Ninja Turtles: Legends
Ninja Turtles: Legends
Role Playing
4.5 Review



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Ludia Inc.

592.7 MB

Sep 21, 2021


Ludia Inc.

105 MB

October 19, 2021


Ludia Inc.


April 9, 2021


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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Legends is a role-playing video game based on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise, primarily on the 2012 series, developed and published by Ludia. It was released for iPhone, iPad, Android, and Kindle Fire in June 2016. It follows a free-to-play business model.

At every turn, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have thwarted Kraang Prime’s plans to terraform the Earth into Dimension X. What’s an evil overlord to do? Hatch a nefarious new scheme, to create an army of Ultra Mutants! Everywhere, the Kraang have kidnapped mutants - including the Ninja Turtles - for their DNA!


With his brothers pulled through a Kraang Dimension X portal, Leonardo must recruit the Ninja Turtles’ allies and foes alike before it’s too late. Hang on to your shells!

How to play

In Legends, players take control of a group of mutants populated by characters from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise (primarily the characters from the 2012 series, but other iterations of certain characters also appear) to combat and defeat other similar groups encountered in the game.


Rewards are given for every victory and are either selected at random based on the stage played or by a prize wheel that will spin until a tap from the player stops it. Certain rewards will allow players to summon and collect other characters (both heroes and villains) for use in battle.



Explore the Turtles universe with an All-New Original story. Battle your way through 7 chapters and over 70 stages to take on the baddest of bosses - Shredder, Kraang and more!



For a limited time, play and experience an all-new chapter based on this summer’s blockbuster, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows! When their recon mission goes awry, the Turtles must take on the Foot Clan and favourite bad boys Bebop and Rocksteady! Fight to win and collect these exclusive characters!



Help Leonardo as he takes on the Kraang army to save his brothers and fellow mutants. Play alongside Leonardo in a 5-on- 5 battle with your favorite TMNT characters.



Collect and level up over 30 TMNT characters! Train them to learn their super sweet moves and build your Turtle-rrific team! Don’t forget to pack your freezer for Ice Cream Kitty!



For the very first time, fight the Kraang as a Ninja Turtle friend… or FOE! Collect and play as Tiger Claw, Rocksteady, Bebop, and more. Create strategic teams and take on the Kraang!



Collect daily prizes and card packs to enhance your team!



Fight against the Kraang in the Ninja Turtles’ favorite locations from the TV show, including Dimension X, the sewers, and the classic New York City rooftops!


Gentlemen, let’s save the world!

Editors' Review

Ninja Turtles: Legends ©Copyright by Gamdise Do not Reproduce. By JoJo


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Legends is the first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game to fit into the F2P/collect your heroes model on mobile games. It focus on a single franchise where you collect characters to build a team and do battle through various modes against AI and limited PvP opponents. One of the true delights of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Legends is seeing just how many characters made it into the mix, including everything like obvious choices like the Turtles themselves, Casey Jones, and April O’Neil to mutant foes like Snakeweed, Pizza Face, and The Creep.


You can collect variations of the Ninja Turtles from the original comic book, the ’80s cartoon, movie iterations, the current Nickelodeon run, and even some additional oddball variants. Villains and sidekick types are generally pulled from the Nickelodeon run, but there’s always opportunity for Ludia to add in characters as time goes on. Still, what’s there from the beginning is strong enough to get collectors hooked.


Graphically they’ve done a great job. The characters look great, and they are animated well.  Characters have a basic attack and special moves that will unlock as the character levels up. There are challenge-style levels, timed tournaments, a campaign mode, and special events that come and go. Gameplay is the same across these events, but you’ll see different types of enemies or different graphical themes. Stage backgrounds range from fairly basic back alleys to hyper-stylized environments (including a black and white world from the original comic book). Menus looks nice, and there are plenty of satisfying particle effects to make unlocking stuff feel fun.



The game's story mode features an original story from the 2012 series universe and includes seven chapters, each with its own set of stages and level of difficulty. The game's over-the-top plot involves Leonardo trying to find and reunite with his brother after an unexpected separation. In the process, Leo meets and works with a number of characters from the series, including villains. Each stage rates the player and offers random items as rewards upon completion, usually items used to upgrade characters, mutagens, warp passes, and occasionally dollars.



Tournament mode allows players to face other players' teams in battle. Each tournament lasts for a week and gives a theme based on a specific role. Victory will result in players gaining 25 to 35 points, while defeat means players will lose 7 to 10 points. There are several layers, each with 100 points. The more matches won in the tournament, the higher the player's score, and therefore the higher the player's ranking. Doing better than the first-place score at one level will allow the player to advance to the next level, but over time, the points accumulated by other players may bring the player back to the previous level. At the end of each game, players will receive random rewards based on their final ranking and number of points (although pizza points, dollar bills, and DNA cards are usually included). The prize after each win is determined by spinning the prize wheel.



Almost all game modes in Legends (except for the special event phase) require a certain amount of pizza points to play. The player's default pizza points will increase according to the player's overall level. Higher levels allow more pizza points at the beginning. The pizza point is displayed in the upper left corner of the screen and is represented by a slice of pepperoni pizza. The simpler stages require fewer pizza points (usually 6 or 8), while the more difficult stages require players to spend more points (ranging from 12 to 16 points). Players can replenish their pizza points by visiting a pizzeria or waiting and letting the pizza points replenish themselves slowly. Pizza points can also be obtained from the prize rounds of some games.



Greenbacks (which look like dollar bills) are the game's main form of currency, and are given to the player as rewards after completing some stages or achieving certain in-game goals. Greenbacks can be spent in the game's shop to collect mutagen, items or DNA cards. Greenbacks can also be used in the pizza shop to get more pizza points. Real-world money can be used to purchase a greater number of greenbacks.



DNA cards are similar to trading cards and are used to summon and enhance characters. Collecting a specific number of cards will allow players to summon a character (which can then be used immediately), while additional cards can be collected to increase a character's power after a certain amount has been acquired. DNA cards are awarded upon completion of difficult stages as well as from prize rounds, reaching specific goals, stores, and in-app purchases made with real money.



Canisters of mutagen can be used to quickly add experience values to characters to quickly level them up and make them more powerful. Once the correct items have been collected, mutagens can also be used to increase the power of various abilities for characters. Mutagens are widely distributed throughout the game, but not always in large quantities, including from stores, completion stages, prize wheels, and card packs.


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Legends is worth a try for some mindless collection and turn-based combat fun, but do try to avoid sinking too much money into the experience. While the game does charge real money for certain features (such as instantly upgrading a character or acquiring extra in-game currency), spending money is not essential to playing the game. Like most of these collection games, when you reach the end of the line for unlocking stuff, you generally are pretty burnt out and ready to move on. Here’s hoping that the game evolves with time.


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