NES Longplay [008] Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: The Manhattan Project (2P) -

NES Longplay [008] Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: The Manhattan Project (2P)

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Played by: Ravenlord & Lydia Skellington

New version to replace hacked rom version from before.

This was the last side-scrolling Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game for NES. It followed the highly acclaimed Turtles II over a year later and, unlike its predecessor, doesnt have an Arcade counterpart.

The third game in the series is basically the same as the second. The story and the stages are different, of course, but it doesnt really matter. Choose your favorite turtle and kill as many Foot Clan soldiers as you can, fight the bosses and reach Shredder in a Double Dragon-styled game.

The graphics and gameplay were improved. And, if the choice of the turtle depended only on personal taste in the second game (as they were all the same, in different colours), in this third episode they gained individual special moves.

Played in two player mode by Ravenlord & Lydia –
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  1. Ok mantap
    Bagaimana download main ini gais??

  2. Играют парализованные аутисты?

  3. My favorite game, but the players are very very slow and idiots.

  4. Goddamn, I love this game. The great graphics, the refined gameplay, the amazing soundtrack (Who can forget these synthetized drums?), the many levels and bosses, plus 2-player co op. Konami really outdid themselves

  5. 47:50 so he had 1 LIFE ALL THE TIME? Me and my brother tried to beat him like 100 times again and again. He was immortal WTF???

  6. Me and brother used to play this and it took us some time back in the day but we did beat the game. Old memories

  7. Suggestion: during the surfing stage, keeping swinging your weapon to destroy those electric mines, you’ll take less damage.

  8. The game features play mechanics similar to the previous game, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Arcade Game, but it is an original title for the NES without any preceding arcade version. It is based on the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series, being released after the show's 5th season.

  9. Out of all the TMNT games (Arcades included), this game right here is my absolute favorite Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game of all time.
    It just had everything in it, from beautifully detailed 8-bit levels that the NES could muster in its time, absolutely terrific and memorable soundtrack of music (Bridge of Danger level 3 being my favorite, and the rooftop level fight theme being my second favorite, then the boss theme Crazy Attack being third favorite), and an assortment of standout bosses from both the TV Cartoon show of the 80’s, Comics and the live action movie sequel, and finally the Turtles all have special attacks that make each one of them different in their own way.

    My only flaw with this game was wishing it was 4-players during it’s time and wishing that you could fight Bebop and Rocksteady together at the same time after defeating them in their first respectable encounters in a later level, as well as Tokka and Razar after their first respectable encounters too.
    That would have been cool, but other than that, this game is an absolute masterpiece of a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game and beat em up game in general, it’s replay value is through the roof and sadly this was the pinnacle of the greatest time for the TMNT franchise and fanbase.
    I could argue that SNES/Arcade Version of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV Turtles in Time was the final home run for the franchise and sadly after that, our heroes in a half shell medium would slowly start trekking downhill from that point on 😔, and it was sad to live through, but positively euphoric to be there as a young kid fan during the start of the rise to popularity and fame and unforgettable memories that will forever live with each and every one of us now.
    Despite all the bad things going on now in the current era of time, and the badly manufactured and corporate era of video games and toxic fans that try to manipulate people into either becoming a fan like them to these new video games, or simply written off as a hater that doesn’t deserve to live in their eyes, just for simply disagreeing with them and not particularly liking the video games out now or the direction that most franchises in gaming are going nowadays.
    Despite all the sad downfall of modern video games in today’s realistic looking video game era, we still live on in this new world with our great past memories of these retro video games and the joy they brought us and the world, every one of us has a special assortment of memories from this era of gaming that make us happy and always linger in our mind as a time where everything made sense, everything was fun, everyone was fun and understanding and it is why people still talk about these times, and modern video game developers try to replicate the formula and style of these times but just can’t, although I could argue that there are view that do actually replicate it perfectly and create standout video games, but those developers are very very rare in these modern times.

    (Sorry for this long comment, I just felt like giving much praise to an unforgettable masterpiece of a video game and the times that it was created in, and in my opinion, we were very very lucky and grateful to grow up and live through one of the greatest eras of time, and we should always cherish that, at least I know that I do 😊).

  10. These players seem inexperienced in this game. They don't use the ult properly and there were many friendly fire moments. And could've switched characters often. Seeing the same characters kinda made the gameplay boring.

  11. I mean i have searched but not able to fi d its rom for android mobile

  12. Several years ago, two of my former classmates played this game and never finished it; the final boss always destroyed them. They almost killed me when they found out that I finished the game by myself in two days (9 hours to be specific, the game was rented and I had school).

  13. Back in Millennium we made it to last stage after playing for 3-5 hrs but Shredder killed us😭

  14. Florida is a bit of a Far Cry from New York, isn't it?

  15. i remember i clear this game with my brother its to hard game but we clear it

  16. One of the best Games for the Nes ever 😍😍❤❤❤

  17. shredder a savage. He taking New York but took the turtles boo as well.

  18. Gotta master the throw. I remember you could use your specials freely if you were near death.

  19. I lovit the best game Turtles 3 from nes.

  20. I need the special movies in this game please

  21. My favorite game still.i remember ❤️❤️

  22. Alguem que jogava esse jogo no video game falso

  23. Leonardo Raphael Michaelangelo and Donatello
    April O'Neil save rescue turtles 🐢🐢🐢🐢

  24. Foot Soldier
    Stone warrior
    Robot ray tubular transports

  25. Better then pubg , free fire etc😅

  26. I think Don player was not very experienced 😉

  27. Made exclusively for the NES and I think of the 3 games made in this format it’s the best. Even if the arcade and SNES were more capable. The controls feel way tighter IMO.

  28. How Don came back when his game was over?

  29. U make me cry I really miss a lot of my game I play since I was a kid 🙁

  30. Can we play this game in android ????? Plz answer

  31. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Definitely Has Defeated Super Shredder. At 1:12:03

  32. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Are At It Again In Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3 The Manhattan Project For Your Nintendo Entertainment System From Konami! Now You're Playing With Power, Turtle Power!

  33. Why you guys playing so noob?!
    And how you reload lives as you just had 1 life?

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