The MiSTer FPGA platform continues to impress, this time thanks to support for Konami's legendary Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles arcade machine.
Considered to be one of the greatest scrolling fighters of all time, the game has been ported to home systems in the past – most recently as part of the excellent Cowabunga Collection on modern platforms – but being able to play it on MiSTer is a huge deal, as the FPGA hardware allows for a totally accurate replication of the original coin-op.
The bad news is that while you can grab the files now from the FPGA Gaming Discord server, the core isn't complete as yet; while it's running smoothly, there's currently no sound. However, Furrtek, the developer behind this core, is still hard at work, and we'd imagine that will be fixed fairly soon.
It's also anticipated that the game will become part of the official MiSTer public distribution soon as well, so you'll be able to download it using the trusty 'Update All' script.
If you'd like to give it a whirl now, check out this excellent tutorial from Pixel Cherry Ninja.