Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
DOS - 1992
Description of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
After starting on a good start with the first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game, Konami fumbled the license with this inferior sequel, subtitiled The Arcade Game. The graphics somehow becomes so grainy and dull that you'll have a hard time telling each Turtle apart. Add quirky controls, uninspired plot, repetitive enemies, and boring levels to a long list of weaknesses, and you end up with a poor use of the blockbuster license. Fortunately, Konami would redeem themselves with a much better sequel, Manhattan Missions a year later.
Review By HOTUD
Comments and reviews
The Boz 2022-09-14 2 points Commodore 64 version
This game pushed the C64 to a new extreme, a bit of wizardry allowed for extra sprites on screen. This is the game Golden Axe should have been, but that in itself was a quality conversion. It would have been interesting to see what Golden Axe could have been if it was released after this. Still to this day, there are new TMNT games based on this very game getting released. I would have to say, the best TMNT game to date.
Washougal_Otaku 2016-11-27 -5 points DOS version
It's nice to see that this file doesn't work. Way to go.
shankao 2016-05-20 1 point DOS version
I think that the review corresponds more to the 1989 DOS game. This one is that with the bigger sprites instead
Seekerlover2010 2011-06-25 0 point DOS version
This game brings back memories as well as computer quarterback. Thanks guys
admin 2008-08-16 2 points DOS version
Looks like some files are missing for the sound driver. You may want to try another archive via squakenet.
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