TMNT: Mutant Madness Is Bringing Turtle Power To Mobile Devices

Pizza anyone?
Pizza anyone? Kongregate

If you’re ready to experience some Turtle Power then prepare for TMNT: Mutant Madness. The game is a sure treat for fans of the 1987 animated series as it continues where the original story left off. It’s already available for download on Google Play and the iOS App Store.

TMNT: Mutant Madness is developed by Kongregate in partnership with Nickelodeon. If the name sounds familiar, Kongregate is responsible for games that include AdVenture Capitalist and Anti-Idle: The Game.

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, or TMNT, are four anthropomorphic mutant turtles named after Italian Renaissance artists Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo, and Donatello. They have been trained in the ninja arts by Splinter, a mutant rat that serves as their sensei and father. The original animated television series lasted for 10 season and with the specials, amounted to 200 episodes.

TMNT: Mutant Madness offers fans and players alike with a new way experience the TMNT franchise. It offers real-time combat and allows players to have a more hands-on approach when it comes to fighting classic villains in New York City, be it on the streets or in the sewers.

There’s also a rather deep character collection system where players can build their ultimate squad of heroes, or villains if they prefer, and go against powerful bosses in either PvE mode or PvP mode. Each character comes with their own unique “Super Skills” which can be combined with the ability to direct the combat to result in an experience that’s truly immersive.

Kongregate CFO and Interim CEO Markus Lipp revealed in a statement that their team has been doing an excellent job when it comes to building franchises and TMNT: Mutant Madness is the latest addition to this. He went on to say that they “know fans will love the engaging combat in TMNT: Mutant Madness and the deep collection systems.”

Meanwhile Nickelodeon Vice-President for Games Adrian Wright said that the innovative approach Kongregate had “to creating a new take on the TMNT universe captures the excitement and nostalgia of the franchise in a new way.” In Mutant Madness, Wright added that players are going to have the chance “to collect and play with fan-favorite classic characters in an engaging gameplay experience.”

So what do you think? Can we hear a cowabunga?

Join the Discussion
Top Stories