orb3000 · Dec 4, 2010 at 06:00 am

Helicopter Game and Themes for Android

If you like simple graphic games as well as the old arcade style games, this may be of your liking. XDA member indexphp123 presents Helicopter for your Android device, inspired on the iCopter game for iPhone. You control a helicopter and need to prevent it from touching either the floor, the ceiling, or anything else. The controls are easy since the game only requires you to touch the screen for the helicopter to rise and stop touching to descend. This simple game offers difficulty and addiction, which makes it fun.
The developer also wrote a nice tutorial to create your own themes.

Originally posted by indexphp123
[GAME]Helicopter Game, Custom Themes!

I posted a little while back about a game I made, its called “Helicopter Game” and its available in the android market. I have now added a new feature which allows anyone to make a theme for the game. If you are interested, you can publish themes on the market.

You can find more information in the game thread.


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