Hey all. You probably didn't know it, but Super Megaman 3 was released after a year and a half of work. Note that "Super Megaman 3" is just a title and has nothing to do with the actual Megaman 3, like Megaman 4+ did for that respective title. It's a totally original game for the most part, with a playable Blues in addition to Rock.Creator Notes:
This has been a whole year and a half in the making and I can't express how proud I am to see it complete! I hope you enjoy playing the game as much as I did making it!Story:
In the year 20XX, the world is at peace, until Bass tries to change that! With 8 robots stolen from Dr. Wily, he attempts world domination! Dr. Wily, being out of house and robots (except Alto, his helper robot), he pleads for the assistance of Mega Man and Protoman to stop Bass's plans on world domination! Can Mega Man and Protoman defeat Bass and all eight robot masters? You decide, in Super Mega Man 3!
<Z> - jump
<X> - shoot
Hold <X> - charge
<Left> - move left
<Right> - move right
<Up> - move up ladders
<Down> - move down ladders
<Down> + <Z> - slide
<A> - Quick toggle left
<S> - Quick toggle right
<Enter> - Pause Menu
in menu/stage select:
<Shift> - Switch between characters on stage select
<Enter/Z> - buy/start stage/go to selected roomt
<X> - go back to menu
F1 - 256 by 224 screen resolution
F2 - 512 by 448 screen resolution
F3 - 768 by 672 screen resolution
F4 - 1024 by 896 screen resolution
F5 - full screen mode
F6 - Reset the game (in case it glitches up)
Find any glitches?
Message me about them and I'll try to fix them as soon as I have the time!
Mega Man and all related content are copyrighted by CAPCOM.Download Here:http://gamejolt.com/games/action/super-mega-man-3/16652/
EDIT: My thoughts on the game after a quick play so far, are quite good. Despite the large WIAT! loading screen, the game itself seems to be pretty decent. It allows for a save feature, contains a built in database along with unlockable bonus content, and as far as the robot masters are concerned, I really like the sprite job for Arach Man. The game play allows for charge and slide features, and everything seems to be close to what it should be for the time spent creating it. The stages also have fun gimmicks, so this is actually a bit more entertaining in that area than more well known titles. Don't know why this game fell by the wayside, but I could surmise the title would have something to do with it. And who the hell is Alto?