|Posted by Chiara CalÚ on January 14, 2019 at 4:00 PM|
The soundtrack for this video game is amazing. The bassline follows you throughout the game; hadn't the game been so difficult, I would have danced to it.
"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" is one of the first video games I have ever owned. I remember the underwater level, how I would painstakingly surmount it ("Hurry! Hurry Faster!!"), and get to level 3. In the meantime, about 45 minutes passed: I had to power off and do my homework. There was no way to save progress, so the next day I would have to start from scratch (ouch).
I also remember how hard it was losing a turtle (*sob*).
I never went beyond level 3. Oh, by the way, there are six levels in total.
Only recently I've discovered how this video game ends, thanks to YouTube. Here it is (credits to MaXingTien): https://youtu.be/rfD6tRhYQrg
This soundtrack surely brings back a memory or two.
If you like 8bit music, it's worth checking out.
Title Screen / Opening / Cutscene
Areas 1-4 Overworld (Streets)
Areas 1-1, 3-2 & 4 Stage Theme
Area 2-1: Underwater
Area 2-1: Underwater (Hurry)
Area 2-1: Underwater (Hurry Faster!!)
Areas 1-2, 2-2, 3-1 & 6 Stage Theme
Area 5: FootClan Caverns
Area 5 Overworld (FootClan Base)
Lose A Turtle
Composer: Jun Funahashi
Release: August 17, 1990 (Europe)
Enjoy! (Credits to WiiGuy): https://youtu.be/SEA8cievfUE
Categories: Nintendo Entertainment System soundtracks
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