Abandonware DOS title

SimCopter

Electronic Arts released SimCopter in the year 1996; it's an old vehicle simulation game, part of the SimCity series. SimCopter is NOT abandonware, runs on Windows and can be played in single player mode.
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Rating: 3.46
(13 votes)
NOT abandonware (why?)
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Screenshots

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Additional info

Facts, trivia and collector's notes are licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. These texts use material from this Wikipedia article.

SimCopter lets the user import SimCity 2000 maps into the game.

The game gained controversy when it was discovered that designer Jacques Servin inserted sprites of shirtless "himbos" (male bimbos) in Speedo trunks who hugged and kissed each other, who appear in great numbers on certain dates. Their fluorescent nipples were drawn with a special rendering mode usually reserved for fog-piercing runway landing lights, so they could easily be seen from long distances in bad weather. A bug caused hundreds of himbos to swarm and crowd around the helicopter, where they would be slashed up by the blades, and then need to be air-lifted to the hospital—which earned the player easy money. The easter egg was caught shortly after release and removed from future copies of the game.

SimCopter is the first game to use the official Sim language, Simlish.

players: single player

Abandonware DOS popularity: low

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