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Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles
Publisher: Image Works     Developer: Unknown
Year of release: 1990

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Genres : Action / Movie License

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ST Format
# 19 - Feb 91

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Stevie B wrote ...2006-05-02 04:02:26
i laffed when i read what i wrote from 3 years ago....haha....while it is true that a lot of folks were duped into thinking that they were buying the coin op version (a deliberate ploy by the software company no doubt.....it was the ONLY game to not feature screenshots on the box) I want to take back what i said about trashy top-down platformer, etc...the game itself is cool, and if you were a turtles fan (like i was) then in the end it didnt really matter that it wasnt the coin op game cos it was still a turtles game.....so i'll make my peace with this game and give it its dues....but i still to this day dont appreciate being mislead by the packaging....low blow.
Matt Bailey wrote ...2006-03-10 08:51:59
This was the first game I had for my ST & what a cracker, hours of fun! It took me a while to operate the van but it was worthwhile. Has anyone found the alternate ending? If you follow the sewer numbers on level 5 apparently you can fight Krang!
Dr Giblets wrote ...2006-02-21 18:09:24
Hey, if anyone wants those codes, i've got the boxed game still. Though your these posts were two years ago and i'll be in awe if anyone ever reads this message. Amazing game! The music is totally excellent, and the underwater, bombs-diffusing stage tense.
Carl619 wrote ...2004-09-25 15:39:32
"Selurtsirata wrote... 'I actually bought this game but lost the manual and i need the codes the play it (damm you anti-piracy dicks)' " :'(. my dad also bought the game for me and my brother when i was about 5 and it wos my fave game. my dad made a backup of the codes, but we lost the manual and the backup codes a few years ago!!!!! PLEASE, can ANYBODY POST THE CODES!! I OWN THE GAME AND AM SO ANGRY I CANT PLAY IT!!!!!!!
Violent_Cat wrote ...2004-07-23 10:00:41
Same happen to me the first time i got this game i was thinking that i got the arcade version that was so cool but this version... what can i say is not worth the loading time
tsomo2000 wrote ...2004-02-29 10:57:01
Does any one remember the cheat for the speccy? All you had to do was mash the the keyboard with both hands then hey presto.....infinite health. haha. Cheers Tsomo2000
GozZilla wrote ...2004-02-22 20:07:26
Just like Stevie B, bought this game on false pretences, believing that this was the arcade version. Although i thought it was still cool, espcially when you got do drive the turtle van around.... :)
bazfan wrote ...2004-01-15 08:10:59
why is there no reference to the arcade version on this site, it was far better than this god awful crap. tmht2 the arcade game was fun for a while, "duh who put the lights out"
Selurtsirata wrote ...2003-09-23 19:17:51
I loved the underwater mission, scared the shit out of me when i was young. P.S does anyone no where i can find the manual. I actually bought this game but lost the manual and i need the codes the play it (damm you anti-piracy dicks)
cbkm wrote ...2003-09-01 19:34:05
I got this game for an ST emulator, and I'm stuck... I can't find the key to enter the party wagon / turtle van... can anyone tell me what it is?
simchevelu wrote ...2003-06-17 09:01:19
The music was just awful and the game average
French_Atarian_Freak wrote ...2003-02-16 06:02:48
I played this game for several hours when it was released, pure fun and good memory, highly recommanded !!
Stevie B wrote ...2003-02-13 03:52:45
never played this on the st but did have it on speccy...found it ridiculously easy and completed it within the first few days of buying....was also disapointed with the packaging, it was misleading....there I was thinking I was buying the coin-op version and ended up buying some trashy top-down platform game!!! There were no screenshots on the box....bizarre!!
grondin wrote ...2002-05-26 12:30:29
ManTra wrote ...2002-01-03 05:08:48
Straight conversion of the NES game. Tho it never had the playability of the nintendo version. Music is a reasonable conversion. If you want to play this game grab the NES version.