During the past State of PLA and March 9, Konami announced Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection , a collection composed of a lot of games of ninja turtles. As well as many other franchises in the world of entertainment, these four brothers have had multiple stumble throughout history, but they have also given us a few experiences that you can definitely not miss, especially if you are a fan of this saga, And here we share the top five.
- TMNT 2: The Arcade
- TMNT: Hyperstone Heist
- TMNT – Arcade
- TMNT 3: The Radical Rescue
- TMNT: Turtles in Time
TMNT 2: The Arcade
Usually, when an arcade game received a port for consoles, the experience was quite bad. Luckily, that was not the case when TMT 2: The Arcade came to NES. Although the experience of four players had to be abandoned completely, the game added more levels and offered a higher level of challenge than its arcade counterpart. For many, this was the title that introduced them to the Beat’em UPS, and to date, remains considered one of the best in gender.
TMNT: Hyperstone Heist
Hyperstone Heist was a title that debuted for the Sega Genesis and who served as a companion for Turtles in Time de Snes. Like many Games of Genesis, the biggest difference between both was speed. In addition to entering a run button, HyperStone Heist maintained a better rhythm with less levels but longer than Titles in time, as well as more aggressive enemies. Although both of these games are undoubtedly fantastic, the changes introduced at Hyperstone Heist definitely make it worth a place on this list.
TMNT – Arcade
This is a game that many consider as the true Father of the Beat ‘Em Up, and a split part. With simultaneous action of up to four players, you and each of your friends could play with a different turtle. This game of Ninja turtles in the Arcades has been one of the highest points throughout the history of the franchise, although obviously, those who follow in this list have had much higher contributions.
TMNT 3: The Radical Rescue
TMNT 3: The Radical Rescue was a truly revolutionary title for his time. The game debuted for the Game Boy over there of 1993 and worked basically as a spice of Metroidvania. He had Backtracking as well as skills that allowed you to get access to previously blocked areas. We got it by rescuing each of the four turtles, since each one had its own set of unique skills that facilitated the progression of the game in certain areas.
TMNT: Turtles in Time
Essentially, Turtles in Time defined all the other Beat’s UPS that later arrived. He had sensational graphs with detailed sprites, a wide variety of enemies and bosses, and extremely interesting levels for exploring. Turtles in Time not only allowed you to throw the enemies, but allowed you to throw them directly to the screen and it was always quite rewarding to see the animation that arose as a result of this. With 10 levels centered on the topic of trips in time, Turtles in Time besides being the best game of the whole series, it is also one of the best Beat em ‘ups in history.