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TMNT 1989 Arcade. 4 out of 5 stars from 2211 reviews 2,211. Like TMNT 1989 Arcade on Facebook. Help the Turtles save their friends April and Master Splinter,. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is a 1989 arcade game released by Konami and based on the first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series that began airing two years earlier. In the game, up to four players control the titular Ninja Turtles, fighting through various levels to defeat the turtles' enemies, including the Shredder, Krang and the Foot Clan.

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In this hack-and-slash action I chose the turtle on the basis of sympathy because the fighting style is all the same. Level 1 Now it's time to save April. There is the first clutch of the foot clan to warm up the fingers, with no problem, even when trying to throw starfish. The next shifting of the screen is already a little dull and it is good to jump. Pedestrians show decent acrobatic bits and sparkling starfish are growing. On the scene, the robots come with laser and fast motion. Exactly a couple of targeted attacks and goes to the first boss. He is in the burning apartment of April, but before that, I've been knocked down by a couple of swordsmen with swords and flame-throwers (hm that you set up that fire, phrajo ...). Rocksteady is a bumper, but his speed and firearm can be taken. Problem solved? Never. Trhač kidnapped April and it is clear that this day will be long. Level 2 There is another batch of foot soldiers on the street. New objects appear in the location to help remove enemy forces. Enemies, armed with boomerangs or cannons, try to fight from afar and they are doing it. Fortunately, there's also the first pizza to complete lives. Juchu, I will burn calories in the next fight with enemies who are now jumping off the roofs and throwing dynamics. Bebop comes with a sonic 'pistol' on the scene. If you start to scratch it from the start, it does not have a chance. After this nipple I continue with a channel. Did anyone buy Kutil Tim? Where did the giant hammers come from? The robots add robotic mice who are weak, but they play it on counting. Well, now it's a real action. And hey, a barbed gate. One of the biggest cliché of video games, of course, can not be missed :). There are pawns in the barn, how long have you been waiting in the sewers, boys? Baxter Stockman ... in his robot widget. Here he wants to plan and jump precisely. And back on the street behind a mandatory group of pawns with swords and spears who still have not been kicked enough. Beware of the exploding barrels that are not protected by the turtles. Rocksteady and Bebop are mourning and now they both get together. So this is already a good challenge. The attacks must alternately overwhelm the two and not let them breathe out, or hold them apart and alternately attack the left-right. Level 3 April is in the cage, now it's time to beat Trhace. Let's go. There is a new block with hammers and javelins and even bombs on the road. He's trying to provoke chaos to take you away from the oldschool. Well, it works. At least another pizza is sure. There is a fast intermezzo in the form of a skate ride. Huhuuu, air combat with helicopters? This is already a mess full of explosions, which is very difficult to avoid. Also, after that, the turtle comes out of the road and the champion Tricka disappears. Level 4 The boys of the purple are still having fun. If you do not know how to increase the difficulty, just get some more and more ... and other guys, there's a laser and a bursting object. Best when flying around something! Sensei, where the hell are you? Is a soldier guarded by Dimension X? It's no fun. Level 5 More than the pawns at this stage are passing lasers and robots. From behind the ribbon, the sweat rolls in a duel with another stone soldier. After its destruction comes the scene - finally - 'Lord of the Technodrom' - Krang in his epic outfit. And it's still not over. Who can not see my sharp eye? Is not that Trhač? It's Trhač ... me and not one, but a few. The struggle for the bare life and the turtle polish culminate. If you have not had enough of a hitchhiker, you do not do anything else at the last stage. Done, the metal sponge and its clones are a hood, Technodrom explodes, and before putting it back into the cluster, New York is safe :).

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Developer(s)Konami
Publisher(s)Konami
Image Works (home computers)
Ubisoft (Xbox Live Arcade)
Composer(s)Mutsuhiko Izumi (arcade)
Miki Higashino (arcade)
Kozo Nakamura (arcade, NES)
Yasuhiko Manno (NES)
SeriesTeenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Platform(s)
  • Famicom/NES, PlayChoice-10, Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, DOS, ZX Spectrum, PlayStation 2, Xbox, Nintendo GameCube, Xbox 360
Release
  • Arcade
    • NA: November 15, 1989[1]
    • EU: 1989
    • AU: 1989
    • JP: 1990
    Famicom/NES
    • JP: December 7, 1990
    • NA: December 1990
    • EU: November 14, 1991
    Home ComputersXbox Live Arcade
    • NA: March 14, 2007
    • AU: October 31, 2007
Genre(s)Beat 'em up
Mode(s)Single-player, multiplayer

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is a 1989 arcade game released by Konami[2] and based on the first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series that began airing two years earlier. In the game, up to four players control the titular Ninja Turtles, fighting through various levels to defeat the turtles' enemies, including the Shredder, Krang and the Foot Clan. Released during a high point in popularity for the Ninja Turtles franchise, the arcade game was well received and versions for various home systems soon followed, including the Nintendo Entertainment System.[3] A sequel, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time, was released in 1991.

Gameplay[edit]

The player chooses from one of the four Ninja Turtles: Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello, and Raphael. Depending on the version of the game, the characters are either chosen via an in-game select screen or based on which coin slot the player placed their credit into. After Shredder kidnaps the Turtles' friend April O'Neil and their mentor Splinter, they must give chase, save their comrades, and defeat the evil Shredder. Up to four players (two in some versions) can take control of any of the Turtles. Donatello has slower attacks but a longer range, Michelangelo and Raphael have faster attacks but a shorter range, and Leonardo is a well-rounded Turtle with average range and speed.

The eight-way joystick controls the movements of the Turtle, the jump button makes them jump and the attack button makes them hit in front of them using their weapon. The Turtles can also perform special moves, including throwing Foot soldiers overhead and performing a special attack by pressing the jump and attack buttons; Raphael rolls along the ground and finishes with a kick, while the other Turtles do a sweeping jump attack with their weapons. The Turtles can also spring off the wall in certain areas. Enemies can be defeated more quickly by slamming them into walls or solid objects. Many objects such as traffic cones, parking meters, fire hydrants and exploding oil drums can be hit or damaged with attacks in order to help defeat nearby enemies. In the attract mode, the game shows the first part of the cartoon opening, along with a portion of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles theme song.

Most of the enemies the Turtles face are the Foot Soldiers, all color-coded to indicate their attack patterns and weapon of choices. Some enemies, such as the standard purple-clad Foot Soldiers and Roadkill Rodney robots, have the ability to restrain the Turtles' mobility and drain their health, leaving the player open to attack for other enemies. The bosses in the game include Rocksteady and Bebop (individually at first in that order, and later the two of them together), Baxter Stockman, Granitor, General Traag, Krang, and Shredder himself.

Release[edit]

A printed circuit board of the game.

The arcade game was distributed as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in North America and Oceania, Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles in Europe and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Super Kame Ninja[a] in Japan. The game was released primarily as a dedicated four-player cabinet in all regions except Japan, where it was sold as a 2-player conversion kit. 2-player conversion kits of the game were released in other regions, serving as less expensive alternatives to 4-player cabinets.

Home versions[edit]

Ports to home systems[edit]

Cover artwork of the NES version, which was retitled Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Arcade Game.
Arcade

The game was ported to the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1990. This conversion was titled Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Arcade Game in order to avoid confusion with the previous NES game based on the franchise.[4] The Japanese Famicom version was titled Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, without a number nor a subtitle, due to the fact that first NES game was localized in Japan under a different title.

The NES version features two additional levels and bosses, one of which is a snowy Central Park where players fight an alien bounty hunter named 'Tora'

This version includes two new levels (the first part of Scene 3 and all of Scene 6), which feature new enemy characters, including two new bosses created specifically for the NES port: Tora (a dog-like 'blizzard beast') and Shogun (a robotic samurai). Most of the original stages from the arcade version were extended as well and the second half of Scene 3, the parking garage stage, replaces the arcade version's end battle with Bebop and Rocksteady with a battle against the mutated fly form of Baxter Stockman. The NES port appeared in Nintendo's PlayChoice-10 arcade system. This version of the game was once slated for release on the WiiVirtual Console, but was canceled.[citation needed]

The NES version featured notable product placement advertising: Pizza Hut logos. The rear cover of the instruction manual provided a coupon for the restaurant, with an expiration date of December 31, 1991.[5]

Computer ports of the arcade game were released by Image Works and ported by Probe Software in 1991 for the ZX Spectrum, Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, PC and Commodore 64. The title was changed to Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles: The Coin Op in the European versions, reflecting Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987 TV series)#International of the 1987 TV series in certain regions at the time.

Emulated releases[edit]

An emulated version of the arcade game is included as a hidden bonus game in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Battle Nexus for the PlayStation 2, Xbox, and GameCube, but with altered music and most of the voice clips edited out. The game is unlocked by finding an antique in Stage 9-1; the antique turns out to be the original arcade machine.[6]

An Xbox Live Arcade version of the game was released under the name TMNT 1989 Classic Arcade on March 14, 2007, published by Ubisoft and ported by Digital Eclipse.[7] The game was priced at 400 Microsoft Points.[7] Like other classic arcade games on the Xbox 360 platform, portions of the original arcade game were emulated with network code and other new features added. Players could earn achievements as well as play 2-4 player co-op (both online and offline). Unlike the unlockable in Battle Nexus, this rerelease retains the music and voices of the 1989 arcade game. This version was delisted in June 2011 and is no longer available for purchase.[citation needed]

In 2019, the game was rereleased as a replica arcade cabinet for home use by manufacturer Arcade1up.[8] The reissue is nearly identical to the original, however there are a few changes; the opening is performed by a different artist, players do not need to insert quarters to play, and Konami's name on the arcade marquee is replaced by Nickelodeon's.[8]

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Reception[edit]

Review scores
PublicationScore
Famitsu26/40 (NES)[9]
GamePro23/25 (NES)[10]

In Japan, Game Machine listed Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles on their September 1, 1990 issue as being the fourth most-successful table arcade unit of the year.[11]

Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu gave the Famicom (NES) version of the game a 26 out of 40 score.[9]

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British gaming magazine The One reviewed the home computer versions (Amiga, Atari ST, DOS) of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles under the British title, Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles, calling it 'a pretty poor interpretation of a pretty poor yet popular subject. Every one of the levels is too easy to guarantee more than a week's interest, particularly because the opponents' intelligence is so predictable and your own moves so limited.' The One criticises Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles scrolling, stating that the 'Music and sound effects are jolly enough, but the cartoon-style graphics are let down by slow and jerky scrolling.' The One concludes by stating that the game 'lacks depth and imagination'.[12]

Zzap! reported on the game after it appeared at Amusement Trades Exhibition International, calling it a 'great coin-op which is best in four player mode.'[13]Time's Jared Newman named to his list of '14 Important Arcade Games Not Available for iPhone or iPad', citing the game's pioneering 4-player simultaneous play.[14]

GamesRadar ranked it the 25th best NES game made. The staff attributed the Ninja Turtles' continued success to the game and praised its visuals, audio, and combat system.[15]

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The Xbox Live Arcade digital version of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles sold 984,271 units on the Xbox 360 console, as of 2011.[16]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^Japanese: ティーンエイジ・ミュータント・ニンジャ・タートルズ 〜スーパー亀忍者〜Hepburn: Tīneiji Myūtanto Ninja Tātoruzu: Sūpā Kame Ninja

References[edit]

  1. ^'Around the Route'. Cash Box. December 23, 1989.
  2. ^http://ca.ign.com/blogs/ledjar/2014/01/13/every-teenage-mutant-ninja-turtle-game-by-konami-1989-2005-review-dubious-gaming
  3. ^'Hardcore Gaming 101: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles'. www.hardcoregaming101.net. Retrieved 2018-07-24.
  4. ^'Retro Game of the Day! Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Arcade Game'. Retrieved 2018-07-24.
  5. ^Beckerman, Marty. 'A COMPLETE HISTORY OF TMNT PIZZA PRODUCT PLACEMENT'. MTV.com. MTV.com. Retrieved 5 February 2017.
  6. ^'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Battle Nexus Cheats'. www.gamesradar.com. Retrieved 2018-07-24.
  7. ^ abSinclair, Brendan (2007-03-06). 'Ninja Turtles headed to Live Arcade'. GameSpot. Retrieved 2018-07-24.
  8. ^ abhttps://ign.com/articles/2019/12/16/teenage-mutant-ninja-turtle-arcade1up-cabinet-review
  9. ^ ab'T.M.N.T. ミュータント ニンジャ タートルズ [ファミコン] / ファミ通.com'. www.famitsu.com. Retrieved 2018-07-24.
  10. ^Arcade, Johnny (December 1990). 'Nintendo ProView: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Arcade Game'(PDF). GamePro. pp. 106–108.
  11. ^'Game Machine's Best Hit Games 25 - テーブル型TVゲーム機 (Table Videos)'. Game Machine (in Japanese). No. 387. Amusement Press, Inc. 1 September 1990. p. 21.
  12. ^Houghton, Gordon; Hamza, Kati (February 1991). 'Green Grosser'. The One. No. 29. emap Images. p. 23.
  13. ^'ATEI Show Report.' ZZAP! March 1990. p.39.
  14. ^Newman, Jared (February 24, 2012). '14 Important Arcade Games Not Available for iPhone or iPad'. Time. Retrieved January 10, 2013.
  15. ^'Best NES Games of all time'. GamesRadar. 2012-04-16. Retrieved 2013-12-05.
  16. ^Langley, Ryan (January 20, 2012). 'Xbox Live Arcade by the numbers - the 2011 year in review'. Gamasutra. UBM Technology Group. Retrieved 29 April 2020.

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