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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Based on the cartoon series, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles soon took over the video game world, with games on the Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis, and Game Boy. Who knew that the world would fall so in love with these pizza-eating, surfer-talking, amphibian dudes.

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (NES)
Steam rises from Wall Street sewers like hot breath from a pack of wild dogs. Just below the pavement's puddle strewn surface, the Teenage Mutant Ninja turtles(r) have gathered around the leftovers of a family-reunion-sized sausage pizza with extra sausage. Usually these party dudes would inhale the mozzarella platter as if it were the last "za" on earth, but not tonight.

You see, only hours ago, their trusted friend, April(tm), was kidnapped from her mobile news van by the vile, ruthless, terrorist bully SHREDDER(tm)! He's a Slice-O-Matic crum, a villain more vicious than an army of mind altered Bruce Lees.

With their lovely cohort held hostage, the fearless foursome must concoct a way to rescue April before Shredder brain washes her into joining his Ninjitsu Foot Clan. They'll combine this treacherous task with the mission they've had since their mutated beginnings - to thrash Shredder and capture his Life Transformer Gun, the lone piece of technology that can turn their rat friend, Splinter(tm), back into the man he used to be.

So take control of these heroes in a half shell, and either claim total victory over New York's premier Kick Man... or lead them onto the menu at McTurtles (Home of the Quarter Flounder with Cheese).
--From the NES Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles instruction manual.



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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 (NES)
The Bounty Boys Are Here

Welcome to the crime infested boroughs of New York, where one wrong look at the right person can be your last. But the turtles sleep contentedly, for they've made Manhattan a safer place for all. Especially since they've sent Shredder to the local landfill. Or so they think.

While dreams of pepperoni pizzas dance through their heads, the turtles' worst nightmares blast into Earth's atmosphere. Two intergalactic bounty hunters have been attracted by the price Shredder has placed on the half shell heroes' heads. Shredder's alive and looking for payback!

Although the turtles tossed Shredder into the metal jaws of a garbage truck, his titanium battle helmet protected his maniacal mind from being mauled. Upon awakening on a seabound garbage ship, Shredder vowed vengeance.

After floating back to land on a pile of non-biodegradable styrofoam cups, Shredder began training a new breed of Foot Soldier. One that is better trained in the lethal art of Taekwondo. And one that will make the ultimate sacrifice to defend his leader. But that was only the beginning. Shredder journeyed throughout the universe, via his Translocation Matrix Beam, recruiting the top bounty hunters. He chose two.

Tora is a ten foot, half ton blizzard beast who, in 2000 years, has never known defeat. Journeying from the distant ice planet of Traglodoon, he has come to Earth needing only one weapon, his devastating claws. His partner in cosmic crime is Shogun, an inhabitant of Sector Six in the Dead Star Zone, and the mastermind behind the Ultimate Galactic Sword.

But that's not all, folks. Shredder and his professional punishers have again captured April O'Neil and plan to use her as turtle bait. Fail to save this lovely journalist, and that's all she wrote!

Shredder's ten levels of terror, with a lethal leader at the end of each one, are the deadliest the turtles have ever had to face. Even if you survive the eight action riddled arcade areas, you still must contend with the two new unbeatable bounty hunter stages. But the turtles stand ready to fight through this shell squashing mess. For Splinter has taught these turtles to fight with the ferocity of a lion.
--From the NES Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 instruction manual.

After the so-called demise of The Shredder, the Turtles have been chillin' for a while. Then Shredder came back and vowed revenge on the 4 Turtles! He also teaches his ninjas Taekwando, which will make them more dangerous! He used his Translocation Matrix Beam to recruit some great bounty hunters, Tora and Shogun! Shredder kidnaps April, to lure the Turtles into his trap. Splinter also gets captured, which adds quite a twist to the plot. So get ready for another shell-shockin' game, dudes!


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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 : Back From the Sewers (Gameboy)


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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3 (NES)
WILL THE HALF SHELLS BE WASHED UP ON THE BEACH?
Sun. Sand. Surfboards. Shredder? Talk about a party pooper. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles try to take up a vacation only to have it cut short by Shredder's shadiest sham yet. He'll stop at nothing for revenge. This time that ice-hearted anti-hero made off with the entire island of Manhattan. His sinister alien ally Krang has given him the technology to rip the bustling borough from its earthly ties with a rumbling earthquake and lift it into the sky. If our holiday heroes ever want to see April O'Neil and the Big Apple in one piece again, they've got to burn rubber and get back home!

DO THE SHELL SHOCK ROCK
Getting back to Manhattan will be no smooth sail. You'll have to use every modus travelus imaginable, including jet surfboards, a battleship, a blimp and your own ingenuity. Here's why. Shredder's set up dastardly detours every inch of the way with the most mindless meat-ripping maniacs ever to have a taste for turtle. And he's taught them quite a few new treacherous tricks. The burliest beasts of all await at the end of all 8 totally awesome levels. But keep that melon of a chin up; you've got some stunning new moves yourself. You can take out enemies and rack up points for the good guys. So suit up with the turtle of your choice and prove that crime and late pizza deliveries never pay.

--From the NES Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3 instruction manual.

After a victory over their nemesis, The Shredder, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles decide to go to Florida to take a vacation. While watching television, they learn that Manhattan is being pulled into the sky by a giant spaceship! Like always, the Turtles grab their weapons for another adventure!

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3 is similar to the other TMNT games in terms of graphics and sound. Well, the music and sound effects are all recycled, so it gives the series some continuity. At least they're good music and sounds (Slash! Pow!). The characters are drawn and animated well, and the backgrounds are nicely done as well.


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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3 Radical Rescue (Gameboy)


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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 4: Turtles in Time (Super Nintendo)
Shredder Just Picked Up a Woman

Sunday evening. You're sittin' around the sewer watching your main reporter, April O'Neil, do a live remote from the Statue of Liberty. Then it happened. A humunguso flying android screamed out of the sky and ripped Lady Liberty from her foundation, sending hundreds of freaked out tourists into the harbor below.

"No way!" cried Raphael. "Way," replied Donatello. "And I'll bet you all the pepperoni in Little Italy who's flying that heinous scrap heap." Leonardo grabbed his Katana Blades. "Let's pop by our friendly neighborhood Technodrome and pay Shredder a visit."

With the cunning of an ancient ninja warrior, you battle through the first three levels that lead right to the heart of the Technodrome. There you find Shredder controlling the metallic terror by remote. "You've been a bad boy, you bloated bean bag," says Leo. "But it's nothing a good thrashing can't fix." After you defeat Shredder, he goes over the edge, knocking everyone into an activated Matrix Translocation Beam. With a flash you're all sent back in time. Now you have to fight Shredder and his horde of historic hooligans through six levels of utter weirdness. You've read history in class. Now it 's time to rewrite it.
--From the Super Nintendo Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 4: Turtles in Time instruction manual.

The evil Shredder has stolen the Statue of Liberty! What is his evil plot this time?

Sending the Turtles back in time, of course! The Turtles will have to battle through the past and future to find their way home!

Turtles in Time made great improvements over the previous Turtles games, mainly because it was on the Super Nintendo this time. The graphics were updated, with more detailed sprites and backgrounds, making the gaming experience that much better. Very similar to the cartoon series, good animation as well. Also the various stages were each quite different, so you got a look at several backgrounds, not just the same thing with different colors and tile-sets.


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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fall of the Foot Clan (Gameboy)
PUT YOURSELF IN THEIR SHELLS-CHOP! CHOP!
To rescue April O'Neil, your all-time favorite newsperson, you must risk life, limb and shell by thrashing, bashing and smashing Shredder and his fiendish Foot Clan army...

Now, you're primed to take on the Kung Fu dictator Shredder and his newest recruit Krang, an arch alien warlord. This ultimate Sewer War consists of five never seen before stages of destruction, including the Waste Dump Ravine and Technodrome Tower. At the end of each stage a super-powered High Karate Dude will do his/its best to pummel you. In order to advance to the next stage you must counter this maven of mayhem's pounding with your own brand of pulverizing.
--from the Game Boy Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fall of the Foot Clan instruction manual


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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Hyperstone Heist (Sega Genesis)
Far below the morning rush hour in New York City, four youths are watching their favorite news reporter--April O'Neil--on television. Things are pretty comfortable for these boys in their well-furnished subterranean hideout. That is, well-furnished if you're a turtle. A mutant turtle. Teenaged, no less. And a ninja. Okay, so you and I may not be comfortable, but these guys think the place is, like, mondo to the max. April is reporting a story from nearby Ellis Island.

Suddenly, there is a bright flash behind her. She doesn't seem to notice, but the television viewers do. "Whoa dudes! Did you see that?" Michaelangelo asked the others. Leonardo and Raphael stop their ninja practice and look at the screen. "What? Did some jerk in the crowd moon the camera again?" Donatello asks from his workbench. "No way, man." Mike answers. "But there was a most spectacular flash. It looked like an expl..." Mikey stops talking. His mouth hangs open as he stares at the screen. His eyes growing wider. Leonardo rubs his eyes. "Am I seeing things, or is April growing?"

"Your perception is growing, my son." Comments Splinter. The large humanoid rat--who also serves as a teacher and mentor to the boys--is standing in the doorway at the back of the room, watching the events unfold on TV. "If you will observe, the city is actually shrinking."

On the television, April has been alerted to the commotion. She turns and watches in amazement as Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty grow smaller and smaller and... with a flash the picture scrambles then resumes. Now, instead of April reporting from Ellis Island, the screen is filled with the face of Shredder, the Turtles' long time nemesis, master criminal and an all-around geek in general. "Listen to me now New York City!" Shredder's voice booms out from the speaker. "I have in my possession the treasure of Dimension X. It will allow me to take control of New York City today, and soon, the entire world. In my hand is the Hyperstone. I know you're watching, Turtles. You've gotten lucky in the past, but you won't stop me this time! Ha ha ha!" The screen fades to black.

"Oh man, he really burns my shorts," Raphael exclaims. Mike taps Raph on the shoulder. "You're a turtle dude. You don't wear shorts." "We know what you mean, man," Don says. "Shredder has really gone too far this time. It's time we put a stop to this, turtle-style!" He raises his hand in the air, and the other three turtles rally around, giving him high-threes. "COWABUNGA!"
--from the Sega Genesis Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Hyperstone Heist instruction manual

Based on the hit TV show this game has always been a favorite of mine. Shredder has taken a Hyperstone from Dimension X that allows him to shrink huge objects into much smaller ones. He plans on ruling the world this way and decides to start in New York. Now the turtles have to save the day once again! Lead their Way!


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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters (Sega Genesis)
Apparently, the Shredder has issued a challenge for a one-on-one duel to see who controls Manhattan. In Tournament Fighters, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have a contest to see who gets to face Shredder in the ultimate show-down! Joining the tournament are, of course, the four Turtles, plus April O'Neil, Casey Jones, Ray Fillet, and Sisyphus.

TMNT: Tournament Fighters is a well-designed and well-made 2-D fighter. The characters and backgrounds are very detailed, and the animation is nice and smooth. Also a good variety of characters, and different moves for each character. If you're a fan of fighting games, or of the Turtles, give TMNT: Tournament Fighters a shot!


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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters (Super Nintendo)
The Challenge!

Shredder has been defeated, but there's a new group in town, calling themselves the Shredder Elite! Headed by someone called Karai, they vow to avenge the Shredder, and have kidnapped April and Splinter to lure the Turtles into a contest for control of the city.

Interestingly, each version of TMNT: Tournament Fighters has a different story and different characters. This edition features Cyber Shredder, Aska, War, Armaggon, Wingnut, Chrome Dome, the Rat King, and Karai, each with their own unique moves and playing style.


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Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles: Fall of the Foot Clan (Gameboy)
The Teenage Mutant turtles are back, in the Fall of the Foot Clan! The evil Shredder has kidnapped April. Only the crime-fighting turtles can rescue her from the evil villain, and save the day!

This game didn't appeal to me as much as others, if only because it seems relatively short and simple. The game-play is decent enough. One button jumps, another attacks. The sound is not much to brag about, but almost each level has a unique score. The graphics are basic Game Boy level, nothing really special. Also, the game is pretty easy, not much of a challenge. If you're a Turtles addict and just have to have some portable TMNT action, this one's for you.


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