9 platafromas distintas, y casi 9 juegos distintos hechos por varios equipos de programación.
But it is one of the biggest multi-releases to be an almost completely different game on every platform.
SNES (Beat em up by Konami):
NES (Also a beat em-up by Konami, but more like TMNT2 on the NES)
Genesis/ Mega Drive ( action platformer by Malibu for Sega. I always thought it was kinda clunky.)
Sega CD/ Mega CD (this one contains all the levels from the Genesis game, but adds driving levels and a CD soundtrack. The driving levels are a new game on their own, and can be played separately from the Genesis 2D levels. Also from Malibu and Sega ):
Sega Master System (This one is also an action platformer, but developed by a Japanese team. I like it more than the Mega Drive game. I think this one was only released in Europe.) :
Game Gear (This one is just like the Master System game, but it does have different level layouts)
Atari Lynx (this one is a Double Dragon styled beat em up, but on a flat plain. It was developed by Atari, I guess?):
MS-DOS (This is a point and click game, it has nice graphics, but the gameplay does not look so hot):
Amiga (another 2D beat em up, but this one is completely different from the rest of them):
It was like a game of roulette depending on which console/ system you owned back in the day. The SNES game is one of the best. Though I also like the SEGA CD racing segments and the Master System and Game Gear games are neat.