If you don’t gear up,1997 might be the end of the world as we know it since in this game,
APACHE STRIKE, the world is facing another nuclear strike. You are the pilot of an apache
helicopter and you must navigate through buildings and enemy helicopters to survive and
find a way to stop the apocalypse from happening.
Your H-64 Apache helicopter, equipped with guns and a finite amount of ammunition, must
guide you through this alien invasion to your destination, which is the strategic defense
This first-person shooter game puts you in the cockpit of a helicopter, where all you see
are buildings and enemies. You must find a way to survive without crashing or dying.
The 256 graphics running this game were the high-end graphics in 1989 so even now some
players might appreciate the novelty of its antiquity.
APACHE STRIKE was made in the United States by Activision in 1989. While this game restricts
the movement of the helicopter, it allows its players to be able to navigate when enemies
attack and to dodge bullets from aliens. However, it's a single-player shooter action game
so you have to do all this world-saving by yourself. The existential threat of nuclear
destruction is real and you must reach SDC in three locations before you can clear the game.
So strap in, look around, and get your guns ready because it's going to be a wild ride.
Enjoy this DOS game on platforms like Commodore 64 and take a trip back to 1997 to stop the
world from ending.
Activision was established in 1979 and followed the successful years until 1984. Then they struggled until 1989 when they stared to focus on software in general.
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