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Drop bombs at buildings before you fly into them. This is a fun flash game remake of a retro helicopter game that has appeared on many home computers, consoles and hand held computers. It has taken many different names but the aim was always the same drop the bombs to destroy the buildings. The browser game is mostly about surviving and being to travel the distance, as far as you can. Have Fun!
Do you like to fly in an helicopter, and also to play a free online flash game? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play the free online Chopper Drop browser game right now. Am I correct? ;)
Strike mouse or spacebar to release bomb. You can drop 2 bombs if you drop the first one early.
According to WikiPedia an armed helicopter is a military helicopter equipped with aircraft ordnance. Most commonly, it is used for attacking targets on the ground. Such a helicopter could be either purposely designed for a ground-attack mission, in which case it would be more specifically categorized as an attack helicopter, or may have been previously designed for other uses, such as utility, air cargo, aerial reconnaissance, etc. The idea of the helicopter as a bomber has likely been around since helicopters first came into military service. The helicopter offers what might appear to be a highly stable bombing platform, making the idea all the more attractive. The idea is generally used by air forces conducting counterinsurgencies, and often by those lacking traditional fixed wing options. In Vietname the first organized usage of a helicopter as a tactical bomber took place. The United States Army employed the UH-1 Iroquois, CH-47 Chinook, and CH-54 Tarhe helicopters.
Isn't chopper a type of a motorcycle? Wel, that is true there is a type of motorcycle called chooper, but Chopper is also a device that cuts something with a sudden blow. Helicopter rotor chops or cuts the air to produce required the lift and hence the name chopper is used for a helicopter. You might also wonder why is a helicopter called a helicopter? Well, the word "helicopter" derives from the Greek words "helix" (meaning spiral) and "pteron" (meaning wing). So, now you know.