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TMNT: Mutant Madness Beginners Guide and Tips

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With so much available from the Ninja Turtles franchise if one ever thought that was enough, here comes another addicting offering for the nostalgic fans. Since Sep 2020, TMNT: Mutant Madness is available across iOS and Android platforms for the Ninja turtle fans to enjoy and relive some great characters. This new RPG version features a storyline that is believed to be in the continuation of the original 1987 plot. The creators from Kongregate’s Synapse studio has made sure that the comic element stays alive while you progress in the game. The game has galore of characters for players to collect and fight fierce battles with original Ninja Turtle villains out in the streets of New York, right where it ended. So without further ado let’s get into the basics of the game with our TMNT: Mutant Madness Beginners Guide and tips.

Gameplay Overview

Simple intuitive gameplay that allows you to select your favorite characters and team up against bad guys. The battles are automated allowing single-hand gameplay and the user can jump in by performing specials skills at the right time and focusing on the weakest enemy.

TMNT Mutant Madness Guide

The simple trick is to outnumber the defending party at the earliest (by targeting the weaker links first) to wipe out the opposition and advance to the next stage.

Meet your Heroes

It is a magnanimous roster featuring all TMNT licensed characters to ever appear in the comic. Each champ is available in 5-star ratings. While 1-star and 2-stars champs will be easier to get early in the game, players will have to do some griding to get their hands on 3 stars and above.

Make sure you level up your champions to clear the maximum levels at ease. Whenever it starts to get tough, it is time to get a higher-ranking character or level up your champions. Make sure to pay attention to each hero’s skills to understand which skill has more damage points, range, and overall impact. The entire hero list for TMNT Mutant Madness consists of:

TMNT Mutant Madness Guide
  • Antrax
  • April O’Neil
  • Baxter Stockman
  • Bebop
  • Casey Jones
  • Dementor
  • Donatello
  • Dregg
  • Genghis Frog
  • Granitor
  • Karai
  • Krang
  • Leatherhead
  • Leonardo
  • Lotus Blossom
  • Michelangelo
  • Mona Lisa
  • Mondo Gecko
  • Napoleon Bonafrog
  • Raphael
  • Rahzar
  • Ray Fillet
  • Rocksteady
  • Shredder
  • Skaarg
  • Slash
  • Splinter
  • Super Irma
  • Tempestra
  • Tokka
  • Traag
  • Zak
  • Zorax

The fun part

A good game turns great if it allows you to grow with every moment spent in it. TMNT: Mutant Madness has no dearth of such features. Besides a base adventure mode, it features a challenge mode that refreshes weekly and offers great rewards for the new players. The player can also group into clans and progress faster together.

The game also features a PvP mode, where you can challenge a real player squad just like your and progress in global ranking or evaluate your squad’s strengths and weaknesses. The player can also build a Lair as they progress, which is a source of hero boosts and other items. The best part is that lair works in the background even if you are offline or have not logged in for a few days, you get your fair share.

TMNT Mutant Madness Guide : Tips and Tricks

If you are just starting out, here are our basic tips and tricks which will guide you to progress throughout the game in TMNT Mutant Madness.

1.Make most of your daily challenges and special quests

They are a great source of boost and unique rewards. This will allow you to have more new champions faster and upgrade the current one in lesser time. Focus on leveling up the season pass as it opens the opportunity for greater rewards. The more you grow your season pass the higher will be rewarded at the end of the season.

2. Focus on the skills, not the heroes, unless you love a character

TMNT Mutant Madness Guide

Yes, try to remember the unique skills that each champion possesses. Look for the one that involves a bulk attack rather than a focused attack. As it allows you to deal greater damage and finishes the battle in no time. Some characters like Baxter, Bebop, Leonardo, Raphael, Super Irma, etc. can cause damage to enemy parties on a massive scale.

3. Keep building the Lair

Focus on upgrading your lair early in the game, the more upgraded or unlocked your Lair, the easier it gets for you to upgrade your characters. If you are looking for a most recommended order of upgrade here is an ideal sequence for you to follow: Ooze Refinery, Scrap Collector, Research Lab, Dojo, Workshop, and Advanced Lab.

4. Do not hoard too much, and go all-in

Good players have a bad habit to start hoarding in anticipation of making the later. Well, you can make an exception in this one. Since the production continues in offline hours there is no dearth of boosters and other resources. If you are starting, feel free to play all in, and you will notice that you progress much faster and open door to better things that are worth keeping. Make sure to upgrade your current champs to their max without making any exceptions. Give priority to champs with a group attack skill versus focus attacks.

5. Let the madness overpower you

While many a time it may seem that opponent power meter is higher, do not hesitate to jump in and try out. The gameplay allows you to channel your skills to a single enemy or a target group. Always attack in the direction of weakest links first and eliminate them to make it easy for your team to handle the rest.

Follow these tips and tricks for quick progress and if you still feel you are not fast enough, give in to the ads, as they give you hefty bonus rewards and free temporary period boost. Keep playing and Cowabunga!

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