|Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Dimension X Assault|
|Release date||1995 (North America)|
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Dimension X Assault is a stand-alone handheld video game developed by Tiger Electronics, and released in 1995. It is the only video game to take a character and design from the Red Sky episodes of the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series.
The game's chief villain is Berserko, who has a plan to destroy the Earth as revenge on the Ninja Turtles. He utilizes "Gamma Bombs", which must be deactivated at the end of every level (save for the final stage), and finally appears in his "Annihilater" (sic) vehicle as the final boss.
The game's instruction manual is known for taking liberties with the series' canon (relegating all of the general foes to being servants of Berserko), character identification mistakes (swapping Donatello and Michaelangelo's portraits, referring to the Foot Soldiers only as "Cyber-Soldiers"), massive amounts of typographical errors, and overuse of outdated slang on an embarrassing level even for its period of release.
| Dedicated Handhelds |
TMNT · Splinter Speaks · Shredder's Last Stand · TMNT Basketball · Dimension X Assault · The Next Mutation · Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles · Shredder Gets Shelled · Four for Four · TMNT Electronic Pinball
| Dedicated Consoles |
Pinball · The Way of the Warrior · Battle for the City · Mutant and Monster Mayhem
| Flash Games |
Double Damage · Dark Horizons · Sewer Run · Throw Back! · Ninja Turtle Tactics 3D · Donnie Saves A Princess · The Final Slice · Booyakasha Blitz · Shadow Heroes · Mouser Mayhem · Skewer In The Sewer · What's Your Pizza Topping? · Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: City Showdown
| Flash Game Crossovers |
Super Mini Puzzle Heroes · Super Brawl 3: Good vs. Evil · Super Brawl 3: Just Got Real · Monkey Quest · Ultimate Hero Clash! · Ultimate Hero Clash 2 · Nick Kingdoms · Scary Brawl · Champions of the Chill · Super Brawl 4 · Super Brawl World · Super Brawl Universe