Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in Time is the final chapter in Konami's fantastic TMNT brawler series, and a port of the arcade game. This time the Heroes in a Half-Shell get sent back in time by Shredder and have to fight their way through history and even into the future. Like its predecessors, it features accessible, casual gameplay and vehicle segments, now in glorious Mode 7.
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Hey Shredder, bring that statue back, you bloated bean bag!
The music that's played in "Starbase: Where No Turtle Has Gone Before" is also present in Turtles III on the NES.
This is one of the only brawlers where you automatically dash by moving forward for a short time.
Turtles in Time is a true classic, and it's a crowning moment of achievement both for Konami and the Turtles as a franchise. Its simple yet satisfying combat has awesome animations and throwing enemies at the screen never gets old. Bosses fights are fun and intense. The superb premise allows for tons of variety and the presentation does it justice.