Mega Man (1990)
Mega Man returns to familiar form in this mobile port of the NES platformer. The blue hero faces the same enemies, levels and music from the original game, but now ...
The sprites may be smaller, but the spirit of the classic shoot-'em-up, as well as its original level designs, remains intact.
Take the helm of the spaceship Opa-Opa and blast your way through countless enemies as you journey through fantastical levels.
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That the presentation of the mobile version of Marble Madness is executed so well makes the maddeningly obtuse controls that much more heartbreaking.
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