See the official TMNT website's video game information here.

One of Konami’s longest running video game series has been their Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series. Based in the cartoon TMNT universe, the series saw a total of eleven games on four different platforms. New games are now appearing on next generation platforms such as Playstation 2, Gamecube, and X-Box.


Nintendo Entertainment System  Super Nintendo Entertainment System  Nintendo Gameboy

Sega Genesis

The calm before the storm in Tournament Fighters (SNES)

The Turtles hang out in the Hyperstone Heist epilogue

Playmates Interactive Entertainment was/is developing a new TMNT game, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3D, for a fifth platform, the Sony Playstation (or possibly the Nintendo 64). This twelfth installment will likely be based on the Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation television series, as Playmates’ toy division currently makes the NT:TNM line of toys. It now seems that, since PIE is not currently involved with Nintendo and is heavily involved in titles for the Sony Playstation, the new TMNT game will be brought to Playstation, not the Nintendo 64. It seems that for some time now, Playmates Interactive Entertainment has been defunct... and, as such, so has the TMNT 3D project. Click on the logo below to go to the PIE website (defunct, as is the company itself). Rocker Games had allegedly taken up the project, though to painfully limited avail.

Playmates Interactive Entertainment

As far as the 4-player arcade games go, there were two. The first, simply called Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, hit the Nintendo Entertainment System under the name TMNT II: The Arcade Game. It was adapted to 8-bit, but was given two new levels and bosses. The second arcade game, called TMNT II: Turtles in Time, was adapted to the Super Nintendo Entertainment System under the name TMNT IV: Turtles in Time.

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