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Megaman polarity flash game remake. Mega Man is known as Rockman in Japan. Mega Man was created and modified by Dr. Light to combat Wily and made famous by the NES/SNES. This reconstructed Megaman online flash game is based on the following story: Several weeks agao Dr. Light encounted technology from the future through a fighter plane known as the Ikarugap. The ship, thought from the future, was a technological breakthrough even in its own time. It had the ability to switch between the two distinct polarities and absorb whichever polarity it was set to. Dr. Light was intrigued by this technology and, shortly after his encounter with the Ikaruga, integrated the technology into his own technological marvel, Megaman. Have Fun!
Do you like some classic action, and do you also enjoy to play a good action game online? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would like to play the free retro Megaman Polarity game online right now. Am I right? ;)
Mouse to click play game. Arrow keys to move. Shift to switch shield. Space to fire. Hold Space to fire a big fireball. The game fits into the action/platform genre. There are 6 stages and in each stage our hero is faced with many obstacles along the way. Waiting at the end of each stage is the level boss known as robot masters. When defeated the boss relinquishes their weapon and the power of that weapon is passed on to Mega Man. After completion of the 6th stage, the 7th and final stage, and the four boss characters are revealed.
Mega Man also known as Rock Man is one of the most successful action video game franchises of all time. The character has appeared in over 50 games in the last 20 years, and that statistic doesn't include any spin off ventures. Because of the variety of the gaming audience Mega Man has sold more copies then the much loved and successful Street Fighter franchise. The original characters was created by Keiji Inafune, and the game design by Tokuro Fujiwara. It was released by the Capcom Corporation for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1987. It was the first in a line of games that were later entitled the Mega Man Classic series. The classic video game series contained 8 games, aptly titled Mega Man 1-8.