History VideoGame / TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles

21st Apr '16 10:58:43 PM Spanks
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* DemonicSpiders: The enemies in the Technodrome are pretty nasty, but the Jetpack Laser Soldiers are absolute nightmares. They take a lot of punishment, they hurt a lot, and they move pretty fast, and since they're always in the air, they're difficult to hit. To make matters worse, they show up in groups in certain rooms.
21st Apr '16 10:58:09 PM Spanks
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* DemonicSpiders: The enemies in the Technodrome are pretty nasty, but the Jetpack Laser Soldiers are absolute nightmares. They take a lot of punishment, they hurt a lot, and they move pretty fast, and since they're always in the air, they're difficult to hit. To make matters worse, they show up in groups in certain rooms.
16th Nov '15 6:43:51 PM LadyNorbert
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[[quoteright:349:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/turtles.png]]
[[caption-width-right:349:Best enjoyed with pizza, of course.]]



* NintendoHard: Area 2 is the infamous swimming stage, level 3 is a maze to find Splinter (though once you have the missiles, you can go right to where he is if you know the way obviously. Level 4 is a "choose your path" with different roads to take to get to the end and towards the end are instant kill traps like fire pits and sliding spike walls. Level 5 is full of tough enemies and has a randomly placed boss who is difficult to defeat and level 6 is FULL of tough enemies. The jet pack equipped laser troopers will make you tear your hair out. This game is TOUGH. But it is certainly NOT impossible.
* OddballInTheSeries: A rare first-installment case. All of its successors were {{Beat Em Up}}s that are held up as [[SugarWiki/NoProblemWithLicensedGames quality licensed games]]. This installment was a PlatformGame best remembered for being NintendoHard.
* SuperDrowningSkills and SuperNotDrowningSkills: The Turtles know how to swim in Stage 2 but they suddenly lose that skill afterwards. Justified in the latter case as the currents are too strong to swim in. If a turtle falls in the water, they aren't "captured". They're simply carried back to the beginning of the level.
* TimedMission: The bombs in Area 2.

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* NintendoHard: Area Level 2 is the infamous swimming stage, level stage. Level 3 is a maze to find Splinter (though once you have the missiles, you can go right to where he is if you know the way obviously.way, obviously). Level 4 is a "choose your path" with different roads to take to get to the end and towards the end are instant kill traps like fire pits and sliding spike walls. Level 5 is full of tough enemies and has a randomly placed boss who is difficult to defeat defeat, and level 6 is FULL of tough enemies. The jet pack equipped pack-equipped laser troopers will make you tear your hair out. This game is TOUGH. But it is certainly NOT impossible.
* OddballInTheSeries: A rare first-installment case.Overlapping with EarlyInstallmentWeirdness. All of its successors were {{Beat Em Up}}s that are held up as [[SugarWiki/NoProblemWithLicensedGames quality licensed games]]. This installment was a PlatformGame best remembered for being NintendoHard.
* OneHitKO: In addition to the rollers mentioned under BeefGate, there's a weapon called the Scroll Weapon which basically does this.
* SuperDrowningSkills and SuperNotDrowningSkills: The Turtles know how to swim in Stage Level 2 but they suddenly lose that skill afterwards. Justified in the latter case as the currents are too strong to swim in.swim. If a turtle falls in the water, they aren't "captured". They're simply carried back to the beginning of the level.
* TimedMission: The bombs in Area Level 2.



See ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' for the information on the franchise in general and similarly named works.

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See ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' for the information on the franchise in general and similarly named works.
8th Sep '15 10:57:33 PM harryhenry
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** Many people think this refers to the one-square gap that you have to walk over instead of jumping it. Nope. It's a jump in the sewer that was inexplicably modified from the original version to have a wider gap and lower ceiling. The UK ''Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles'' release corrected this by extending the platform.
** Luckily, there is a bug that allows you to bypass this problem, as seen on the YMMV page. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDurUuIUiWo]]
31st Jul '15 10:14:48 PM jameygamer
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* TimedMission: The bombs in Area 2.
28th Jul '15 6:06:45 AM thevisualboy37
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The four eponymous characters--brothers Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello, and Raphael--are in hot pursuit of the Foot Clan, the most dangerous criminal empire New York has ever seen. Their babe-licious human friend, Channel 6 News field reporter April O'Neil, had just been kidnapped by the Shredder, the deadly leader of the Foot. To give you an idea of how deadly he is, the instruction manual describes him as "a villain more vicious than an army of mind altered {{Bruce Lee}}s." [[CaptainObvious That's deadly]]. His plan? Brainwash April and train her in ninjitsu so she will become part of the Foot! The Turtles must save April, storm the Shredder's [[SupervillainLair Technodrome lair]], and steal his [[strike:Retromutagen Ray]] Life Transformer Gun, which can turn their beloved Master Splinter back to his original human form of Hamato Yoshi.

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The four eponymous characters--brothers Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello, and Raphael--are in hot pursuit of the Foot Clan, the most dangerous criminal empire New York has ever seen. Their babe-licious human friend, Channel 6 News field reporter April O'Neil, had just been kidnapped by the Shredder, the deadly leader of the Foot. To give you an idea of how deadly he is, the instruction manual describes him as "a villain more vicious than an army of mind altered {{Bruce Lee}}s." [[CaptainObvious That's deadly]]. His plan? Brainwash April and train her in ninjitsu so she will become part of the Foot! The Turtles must save April, storm the Shredder's [[SupervillainLair Technodrome lair]], and steal his [[strike:Retromutagen Ray]] Life Transformer Gun, which can turn their beloved Master Splinter back to his original human form of Hamato Yoshi.



** Luckily, there is a GoodBadBug that allows you to bypass this problem, as seen on the YMMV page. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDurUuIUiWo]]

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** Luckily, there is a GoodBadBug bug that allows you to bypass this problem, as seen on the YMMV page. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDurUuIUiWo]]
6th Jun '15 10:10:17 AM RADIX
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* DubText: ''Geki Kame Ninja Den'' turned April into Splinter's daughter.
23rd Mar '15 4:03:29 PM MagnetMissile
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* NonStandardGameOver: If you fail to diffuse the bombs in the underwater portion of Area 2, the bombs explode, causing an instant game over, regardless of how many turtles were remaining.
16th Mar '15 5:56:28 AM Fyrmer
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->''"Anyone unfortunate enough to have a Nintendo device in the house will be familiar with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, who star in one of the most insidiously addictive Nintendo games. The turtles live in the subways beneath Manhattan, where, exposed to radiation, they have grown into teenager-sized, intelligent creatures, and have absorbed such items from the culture as surfer jargon." -- '''Creator/RogerEbert'''

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->''"Anyone unfortunate enough to have a Nintendo device in the house will be familiar with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, who star in one of the most insidiously addictive Nintendo games. The turtles live in the subways beneath Manhattan, where, exposed to radiation, they have grown into teenager-sized, intelligent creatures, and have absorbed such items from the culture as surfer jargon." "'' -- '''Creator/RogerEbert'''
16th Mar '15 5:56:14 AM Fyrmer
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->''"Anyone unfortunate enough to have a Nintendo device in the house will be familiar with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, who star in one of the most insidiously addictive Nintendo games. The turtles live in the subways beneath Manhattan, where, exposed to radiation, they have grown into teenager-sized, intelligent creatures, and have absorbed such items from the culture as surfer jargon." -- '''Creator/RogerEbert'''
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