Sorry I didn't see this thread sooner (I'm Shadowman, the person who took the photo in the first post).
I did try to take some movies of each level but my PC struggled to record anything that would be deamed as watchable but there is a full walkthrough on NikoNiko (You need an account to watch them though): http://www.nicovideo.jp/search/rockmen+r
Its a really fun doujin game, better than most of the Rom Hacks of Megaman 2 and such I've played. The game feels like a compilation of bits taken from the original Rockman series featuring enemies and stage designs reminisent to the earlier games (especially the Nes games). For example, Lazer Mans level is a cross between Star Mans stage (with enemies and low gravity) and Quick Mans stage (Damned instant kill lasers
Boss fights are hit and miss though, some are pretty fun (like Lazer Man and Puppet Man) and others are to easy (Rapid Man).
The fortress levels can get a bit manic as well, a couple of bits in Fortress stage 2 and 3 require quite a bit of trial and error before finally managing to complete them, nothing that ruins the game but a couple of bits that come close to spoiling the fun. The Fortress levels do have the bonus of having you face off against bosses from previous games:
Fortress Boss 1 - Cutman
The mid boss of Fortress Stage 2 - Forte
Fortress Boss 2 - Heatman
Fortress Boss 3 - Airman
Fortress Boss 4 - Rockman
And of course - Wily in his capsule.
All the bosses fight like they do in their respective games (Forte fights like his Wily Stage 1 fight in Rockman 7). Megaman is closest to the Rockman? battle in Rockman Rockman. Wily fights like a much simplified version of his Rockman 7 capsule battle.
The other thing I really liked about this game was the music, all the stage tunes sound really nice and there is even a great remix of Rockman 2's Wily stage 1 theme for Fortress stage 1.
Hell, are there any good scans of the front cover or manual? I'm liking what little I can see of the RMs. /will look into this tomorrow
I could try and get better pictures of the front/back of the case + disc but my camera isn't great. The game didn't actually come with a manual which was slightly disapointing.