It is a beat-'em-up game released by Konami for the
Family Computer in Japan in 1991 and for the NES in North America in 1992.
It is the third video game iteration of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for the NES.
The game features the same play mechanics featured in the previous game,
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Arcade Game,
but unlike its predecessor, it is an original title for the NES without any preceding
Surf's up, dude! The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles make a little getaway to the Sunshine State. Until Shredder makes a major getaway with the entire island of Manhattan! His power hungry plot gets even more bogus when April O'Neil becomes part of the heist. What a relaxing vacation. Not! Those mondo mutants must make waves to get back home to save April and Manhattan, and send Shredder on a one way trip to geeksville!
♦ The hippest in new turtle travel, featuring jet powered surfboards, a blimp and a spaceship to whisk you through 8 awesome levels.
♦ Shredder will show you all kinds of sinister new sights including the Typhoon Tidal Pool, Baron Von Spleen's Battle Barge and a never-before-seen tour of Manhattan's most wicked haunts.
♦ Bodacious new turbo attack moves! Leonardo has the cyclone sword spin to send enemies flying. Raphael charges headfirst with his tubular power drill attack. The kangaroo kick is Michaelangelo's radical new specialty. And Donatello is like a mutant bowling ball with his knockout roll.
♦ Shredder's got a few moves of his own, inflicted by a slew of slugs like Leatherhead, Rahzar, Groundchuck and Tokka.
So unless you want Shredder to ninja-kick sand in your face and make off with your best girl and your hometown, you better get busy. Squashing him once and for all will be no holiday.
Enter - start (pause);
Arrows - move;
Z - jump;
X - attack; Esc = exit fullscreen;
You can change keyboard settings, save (F5) and load (F8) the game.
Put your mouse over the game and choose your settings, you can also play the game in fullscreen.