Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie is an action game for multiple systems. Each of the four versions of the game is slightly different: Natsume created the SNES game, as they did previously for the SNES Mighty Morphin Power Rangers from 1994; Sims created the Genesis and Game Gear versions; and Tom Create developed the Game Boy version. The SNES, Game Boy and Genesis games are all side-scrolling brawlers, while Game Gear version is a fighting game.
The games follow the plot of the movie, which sees recurring villains Rita Repulsa and Lord Zedd resurrect Ivan Ooze, only to then be betrayed and trapped by the cunning shapeshifter. The six rangers - including the White Ranger, Tommy - must power-up and unite to fight him and his minions in order to save Angel Grove, their families and their mentor Zordan.
Gameplay (SNES Version)
Upgraded from the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers video game, there are now two planes that the player can fight on. With the simple press of a button, the character flips to the top or bottom of the stage.
A special meter is now filled up by gathering lightning bolt pickups that a fallen enemy drops. When the meter is filled, the character can "morph" into their ranger suit, bringing their health bar back to 100% and being able to deal more damage than in their normal form. This is different from the original game in that there were set points in the level where the character would "morph".