TMNT Shredder’s Revenge Bosses List

In Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge there are a number of different enemy types that players face off against. Many of these enemies are simple grunts, but some are more complex like the game’s various bosses. There are a bunch of bosses that players fight in the game. To keep track of them all here’s a complete TMNT Shredder’s Revenge bosses list



How Many Bosses are in TMNT Shredder’s Revenge?

TMNT Shredder’s Revenge is divided into Episodes. Each Episode in the game is a specific stage. At the end of each stage there is a boss fight. There are 16 Episodes to complete in the game. Every Episode has a boss fight, and some even have two. This means the total amount of bosses to fight to complete the game stands at 16. The bosses you fight in the game are as follows:

  1. Bebop.
  2. Rocksteady.
  3. Turtle Tenderizer.
  4. Groundchuck & Dirtbag.
  5. Rat King.
  6. Tempestra.
  7. Bebop & Rocksteady.
  8. Wingnut.
  9. Leatherhead.
  10. Metalhead.
  11. Captain Zorax.
  12. Baxter Stockman.
  13. General Traag.
  14. Chrome Dome.
  15. Slash.
  16. Krang.
  17. Shredder.
  18. Statue of Tyranny.
  19. Super Shredder.

The video linked above from Hold To Reset’s YouTube channel shows all 19 of the boss fights. To complete either the Story mode or the Arcade mode you must defeat all 19 bosses list. There are a few achievements tied to defeating the bosses as well.



Image showing Casey Jones fighting Bebop in Episode 1 of TMNT Shredder's Revenge.
Casey Jones taking on Bebop.

While you fight the bosses listed above you want to be on the look out for each Episode’s collectibles. There are a number to find as part of the game’s various Strange Requests. Completing the Strange Requests earns you Points to level up your character and unlocks achievements.

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