LHX: Attack Chopper (DOS)

From Video Game Music Preservation Foundation Wiki
Revision as of 07:56, 16 October 2014 by Binarymaster (talk | contribs)
Jump to: navigation, search
LHX: Attack Chopper
LHX Attack Chopper - DOS.jpg
Platform: DOS
Year: 1990
Developer: Electronic Arts, Inc.

LHX: Attack Chopper is a helicopter simulation with a strong arcade focus. You can freely choose which missions to fly first, and which helicopter to fly in a given mission. There are a total of four helicopters: Apache, Blackhawk, Osprey and LHX. With this fine selection of death machines you will engage countless enemy targets in Libya, East Germany and Vietnam throughout the game.





The soundtrack were recorded using emulated sound hardware in DOSBox SVN Daum durning gameplay.

The AdLib recording starts with a 1, the Tandy recording starts with a 2, and the PC Speaker recording starts with a 3.







101 Main Theme David Warhol 3:59 4.57 MB
201 Main Theme David Warhol 3:15 3.44 MB
301 Main Theme David Warhol 3:38 3.39 MB


(Missing source, game lacks audio credits)

There are no audio credits in the game, information taken from MobyGames.

Game Rip



SNG (Electronic Arts).png



The music and drivers are contained in LHX2.LIB resource file which is compressed with an unknown LZ like compression algorithm.

WinHex and DOSBox were used to get uncompressed files directly from memory durning actual gameplay.

Audio Devices


Icon - AdLib.png Icon - PC Speaker.png Icon - Tandy 3 Voice.png


Icon - AdLib.png Icon - PC Speaker.png Icon - Tandy 3 Voice.png

LHX: Attack Chopper has no sound configuration program, but it's possible to specify the needed device as an argument to executable file. PC Speaker is used by default.

To enable AdLib execute:

LHX.EXE adlibsound

To enable Tandy 3 Voice execute:

LHX.EXE tandysound

To enable PC Speaker execute:

LHX.EXE pcsound


  USA.svg   USA
LHX Attack Chopper - DOS.jpg
Title: LHX: Attack Chopper
Platform: DOS
Released: 1990-??-??
Publisher: Electronic Arts, Inc.