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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Series

Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles - Hyperstone Heist

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Hyperstone Heist

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Game Genie™ Codes For Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Hyperstone Heist
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1RFWA-C6VA + 9VWA-DGKC + ABWA-CABEPlayer 1 starts with 1 life instead of 3
2RFWA-C6VA + 9VWA-DGKC + BFWA-CABEPlayer 1 starts with 10 lives
3RFWA-C6VA + 9VWA-DGKC + EVWA-CABEPlayer 1 starts with 25 lives
4RFWA-C6VA + 9VWA-DGKC + KFWA-CABEPlayer 1 starts with 50 lives
5RFWA-C6VA + 9VWA-DGKC + RVWA-CABEPlayer 1 starts with 75 lives
6RFWA-C6VA + 9VWA-DGKC + XFWA-CABEPlayer 1 starts with 100 lives
7RFWA-C6VL + 9VWA-DGKN + ABWA-CABRPlayer 2 starts with 1 life instead of 3
8RFWA-C6VL + 9VWA-DGKN + BFWA-CABRPlayer 2 starts with 10 lives
9RFWA-C6VL + 9VWA-DGKN + EVWA-CABRPlayer 2 starts with 25 lives
10RFWA-C6VL + 9VWA-DGKN + KFWA-CABRPlayer 2 starts with 50 lives
11RFWA-C6VL + 9VWA-DGKN + RVWA-CABRPlayer 2 starts with 75 lives
12RFWA-C6VL + 9VWA-DGKN + XFWA-CABRPlayer 2 starts with 100 lives
13ADCT-CAGCInfinite lives - player 1
14ADFA-CAB2Infinite lives - player 2
15RHST-C6YGBoth players are invincible
16BXYA-CA6LDeadly attack uses no life points - player 1
17BXYT-CA2GDeadly attack uses no life points - player 2
Cheats For Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Hyperstone Heist
1Stage & Level SelectThis code will give you the option of selecting from any stage and area in the game. First, wait for the Konami logo. As soon as it appears and starts forming on the screen, Press these buttons in this order: C, B, B, A, A, A, B, and C. Make sure you do it quickly enough to finish it before the Konami logo dissappears. (If you are new quick enough, this code will not work!) Now, after entering the first code Press START and the title screen will appear. Quickly press these buttons in this order: A, B, B, C, C, C, B, and A. After you do this press the START button on the one or two player option. A screen will then appear allowing you to select and choose both the stage you with to start at, as well as which area. After choosing the area and stage, Press the Start button and the game will begin at the point at which you selected.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Return Of The Shredder

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Excerpt from Genesis Game Guide by The Scribe

NAME:             Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series (2 titles)
RELEASED:         various
TYPE:             Fighting
LANGUAGE:         English and Japanese

PREMISE:          A series of fighting games based on the cult characters
                  from the syndicated animated TV series.  The Turtles were
                  four normal terrapins who were doused with radioactive
                  goo and mutated into the lovable superheroes we know.
                  With the help of their martial-arts sensei Shredder the
                  Rat and the occasional aid of TV news anchorwoman April
                  O'Neil, the Turtles fight to rid the streets of the
                  influence of the evil Shredder and his minions.

IMPRESSIONS:      If you've seen one Turtles game, then you've seen them
                  all - they're pretty much the same platform fighter with
                  some variation in background graphics and the occasional
                  new villian or two.  That can't be said for Tournament
                  Fighters, though, which in many gamers' opinion is one
                  of the finest Street Fighter 2 clones ever made.

VARIATIONS:       This series was known as the Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles
                  in most Asian markets.  Since the title is quite a
                  mouthful, most folks just abbreviate it to TNMT instead.

                  TNMT - The Hyperstone Heist (1992, released in Japan
                    under the title The Return of Shredder - the Turtles
                    must foil a plot by Shredder to defeat his foes with
                    the aid of the mysterious Hyperstone)
                  TNMT - Tournament Fighters (1993 - ditches the platform
                    fighting engine for SF2-style versus bouts)

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fun games (Score: 1)
by Hiryu on Thursday, June 28 @ 18:20:26 EDT
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Hyperstone Heist - A whole lot like it's snes brother, but it's a blast to play with another person.

Tournament Fighters - A fun fighting game by a company that hasn't made too many fighting games(Yie Ar Kung Fu come to mind). Decent selection of fighters and some nice moves. Once again, play it two player.

I'd give these games an 8.5

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Re: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Series (Score: 1)
by CrossBow ( on Thursday, August 23 @ 00:53:18 EDT
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hyperstone heist is a blast! It was officially my first game I picked up with my Genny model 1 (Ebay purchase for the bare deck only). Anyway Hyperstone is standard TMNT fare in that it is like playing the arcade. But the music in this game is what keeps me coming back for more! I was totally blown away with the tracks the first time I heard them. Game play is easy and smooth as well. The Animation suffers but the backgrounds are nice to look at.

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Re: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Series (Score: 1)
by Genesisblackbelt on Friday, July 12 @ 23:28:23 EDT
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We would rent Hyperstone every other week. But we never bought it. I always beat the game with my brother dieing just before. That is a really hard to find game over here.

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Re: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Series (Score: 1)
by deaddudegod on Wednesday, August 07 @ 23:57:57 EDT
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The Hypersone Heist is a brilliant conversion of the arcade original, and has a few nice touches (like being able to choose whether you want their colourings to be from the original comics where they were different shades of green, or the cartoon where they were all the same colour). Tournament Fighters kicked ass, and was one of the few decent licenced beat-em-ups of its day.

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Re: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Series (Score: 0)
by Anonymous on Wednesday, November 12 @ 07:38:21 EST

it's like a 8bit game-just i haven't words

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