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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Manhattan Missions

DOS - 1991

Alt name TMNT 3
Year 1991
Platform DOS
Released in United States
Genre Action
Theme Fighting, Licensed Title, Martial Arts, Ninja
Publisher Konami, Inc.
Developer Distinctive Software, Inc.
Perspective Side view
Dosbox support Supported on 0.63
4.22 / 5 - 41 votes

Description of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Manhattan Missions

One of the best superheroes action games ever made, Manhattan Missions is the third game in Konami's line of platform games based on the lucrative license.

The third time is really a charm for this game, as the Turtles finally come to life in colorful graphics and a good number of special moves that are unique to each Turtle. There are a lot of enemies and cool power-ups, and great options such as the ability to choose which locale to battle next, and a training mode in which you can practice each Turtle's moves against different enemies. Although most missions occur indoors at various locations in Manhattan, New York, they are quite different from each other, and you will also have a chance to battle in exciting locations such as aboard a subway train, or in the sewers.

Konami finally did the license justice with this game-- a must have for all TMNT and action fans alike. Two thumbs up!

Review By HOTUD

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Comments and reviews

DanHero 2019-12-07 0 point

Works great under DOS, but It asks for the second disk after defeating Shredder, so you'll miss the ugly end sequenze.

Pepper 2017-12-22 1 point

Well it looks nice, but it just plain refuses to work within a browser with Soundblaster and Adlib sound. And I really don't like the pc speaker noise it makes. I tried setup, but it just keeps on showing the sound setting whether as Adlib or Soundblaster when I set that before, without actually getting either of those to work. (A lot of games do work with Adlib and or Soundblaster by default when played in a browser)

Turd Fergus 2017-12-16 3 points

We're all very impressed with your ability to enjoy old video games, Justin.

Justin 2017-05-10 0 point

It's not crap. THIS IS AWESOME!! This is an early game based on the original Mirage Turtles. A real diamond in the rough. This is a great game, I'm sorry that the cry babies who grew up on xbox360 and playstation 2 can't handle REAL games that aren't FPS or games that are like every other game published now a days. Losers hahahhahahaha. Missed the REAL video games and lifestyle!!

dino 2017-03-20 0 point


LJP 2014-07-09 1 point DOS version

Very interesting, but marred by horrible controls...

Arturo Caballero 2013-05-10 0 point DOS version

Did Konami published this crap?!?!?!

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