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Mighty Morphin Power Rangers The Movie

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers The Movie is the title of four different video game adaptations of the film of the same name which were released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Sega Mega Drive/Genesis, Game Boy and Game Gear. While the games were ostensibly based on the film, they also featured characters and plot elements from the second season of the original TV series. Like the previous game versions of the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, none of the four versions of the movie game were parts of each other.

The Super NES version is a side-scrolling action game similar to the previous SNES game based on the series. The game can be played by one or two players with six available characters. Billy and Kimberly return from the previous game along with Tommy, the White Ranger, as well as Rocky, Adam, and Aisha, who replaced the other three rangers from the original game.

The player begins each stage as his or her character’s civilian persona. Instead of automatically transforming into their Ranger persona like in the previous game, the player must fill up a “Morphing meter” next to their life gauge by picking up thunderbolt-shaped items. These items are dropped by enemies and can also be used to perform special attacks. Filling up the “Morphin'” meter again while in Ranger mode will allow the player to use their character’s signature weapon for a limited time or perform a super attack. The game features a two-lane system similar to the Fatal Fury series, allowing players to jump between the foreground lane or the background lane (the player can also perform attacks that will send enemies to the other lane).

The game consists of seven stages. The player fights against Lord Zedd’s Putty Patrol until reaching the end of stage boss. The first five bosses are all monsters from the TV show’s second season, while the sixth boss is an original creation for the game. The final boss is Ivan Ooze, the film’s antagonist. Unlike the first game, there are no giant robot battles in this version, although the Ninja Megazord from the film (and the show’s third season) makes an appearance during the ending sequence.

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