Game Troopers debuts its free-to-play shoot 'em up, Heli Hell, for Windows Phone

Prominent Windows 10 publisher, Game Troopers, has debuted its latest free-to-play mobile game, Heli Hell. Putting players behind a fleet of military helicopters, the game is set to offer fast-paced shoot 'em up action in a top-down setting.

Designed solely for mobile devices, Heli Hell gives players access to four helicopters and sixteen weapon types, all operated by single-finger touch. With more content supposedly on the way, Heli Hell is looking to be another promising title in the Game Troopers lineup.

More powerful than ever, the enemy has holed up on the Island of Vylleña. And now it's up to you to track him down and destroy all hostile activity. An increasingly powerful arsenal of weapons is available for blazing a path through the enemy lines.SHOW NO MERCY!Heli Hell offers a modern take on the vertical shoot'em up genre. Both video arcade machine buffs and fans of action and shooting games will definitely be hooked.

Heli Hell is now available for download for free, directly from the Windows Store. Currently restricted to mobile devices, the game can be played on any Windows 10 Mobile or Windows Phone 8 device.

Will you be picking up Heli Hell for your Windows Phone? Make sure to let us know in the comments!

Download Heli Hell from the Windows 10 Store (opens in new tab)

Matt Brown

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  • Looks like fun!
  • Great, surely a tough helicopter. Looks fun and thanks Game Trooper for releasing games for the platform. Let's support them.
  • Why does the link say download Weibo from the app store?
  • Game Troopers games are great but I like if they made them Continuum capable also. Pls
  • They are but they never have syncing between their PC/mobile games. I think Afterloop is the only one that does. But some good ones like tiny troopers and epic didn't so I didn't bother playing them. And if you ever had to delete the game you could not restore your game as they seem to make windows 8.1 games to grab a bigger market and don't take advantage of some of the windows 10 features.
  • I doesn't show up in marketplace
  • Really well done. Best game in terms of GUI so far.
  • Heli hell not yet in the store and no live link.