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Author Topic: 2014/01: Clash At Demonhead (NES) - Chiasm  (Read 4241 times)
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« on: December 31, 2013, 10:36:48 AM »

For this month's "Maps Of The Month" featurette, I wish to draw your attention to Chiasm's Clash At Demonhead (NES) maps.

The evil LAWBREAKERS have captured Professor Plum and his designs for a doomsday device called DEAD END.  As Sgt. Billy "Big Bang" Blitz, a commando of SABRE, you're going to have to make you way to Demonhead Mountain, while defeating seven governors to obtain the medallions needed to disable DEAD END and save the world!  As you can tell by the synopsis, this NES game is quirky, and crazy yet cool in that 1980s way.

This isn't a simple action game, though.  There are multiple routes that you'll have to travel on, in order to get all the items to progress to the end.  Chiasm's got you covered with all of these maps.

Chiasm's also put in the dialogue scenes on the maps, so you can read how quirky it all is.  But why not experience it yourself?  Enough "Talking Time"'s time to get to Demonhead Mountain!

So to recognize the effort put into mapping this quirky, underrated '80s gem, Chiasm's Clash At Demonhead (NES) maps will be known as's Maps Of The Month for January 2014.
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