The description of Battle of Mega Adventure
Every level features modified map structures as well as varied item locations. Intuitive level editor option allows endless possibilities. Players can design their own stages creating challenges that are only limited by their own imagination. Customize everything from enemy and object placement to music. Battle of Mega Adventure Challenge 100 – take a break from the main story mode by putting skills to the test in 100 different short stages, each with its own objectives and challenges. Play as any of the eight boss robots in the game – utilize their unique abilities and characteristics to zip past obstacles
The game uses a chibi-style that was intended for the original game but was not possible at the time. The designers intended to keep this design faithful to the way the characters worked and looked in the original. While it received generally positive reviews, the game sold poorly
Following this, he created eight more robots intended for industrial use: Cut-Man, Guts-Man, Ice-Man, ... danger of having his energy generator go critical. Wily gave him a nuclear energy supply to extend his life. He later steals and reprograms the eight industrial robots to attempt world domination.
The game is a remake of the original Battle of Mega Adventure title and has similar gameplay and level designs. The game moves on a 2D plane and players are given control of the game's eponymous hero Mega Adventure. Unlike the original's 8-bit graphics, the game uses 3D character models with super deformed designs.
The last, and perhaps best, addition to the new style mode is the inclusion of multiple difficulty settings. If you're the easily flustered type and Guts Man's moving platform-happy stage is giving you guff, you can always bump the game down to easy to get some help moving through. If you're the masochistic type, hard mode adds another layer of pain to the experience. For the most part the three difficulties are different enough to make them each worth playing through, and you can choose a specific difficulty for each individual stage as you go through the game.
So, with all that said, you might be wondering exactly why you should spend your money on a revamped version of an ancient NES game that still doesn't take more than a couple of hours to beat on your first play. If the allure of playing through all the levels over and over again with the different bosses doesn't quite cut it for you, perhaps the excellent challenge mode will. Consisting of 100 unique challenges, the challenge mode presents a wide variety of different scenarios, 10 each for Battle of Mega Adventure and each of the boss characters, and another 10 series of boss fights.