Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Game Free Download & Install Guide

Author: Glenn Scrima
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First Download the Free Game Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles:

Choose from one of the following sites.



Free game download unavailableAbandonia : Download Game : Download Instructions


Free game download availableXTC Abandonware : Download Game : Download Instructions


Free game download unavailableMr Old Games : Download Game : Download Instructions


Free game download availableThe House of Games : Download Game : Download Instructions



Next Download & Install the Emulator Dosbox on Windows:

Go To: http://www.dosbox.com > Downloads Tab > Click the Windows version (Under the Dosbox category)

Dosbox homepage
Next: Run the downloaded installer file and install Dosbox on your hard drive in the directory C:\Games\TMNT. Simply entering this will create these folders for you.

Dosbox install
TMNT game folder
Next: Open the Games folder then the TMNT folder within it. Locate and then run Dosbox by double clicking on the Dosbox program icon.

Dosbox program
Next: At the the command prompt in Dosbox type "config -writeconf dosbox.conf" and then press the "Enter" key.

Creating the TMNT game config
Next: Type "exit" to exit Dosbox.

Exit DOS
Now: Locate and right click on the Dosbox config file. Click "open with" & select notepad.

Editing the config file
Finally: With the dosbox config file open scroll to the bottom. We are going to place some text below [autoexec]:

XTC Abandonware: For those who downloaded the game Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles from XTC Abandonware copy and paste the following text:

mount c c:\games\tmnt
c:
cd tmnt
tmntega

The House of Games: For those who downloaded the game Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles from The House of Games copy and paste the following text:

mount c c:\games\tmnt
c:
tmntega

Save and exit the config file when you are finished.


Now Lets Extract The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Free Game Download:

First: Right click on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game file you downloaded to your hard drive and click on "Extract All".

Extracting zip
Then: Click the "Next" button when the extractor launches. You will be asked where you would like to
extract the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles files, select "C:\Games\TMNT" . When you're done click "Next" again and the game files will begin to extract.

Zip program

Turtle Power!:

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles screenshot
Double click on the Dosbox program in the "C:\Games\TMNT" folder and the game Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will launch. Go kick some shell!

FAQ:
The config file is missing what do I do?
The game won't run on Windows Vista. What should I do?
The game runs sluggish. Is there a way to improve this?
How do I make the game launch in fullscreen mode?
How do I change the amount of RAM available?
How do I mount a hard drive or CD-ROM drive in Dosbox?
How do I change my machine type in Dosbox?
How do I capture a screenshot during gameplay?
I can't download from Abandonia. What should I do?
How do I close or exit Dosbox?

2 comments:

Jerry said...

Hey there Glenn,

I was trying to find another way to contact you, but this seems the only (obvious) way to do it.

I was wondering if you could help me identify a game from my early childhood.

You seem to know alot about old games, so i thought maybe you'd know which game i'm talking about.

All i know is it existed in 1992 (may have been created earlier), was a point and click adventure, with myst style graphics/animation, and that at some point, you had to steal a witch's stick to navigate islands (some of the islands were quicksand, and the witch's stick was used to find which ones were solid)

I've been searching for the game for years...

Anyways, any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated.

Drop me a line at jerry.blain@hotmail.com


Thanks!

Glenn Scrima said...

Hi Jerry, a title doesn't come to mind but thinking about it makes me wonder myself. That was the very early days of gaming on the PC for me so it is likely it was a game I just missed out on playing. When you say it was Myst style do mean in the sense that each area was essentially a still image with areas to manipulate. With the witch's stick and islands did it kind of have a funny element to it like say the Monkey Island series did? A google search seems to come up with nothing for me. Another place that might give you a lead is giantbomb.com, it's almost a wikipedia for games in the sense that it holds a wealth of info and is community updated. Let me know if you come up with anything and I'll post here if I come across anything myself.

Best,
Glenn