Chopper 2 For IPad Uses IPhone For Controller

Posted: Aug 13 2010, 3:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 13 2010, 3:15am CDT, in News | Gaming

 
Chopper 2 for iPad Uses iPhone for Controller
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iPhone controlled iPad game FTW!

I like games on the iPad, especially when they are reasonably priced. A new game for the iPad is now on the App Store called Chopper 2. From the images, I have seen the graphics on the game look pretty good.

The coolest part about the game is that it uses the iPhone as the controller. Players can also use the iPod touch for the controller as well. The iPhone can be tilted to control the helicopter as it flies across the battlefield blowing stuff up.

If you don't own an iPhone or an iPod touch, you can also use a virtual joystick for control on the iPad. You can gun down enemy soldiers, blow up tanks, and fight other copters too. The app is available now for $2.99.

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