For detailed information about this series, see: Turtle Bridge at In the AtticTurtle Bridge is a videogame released by Nintendo in the Game & Watch Wide Screen series on September 8, 1981. The game features two buttons to move left and right a man, who has to bring parcels form one shore to the opposite by hopping on turtles.
The game was also included in Game & Watch Gallery 3, released for Game Boy Color on August 4, 1999, where it's featured in two versions: "Classic", based on the original game, and "Modern", with updated gameplay and graphics featuring Mario characters.
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|Game & Watch Gallery||February 01, 1997||Turtle Bridge is included in Game & Watch Gallery as one of the "Gallery Corner" games and in Game & Watch Gallery 3 as a playable game.||2
|Mario||August 04, 1999||UNDIRECT: Modern Turtle Bridge within Game & Watch Gallery 3 features elements from the Mario series.||1
|Yoshi||August 04, 1999||UNDIRECT: Goonies from Yoshi's Island make an appearance in Modern Turtle Bridge within Game & Watch Gallery 3.||1
|Super Smash Bros.||November 21, 2001||In one of Mr. Game & Watch's moves he uses a turtle from Turtle Bridge; the protagonist of the game and a turtle appear as a spirit in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.||1
|Wario||April 29, 2009||A microgame version of Turtle Bridge is featured in WarioWare: D.I.Y.||2|