A version of Choplifter II with enhanced graphics appeared as Choplifter III on Game Gear, and an original sequel of the same name appeared on Super NES.


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