A beat 'em up/platforming/fighting game hybrid with an electro style. You can smack guys, attach their parts and get their abilities!
Reptile is doing wonderful things with this game. It's art style, music, and gameplay are all wonderfully mature for an alpha state game. It's 100% worth what they're asking for it right now, and I can only see this game's quality increase with promised bug fixes, new parts, levels, and other features on their way. Reptile has shown themselves to be attentive to the concerns of the community and I have faith that this final product will be a very memorable experience. There are problems, but that can only be expected of a game in alpha. If anything, this game exceeds my expectation of alpha games altogether.
Really a great game that is under the radar. I mean this mixes mega man, and super smash bros into one game, two games so many people love. Yet somehow this game isn't getting nearly the love it should be. I sincerely suggest people check this game out.
Srsly sooooo goooood! I remember the old times playing this game!
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At first glance Megabyte Punch might just look like a side-scrolling platformer with three dimensional graphics, and although the game does feature platforming, the real gameplay focus is on the combat. The fighting system is very satisfying specially due to one core mechanics of the game: the ability to switch the body parts of your character. These parts can be obtained through various ways and collecting all the different parts, exploring the different powers, set ups and building any character you want is what makes this game differ. Sadly there is no online multiplayer to be found. The potential for one is immense but only local multiplayer is really available.
In terms of plot Megabyte Punch actually tells a good story. There are two factions warring for control of the village you were made to protect. The intrigue here is that these factions will help you to take down the other faction and even persuade you into thinking that they are friendly when they are in fact just waiting to backstab you. The problem here is that the story itself its not very well delivered to the player and the characters are always so lifeless. This might have been thought out to make the experience of the player feel more "retro" but I fear that most of the players will just skip the dialogues and miss out on the plot.
Megabyte Punch has a good balance between Retro and Modern and the soundtrack is one perfect example of this. It sounds very modern while having a more retro feeling. The "blocky" graphics are somewhat resembling of a pixelated sprite and the gameworld is actually side-scrolling, both working towards that "retro" feeling. The world is layered through different levels each one with an unique look and feel to it. On the end of each world there is a boss fight that will reward you a special part from himself. Theese boss fights are the climax of Megabyte Punch. The overall Artificial Intelligence of the game is well done, proving to be somewhat challenging and all the bosses are unique both in design and skills wich make them real fun to beat and very rememberable.
• Final thoughts
In overall Megabyte Punch is a very entertaining experience and a greatly well done game. It has everything to be an excellent game: wonderful gameplay and mechanics, an awesome soundtrack, an interesting plot and a colorful aesthetic but has little issues that prevent him to become so much greater. The lack of Online Multiplayer really hinders this game. But still this is a must play for any type of gamer and I hope that one that day we see a sequel to Megabyte Punch.
i never ever played a game that was so addicting. ever since i started playing this game i never stoped. i play this game everyday.whoever created this game. THANKKKKKKKKKKK YOUUUUUUUUUUUUU !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. MAY GOD BLESS YOU !!!!!!!!
Mega Man platform action with tons of customization and great boss fights. Delightful art style. Just, damn charming.
Game avesome crazy)))
Smash Bros with interchangeable movesets. Excellent, and co-op!
Brings back nostalgia of playing Megaman on the Sega Megadrive with my cousins. The graphics are great, the gameplay is very fun, the theme is consistant, and is very polished in general You can also play with your friends sharing the PC. Money well spent.
The demo has a lot to offer and I highly recommend giving it a shot- it's free and small download size, so why not?
Thanks guys for a good game.
If only it has online battle :D
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Highest Rated (4 agree) 9/10
Reptile is doing wonderful things with this game. It's art style, music, and gameplay are all wonderfully mature for an alpha state game. It's 100% worth what they're asking for it right now, and I can only see this game's quality increase with promised bug fixes, new parts, levels, and other features on their way. Reptile has shown themselves to be attentive to the concerns of the community and I have faith that this final product will be a very memorable experience. There are problems, but that…
Jan 7 2013 by Tolma