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Native Linux beat-'em-up Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder's Revenge received its Dimension Shellshock DLC on August 31st, with discounts available for both the DLC and the base game.

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The newly-released expansion adds Miyamoto Usagi and Karai as playable characters, along with a new dimension-traversing Survival Mode. A free update to the base game, also released today, adds a selection of new character colour-palettes for players to use.

The Dimension Shellshock DLC has a 10% launch discount until September 7th, and the main game is 30% off on Steam until September 14th, so if you've been holding off on picking up the Turtles' latest adventure, now might be the time to jump in and kick some shell!

From the official description;


Chaos! The Neutrinos crash the Turtles’ latest pizza party! The teenagers from Dimension X are in dire need of help: Shredder is seeking to conquer the multiverse itself!

Our heroes need to jump between dimensions and stop Shredder once and for all!


Enter a brand new game mode: Survival Mode.

Crystal Clear! Fight off the Foot Clan hordes to grab Dimension Crystals! Collecting enough crystals allows you to travel through different dimensions and chase down the nefarious Shredder!

Choose wisely. Each victory yields two portals offering different bonuses. Your choice will determine your next dimensional battle!
Grab special pizzas, mysterious perks or even mutate into the Turtles’ greatest foes!

Level up, dude! Grow stronger through each run across dimensions! You can even unlock exclusive character colors along the way!


Dimension Shellshock brings new playable fighters with Usagi and Karai.

The steely rabbit samurai is ready to hop across dimensions to fight evil and witness a new style of otherworldly battles awaiting the Turtles!

Whether an ally or an enemy, Karai doesn’t hesitate to leap into the multiversal melee alongside the Turtles! Using her lightning-fast techniques, she fights to bring back honor to the Foot Clan!


● Show off your ninja skills in the brand new Survival Mode!
● Collect crystals and travel across dimensions that pay tribute to multiple TMNT eras
● New playable characters: fight as Usagi and Karai in the Story, Arcade and Survival Modes!
● Amazing new tracks by Tee Lopes!
● Exclusive color palettes to unlock. Take a stroll down mutant memory lane with new oozy hues!
● Battle your way up the Survival mode leaderboards!

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder's Revenge - Dimension Shellshock DLC is available now on Steam, and the base game can be purchased from Steam and Humble Store.

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StoneColdSpider Aug 31, 2023
Shell Yeah!!!...... Time to rescue April O'Neil again........ To the Turtle Blimp!!!.........
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My kids and I still haven't finished the base game. We can't be far though. I'll probably get the DLC after we do finish the main game.
Pengling Sep 2, 2023
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Quoting: StoneColdSpiderShell Yeah!!!...... Time to rescue April O'Neil again........ To the Turtle Blimp!!!.........
The blimp cameos in the game a couple of times, funnily enough.

Quoting: 14My kids and I still haven't finished the base game. We can't be far though. I'll probably get the DLC after we do finish the main game.
I'm in the same situation - I'm only on my second playthrough (first was with Donatello, second with Splinter - wanted to start with my two favourite characters), and have a lot left to do! I'll definitely be grabbing the DLC when I'm done with everything in the main game. The free colour-palette update looks great, at least - some good options there, and it finally fixed the ugly scaling on portable displays when you're not using any of the graphical filters, too, which was a nice bonus.
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