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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Madness is a mobile game developed by Synapse Games and published by Kongregate. It was released on September 16, 2020 for iOS and Android platforms after a brief closed beta period.[1] On January 14, 2022, a post on the game's official Discord server announced "After difficult discussions, we have decided to wind down development of new features," promising that tech support and economy events would continue but no new characters would be added to the game.

Appearing in Mutant Madness[]

Playable characters[]

Some of these characters may also show up as enemies or bosses

NPC enemies[]

Non-boss opponents. Most are classified as Minion status, but some might become playable in the future.

NPC bosses[]

Non-playable bosses. May be also fought as non-bosses, may become playable in the future.

Confirmed characters with unconfirmed roles[]

  • Dask (debut)
  • Kala
  • Medusa (debut)

Species[]

Locations[]

Roles[]

  • Mystery: The role of this hero has not yet been released.
  • Tank: A sturdy character, good at surviving damage and protecting their allies.
  • Brawler: A character focused on dealing a lot of damage in melee.
  • Blaster: A character focused on dealing a lot of damage at range.
  • Support: A character that aids their allies, improving their capabilities.
  • Trickster: A character that hinders their enemies, reducing their capabilities.
  • Skirmisher: A character with high mobility that excels at attacking enemies who thought they were safe.
  • Minion: A character with few abilities, often attacking in large groups.
  • Boss: A character with few abilities, often attacking in large groups.

Season Passes[]

"The calendar of events in TMNT: Mutant Madness is based on seasons, which are eight weeks long.

Each season, there is a Season Pass with many levels of rewards. Completing Daily Limited Time Quests will award pass points, which are used to level up the pass and get rewards.

A Premium Season Pass is an upgraded version of the Season Pass and is an in-app purchase that can be made by tapping Season Pass button in the Menu. The Premium Season Pass provides a bonus to ooze production, scrap production, and Adventure battle rewards."[2]

Trivia[]

References[]

  1. Cameron Bald (18 September 2020). TMNT: Mutant Madness is a fast-paced RPG available now on mobile (English). Pocket Tactics. Retrieved on September 30, 2022.
  2. Season Pass https://tmntmutantmadness.zendesk.com/

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