TEENAGE MUTANT HETO - TURTLES (NES) TORTUGAS NINJAS (very good second hand, CARTRIDGE ONLY)

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TEENAGE MUTANT HETO - TURTLES (NES) TORTUGAS NINJAS (very good second hand, CARTRIDGE ONLY)

The Ninja Turtles, released in Japan as Gekikame Ninja Den and throughout Europe (except Italy) as Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles (Italian Tartarughe Ninja), is a 1989 platformer for the Nintendo Entertainment System, later brought to home computers, based on the television series The Ninja Turtles. The game was developed by Konami and originally released through Konami Ultra Games, printed in North America and its equivalent, Palcom Software, for the PAL region. The game was based on the 1987 television series, and it was during the second season that it was originally released.

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The game begins with the four Ninja Turtles: Leonardo, Donatello, Michelangelo and Raphael, who can be exchanged at any point in the game. Turtles are practically identical except for their weapons, which differ in attack speed, range, and damage (for example, Donatello's Bō has the best damage and range, but the worst speed). The player travels through the first 5 levels using an overview map to enter various sewers, warehouses, and other locations that lead to the final objective of each level.

Along the way the player fights against various enemies, from 'Foot Soldiers' and 'Mousers' to bomb-throwing airships and enemies with chainsaws. In the game, most enemies (except for the bad guy Bebop and all the bad guys at the end of the level) appear in separate groups that can change randomly. End-of-level baddie fights occur regularly and consist of the player having to defeat a common enemy to progress through the rest of the level. Except for the second, each level ends with a fight against the 'end-of-level baddie'.

In essence, each turtle serves as a life: when one character is defeated, the player can continue with another character, and so on until all four turtles are defeated. After the game is over, the player can continue and resume the level with all four turtles available again (can only be continued twice). The player also has several opportunities to rescue the already fallen turtles, later in the game, reviving them again by completely filling the life meter. If the player lost several turtles at the same point, they can recover them in the order they were defeated. The only exception to this rule is in the 'the Hudson River' level, where the player has to swim underwater and dodge eight bombs with a time limit. If the player fails before time runs out, the game will end automatically.

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