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At first glance, Dustoff Vietnam appears to be a jungle mod for Minecraft. However, the only thing it shares in common with Minecraft is its voxel look, and the game actually shares more in common with the classic 8-bit game Choplifter than anything else. A really, really difficult version of Choplifter, that is.
The goal in each level is pretty simple, pilot your chopper from your base to the soldiers or cargo that needs a lift, and then return to base. The controls are pretty simple as well, at least in terms of complexity. Tapping the left side of the screen accelerates your rotors while adding a roll to the left, while tapping on the right does the same with the roll in this case being to the right. Holding both simultaneously will lift your chopper straight up into the air. While the controls themselves are simple, using them effectively is entirely different matter. It's very easy to send yourself into an out of control roll that inverts your chopper and sends it straight into the ground. Even touching down lightly without damaging your chopper is a challenge as the throttles essentially have two settings, off and on, with nothing in between. It's possible to get the hang of things, mostly, with some practice and perseverance, but I never got to the point where I wouldn't slam several choppers into the ground while trying to get through each and every level. Whenever I completed a level I have to admit that I felt that it took me just as much luck as it did skill. kkgamer.com
I don't want to give you the idea that the controls are broken or poorly implemented; the way they are implemented is obviously a conscious design decision and the result is that Dustoff Vietnam is a very challenging and difficult game. As such, it's not for the general gaming public and the casual gamer should stay very, very far away from it. On the other hand, those who like a good challenge, thrive in the face of difficulty, and have the patience to die a thousand deaths may find a lot to love here.

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