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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder's Revenge releases June 16

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It's now confirmed that Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder's Revenge will be launching on June 16, using FNA and it will have a Native Linux version.

"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge features groundbreaking gameplay rooted in timeless classic brawling mechanics, brought to you by the beat ’em up experts at Dotemu (Streets of Rage 4) and Tribute Games. Bash your way through gorgeous pixel art environments and slay tons of hellacious enemies with your favorite Turtle, each with his own skills and moves - making each run unique! Choose a fighter, use radical combos to defeat your opponents and experience intense combats loaded with breathtaking action and outrageous ninja abilities. Stay sharp as you face off against Shredder and his faithful Foot Clan alone, or grab your best buds and play with up to four players simultaneously!"

New trailer below:

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Game Features:

  • Leo, Raph, Donnie, Mikey, April O’Neil, Master Splinter, and Casey Jones as playable characters
  • Radical 6-player mode (local or online)
  • Timeless classic brawling game mechanics
  • Awesome vintage pixel art graphics
  • Rad soundtrack made by THE Tee Lopes (available digitally at launch)
  • Killer humor, pizza, nostalgia, and action-packed adventures
  • Cutest health bars of all time

While the Steam page doesn't yet mention Linux support directly, FNA developer and game porter Ethan Lee confirmed it very clearly on Twitter:

You have no idea how long I've been keeping this quiet... TMNT: Shredder's Revenge will be releasing on June 16, one week from now, for both Windows and native Linux. We've specifically made sure it's an at-home experience on Steam Deck from day one! One week!!!

You can wishlist / follow on Steam.

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Native Linux and Casey Jones.... count me in.....
Cyril 9 Jun
Damn great! I hope for a release outside Steam!
Drakker 10 Jun
Insta-buy right there!
Nod 10 Jun
My understanding is that FNA is an XNA Preservation project dedicated to providing a runtime for old XNA games to run on modern hardware. This looks like a new game. If true this suggests some developers are targeting the runtime for new games. Is this a trend or an isolated occurrence? Is using FNA for new games encouraged or discouraged? Perhaps EthanLee could comment?

Last edited by Nod on 10 June 2022 at 6:09 am UTC
Arehandoro 10 Jun
These are some awesome news! Can´t wait to play it!

Last edited by Arehandoro on 14 June 2022 at 12:20 pm UTC
My 1980s arcade flashbacks are hitting me!
faceless 10 Jun
I wonder if it will be available on gog, about the system requirements and basically if it will run on a raspberry pi 400. I have a few FNA games installed on my pi, like Celeste, FEZ and so on, and they run quite well.
Pengling 10 Jun
Limited Run Games now has physical PC versions listed, but they don't specify whether they include the Linux build, unfortunately. Maybe something to reach out about, for those interested in a boxed copy?
Cyril 11 Jun
Quoting: PenglingLimited Run Games now has physical PC versions listed, but they don't specify whether they include the Linux build, unfortunately. Maybe something to reach out about, for those interested in a boxed copy?

I would not count on it unfortunately...
Pengling 11 Jun
Quoting: CyrilI would not count on it unfortunately...
Yeah, me either. It's surprising how few outlets seem to realise that PC means "Personal Computer", not "Microsoft Windows".
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