TMNT Mutant Madness Tier List and Guide 2021

Kongregate released TMNT Mutant Madness for mobile and is available for download for free on the play store and app store. This game is an idle gacha with base building and management aspects to it.

Grab your pizza and your nunchucks, because TMNT: Mutant Madness is now available as a free download on iOS and Android devices. Developed by Kongregate’s Chicago-based studio, Synapse, and published by Nickelodeon, TMNT: Mutant Madness picks up where the 1987 animated series left off, ushering in a brand-new adventure for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to take part in wherever you may be.


TMNT: Mutant Madness

It is based on the hit TV series Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

TMNT Mutant Madness Guide

The game offers PvE, PvP, and Clan battles. At the start, you will only have access to the PvE campaign mode. Only after completing missions/stages, will you unlock new room/buildings in your Base that gives you access to other modes.

How to get Heroes in TMNT Mutant Madness

Hero Bits are the in-game currency that you produce in the lab. You can also get Hero Bits by completing the quests and missions. Hero-Bits categorized in a few types 2-star hero bits, 3-star hero bits, 4-star hero bits. 

Hero roles

Each hero character in TMNT Mutant Madness has a specific role, similar to most RPG games

  • Tank – Have high hp and can protect your allies
  • Brawler – melee attacker
  • Blaster – ranged attacker
  • Support – Support team members with heals and buffs
  • Trickster – heroes with cc like stun etc.
  • Skirmisher – Have High Speed
TMNT Mutant Madness Guide 2020

List of Characters

Following is the list of characters in TMNT: Mutant Madness during release.

  • Raphael
  • Michelangelo
  • Baxter
  • April
  • Leatherhead
  • Leonardo
  • Super Irma
  • Casey Jones
  • Antrax
  • Bebop
  • Dementor
  • Donatella
  • Dregg
  • Genghis
  • Granitor
  • Karai
  • Krang
  • Lotus
  • Mona Lisa
  • Napoleon
  • Rahzar
  • Rocksteady
  • Shredder
  • Skaarg
  • Slash
  • Splinter
  • Tempestra
  • Tokka
  • Traag
  • Zak

and more to come

Turtle Power

As battles rage on, you’ll be able to activate special abilities for your characters, giving you a leg up on your foes.

What’s great about combat is that even if all but one of your characters get knocked out, they’ll all be ready to go in the next encounter without having to use any healing or other forms of resources.

As you progress, you can level up your characters making them more powerful, which will be needed as the difficulty level increases with each encounter. A pre-fight gauge will show your potential success rate, which allows you to prepare for each encounter.

It’s a worthwhile strategy to do so as well, since each victory will reward you with resources that will allow you to unlock additional abilities and increase your characters’ level ratings.

You’ll also build up your lair, which will reward you with additional resources even when you’re not playing. Again, this isn’t necessarily anything new for this type of game, but it’s a pretty good feeling to come back into the game and see the resources that have been added while you were away.

Timed community events are also available, giving players additional resources to level up and earn other rewards. A ranked leaderboard shows how your progress compares to other players, adding a fun competitive element to the game.

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