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Mega Man Helmet.png Mega Man Logo.png Energy Tank.png
General mm2woodWood ManJohn Notwoodman
Events 1st Anniversary of Wood Man's Debut2nd Anniversary of Wood Man's Debut5th Anniversary of Wood Man's Debut
Albums Wood man's very nice album ...feat. mega man, i guess
Frequently ripped tracks Flash Man StageWood Man Stage
Playlists
Main series Mega Man234567891011
X: Mega Man XX2X3X4X6
Zero: Mega Man Zero234
ZX: Mega Man ZXAdvent
Battle Network: Mega Man Battle Network235
Star Force: Mega Man Star Force3: Black Ace

Collections / Remakes: Anniversary (Rockman 2 Complete Works) • Powered UpZeroLegacy (2)
Spin-offs Mega Man: The Wily WarsMega Man II (Game Boy)Mega Man V (Game Boy)Mega Man & BassMega Man's Soccer
Related Wood Man (playlist) • nicetunes
Crossovers Super Smash Bros.: Wii U and 3DS (3DSfor Wii U)Ultimate
Fake games Mega Man 2 Concert SeriesMega Man: Date My Robot Master
Fan games Rockman 4 Minus InfinityMy Little Pony: Dr. Discord's Conquest!Mighty No. 9Megaman sprite christmas

Mega Man is a popular video game developed and published by Capcom for the NES/Famicom in 1987 in the US and Japan, and 1989 in Europe. The game's composer is Manami Matsumae.

Overview

The game features a robot named Mega Man who must stop the evil Dr. Wily and his robot masters from taking over the world.

The game consists of seven levels to play as, six of which are playable at the start of the game. These levels are home for the robot masters, whom Mega Man must defeat. Once all six levels are beaten and the robot masters defeated, the seventh and last level is unlocked.

The game was a critical hit upon release due to the game's fast pace, high-quality audio and visuals, and difficulty. The game would spawn five direct sequels on the NES, and created one of the highest grossing franchises for Capcom.

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