The Mojon Twin's ZX Spectrum Homebrew 'Sgt Helmet Training Day' Ported To Nintendo NES

Sgt-Helmet-Training-Day-Ported-To-Nintendo-NESBack in September the homebrew heroes The Mojon Twins released yet another top notch adventure for the ZX Spectrum. Mere weeks after its arrival, Sgt Helmet Training Day's explosive action has been ported to the Nintendo NES.

If for whatever reason you didn't get round to trying out this 8-bit treat before, this early Christmas present is a top down shooter in the style of Ikari Warriors and Commando which you don't want to miss. Taking control of Sgt. Helmet, you're given the mission of collecting 5 bombs, planting them inside the DULL computer, and then escaping in one piece. With keycards, locked gates, enemy soldiers and barbed wire laid out to prevent your progress, you'd be foolish to take this pixelated challenge lightly.

As usual The Mojon Twins have released a ROM of their latest offering to download for free from their website. So get your Everdrive N8 out or favourite Nintendo NES emulator at the ready and go in all guns blazing.

Link: Download Sgt. Helmet Training Day (Nintendo NES) Hombrew ROM

Last Updated ( 09 December 2013 )  


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