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Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
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Series Game Grumps
Console SNES
Episodes 5
Playlist Mighty Morphin Power Rangers for the Super Nintendo!
Run January 5, 2013 - January 13, 2013
Status Hiatus
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Mighty Morphin Power Rangers is the thirty-second game played by Jon and Arin on Game Grumps.

Episodes Edit

  1. Morphing Time
  2. Palette Swap'd
  3. Jason the Dolphin
  4. Oh My Badness
  5. Polearm Axe

Game information Edit

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers is the title of five different video games based on the television series of the same name, which were released for the Sega Genesis, Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Game Boy, Game Gear, and Sega CD. The Nintendo versions of the game were released by Bandai, while the Sega versions were published by Sega themselves.

The SNES version of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers is a side-scrolling action game composed of seven stages, with two different gameplay styles. In the initial five areas, the player controls one of the five original Power Rangers (Jason, Zack, Kimberly, Billy, and Trini) as they're sent to a location that is being invaded by Rita Repulsa's Putty Patrolers. The player begins the area as their selected character's civilian form, who will fight enemies using their unique hand-to-hand fighting style. After reaching a certain point of the stage, the player character will transform into their Ranger form until they defeat the boss at the end of the Area. As a Power Ranger, the player will attack using their character's signature weapon, as well have access to a greater repertoire of special techniques and abilities than their regular counterpart such as body blows and wall jumps. The ranger will also have a special attack that will damage all on-screen enemies at once, but can only be used once until replenished.

In the final two areas, the player will control the Megazord and fight against a giant monster. While controlling the Megazord, the player will have a power gauge below their life gauge that will determine what kind of special attacks the Megazord can perform. Depending on how much the power gauge has been filled, the Megazord can perform one of four possible special attacks. There are also two-player versions of these Megazord battles accessible via passcodes in which the second player can control the enemy monster.

The seven bosses in the game are all based on villains which were featured during the first season of the series.

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