Stunt Copter is a monochrome Macintoshaction game written by Duane Blehm and published by his Kansas-based company, HomeTown Software, in 1986. Blehm's other games include Cairo Shootout, ZeroGravity, and PUZZ'L. He died unexpectedly in June 1988.
The game involves piloting a small helicopter around a playfield. The player has to position the helicopter and drop a person suspended from the aircraft onto a hay bale or moving cart. If incorrectly timed, the person might fall onto the ground or injure the horse or the driver of the cart.
^Prevost, Ruffin; Terrell, Rob (1994). "Chapter 5: Fun & Games". The Mac Shareware 500: The Last Word on the Best Virus-Free Mac Shareware, Second Edition. Ventana Press. p. 117. ISBN1-56604-076-0. For some reason, the game holds a stupid fascination for a few minutes before becoming witless and annoying.
^Duane Blehm's Source Code on macintoshgarden.org "Source Code for Duane Blehm's games (Stunt Copter, ZeroGravity, Cairo Shootout), released into the public domain by his parents after his passing."
^Sammis, Ian; Reynolds, David (December 2000). "OS X Xposed, Software & Hardware Compatibility". MacAddict. No. 52. Future Network USA. p. 40. ISSN1088-548X.