Our client is a helicopter rescue service who would like a Flash game (or 2) for a children's section on their web site. Here's a site to benchmark against (see the 2 games): [url removed, login to view] We would provide extras such as voice overs. • Using a drawing of a character helicopter as the actual chopper in the game • Have the helicopter flying to three different types of landscapes as part of the game • ie beach/coast, country areas, mountains. • each area will involve a different type of rescue  beach/coast ??" injured surfer  Country ??" tractor on its side with an injured farmer  Mountains ??" injured bushwalker • Have the helicopter leave the hangar when he is tasked on a mission with an engineer waving him goodbye ??" comical cartoon character with his oil rag and overalls etc. • The helicopter has to fly to one of the areas ??" as depicted above and rescue the injured patient but before he gets there he has to land and pickup the necessary equipment which are scattered around the place i.e. in trees or caves etc and all need to be collected before the patient is found??  These could be: o Bandages o Spinal board o Back pack o Ventilator o Blankets o Water o Torch o rope • Once a certain number of items are collected (which are worth different points) the helicopter can then proceed onto finding the patient • Once patient is found (which is more points) the helicopter then has to take the patient to hospital dodging lightning and dark clouds - points are lost for every time the chopper runs into the lightning or dark clouds. (light clouds will also be moving across the screen ??" but no points are lost for touching these). • Once patient has been dropped off at the hospital the helicopter returns to base where a score is revealed. Thanks for your review.
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