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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time (1991)

The turtles are back- In time! The evil Shredder is back and this time he's picking up a woman: The statue of liberty! En route to get it back, the turtles are sent back in time to deal ... See full summary »


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Uncredited cast:
Michelangelo (voice) (uncredited)
Shredder / Cement Man / Leatherhead (voice) (uncredited)
Pizza Monsters / Prof. Baxter Stockman / Krang (voice) (uncredited)
Donatello (voice) (uncredited)
Renae Jacobs ...
April O'Neil (voice) (uncredited)
Raphael (voice) (uncredited)
Rahzar / Tokka (voice) (uncredited)


The turtles are back- In time! The evil Shredder is back and this time he's picking up a woman: The statue of liberty! En route to get it back, the turtles are sent back in time to deal with all new evil bosses like Slash, Rat King, Leatherhead, Tokka, Rahzar, and many more! This wildly popular sequel to the other arcade hit is bigger and has more 3-D effect! Play as Leonardo, Michaelangelo, Raphael or Donatello. Written by Dylan Self <RobocopTNG986127@aol.com>

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Totally new adventure dudes!

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March 1991 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

TMNT IV: Turtles in Time  »

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When playing easy mode, Splinter will tell you to challenge the normal mode when you defeat Shredder. In normal mode, Splinter will tell you to challenge the hard mode in order to be true ninjas. In the hard mode, it features the turtles flying the State of Liberty back to it's normal place via the Turtle Blimp, followed by the credits rolling while the turtles wave and smile on the Blimp, then the cast of game characters roll, then Splinter says you are now true Ninjas. See more »


Michaelangelo: My toes, my toes.
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Turtle Power!"
25 April 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Keep in mind that for this review I will be reviewing this game for the Super Nintendo System. I have played the arcade version but only a few times, I feel that reviewing it for the SNES is more fair since I am not an authority on the Arcade Version.

You play as any of the four turtles, Leonardo, Donatello, Michaelangelo, or Raphael. Shredder and Krang steal the Statue of Liberty. In order to rescue the statue, the turtles are sent through time to different time periods and have to fight your way through enemies to beat each level. Each level has a different boss at the end.

This game is lots of fun. For one thing, it can be a one or a two player game. So you can have fun playing it by yourself or with a friend. Personally I think this game is much funner if you share the experience with someone else, but it is fun by yourself as well.

The controls are very simple and easy.

The main enemies you fight, foot soldiers, are not that tough. So this game is quite easy even on the difficult setting.

ALso what makes this game great is that all of the great turtle enemies are in it. KRang, Shredder, Leatherhead, Metalhead, Rat King, Baxter Stockman, Tokka, Rahzar, Bebop, Slash, and Rocksteady. That is great because you get to battle against all of the enemies that were in the show as well as in the films.

Each turtle has its strengths. Leonardo is well balanced in weoponry, speed, special, and defense. Michaelangelo has pretty good speed and great weoponry, but his defense is lacking. Raphael has great speed but his defense is lacking also. Donatello has a great weopon and special however his speed is bad. So each turtle has advantages and disadvantages.

So this is a very simple and highly entertaining game. Highly recommended.

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