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I remember the first time I beat the arcade version at the local Wal-Mart. Boy was that a hard game. I've had debates between the arcade or the original NES version which was harder. Surprised the second game on NES didn't make the list.
I think the nes tmnt was harder than any tmnt game ive played.
What made the arcade version harder (for me) was the amount of quarters you had was all the chances you had. And hope to hell your parent(s) allowed you to stay long enough to see how far you get. The NES version I was able to play on the weekends to see how far I'd get. What I didn't understand was how the way the NES version ended, yet in the future games it's like nothing happened. I didn't want to spoil the ending just in case people still wanted to experience it.
@tetsujin i still havent beaten it. Last time i tried was 13yrs ago.
@Dloc How far did you get in the NES version?
The farthest i got was to level 4. I got the game when i was 8. Finally in my 20s i made it to level 4. I know i know. I suck. Lol
Tmnt 2 on NES was the first game I ever beat. Will never forget that game.
would wish they make tmnt game like these this day
Wow awesome list. Nail the top 5 for sure.
The first TMNT for NES was hard as all hell. I used Donatello the whole way. You knew you were in trouble if you got stuck with Raphael as your last turtle.
ahh. turtles in time...where has all the time gone...it goes by so fast "/
I liked them all in my own way.. Except the Fighting one though.. I never got interested no matter how many times i tried.. I never tried the newest version but i played the rest basically
I adored TMNT Hyperstone Heist on Sega Mega Drive/Sega Genesis. I've played that game soooo many times. I'd really like an HD version ;(
So many fun games on this list
NES game for all the nostalgia I have for it...is an AWFUL AWFUL game. So poorly designed.
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