Majic Jungle releases Chopper 1.2

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[prMac.com] Wellington, New Zealand - Developer Majic Jungle Software has released Chopper 1.2, their action packed side-scrolling helicopter game. This update to the classic game Chopper is a major upgrade, adding ambient sound effects, new graphics, and a completely new sound engine.

This version of Chopper includes four new missions and 3D surround sound. New desert and cave based missions have been added bringing the total number up to seventy-two across three difficulty levels.

In 'Beyond The Caves' you fly through tight gaps to rescue hostages on the other side. 'The Cliffs Have Eyes' plummets you multiple times into valleys surrounded by cliffs filled with bazooka wielding mad men.

Key Features:
* 72 total missions across 3 difficulty levels
* Addictive, adrenalin pumping game-play
* Beautiful landscapes, weather effects, and explosions
* Random elements each time you play
* Machine Gun, Bombs, Rockets, Tanks, Jets
* Universal Binary

New in This Version:
* Three new levels set in a new desert theme
* Now uses OpenAL to provide 3D surround sound
* Added ambient sound effects
* Uses smaller images on lower end computers for faster loading and frame rates
* One new level in a new cave theme
* Fixes rare bug where all sounds failed to play
* Controls are now displayed on loading screens
* 60 minute trial
* One new level in a new cave theme
* Can use 'ijkl' keys to control chopper
* Suburbia level is a little more interesting
* Fixes bug where Cmd-F did not work to switch to fullscreen from windowed

In 'Beyond The Caves' you fly through tight gaps to rescue hostages on the other side. 'The Cliffs Have Eyes' plummets you multiple times into valleys surrounded by cliffs filled with bazooka wielding mad men.

Majic Jungle Software is operated by New Zealand based developer David Frampton. 'iSight Screensavers' also by Majic Jungle Software is a popular collection of screensavers that use input from an iSight camera to drive graphical effects. iSight Screensavers was released in July 2007, and has found its way to many homes and also a few presentations and exhibitions. Starting programming in 2003, David works part time on Majic Jungle Software, whilst employed full time to work on an interactive museum exhibition. Like most shareware developers David is aiming to reach a point where income from shareware products is enough that he can leave his day job and focus his full attention on Majic Jungle Software.

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