Summary: The game was had some enjoyable, though it lacked core game-play. It gets repetitive after the 3rd level as it's usually protect/destroy then protect/destroy then protect/destroy and then sometimes there is a dogfight. The difficulty on the highest setting is more like a normal difficulty and casual is almost too easy. Though the game is indie and i don't want to be too harsh, I have to gi ve it a 7.
Summary: Straight up action packed blow stuff up helicopter shooter. The controls are very casual and the gameplay is more focused on the constant action and explosions than having depth and worrying about the plot. That said, the plot is lame, voice acting is shoddy, but who cares. Great simplistic fun packaged in a way that games just arent done anymore. Give it a whirl.
Summary: Thunder Wolves crashes through your television screen in an orgy of wanton explosions and over the top set pieces. For 800 MS points you could do a lot worse. Highly recommended if you're in the mood to blow up while grinning like the Cheshire Cat the entire time.
Summary: This is the game you play at the end of a long day when you just want to blow something up! I like this game in that it's simple and yet graphically gorgeous. You are a sketchy army helicopter pilot sent on missions to destroy the enemy. This game in no way takes itself seriously and it's a triumphant weaving of humor and action.
Summary: This is the epitome of a helicopter-arcade-style game. If this game was released in the 90's it would be #1 across the boards. Everything from the dialogue to the gameplay works really well in Thunder Wolves. Don't think you just fly a helicopter and shoot stuff. There are many different aspects to the game ranging from different helicopters with different kinds of rockets and stats.