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Release Date:
Japan: 1991
USA: 1991
Europe: 1991
Game Boy

Game Specs:
Leading the Mega Man series into the portable realm of gaming, Mega Man: Dr. Wily's Revenge brings along the familiar graphics, sound and gameplay we've all learned to love from the 8-bit series. This time around Dr. Wily's sucessfully rebuilt eight of his Robot Masters Mega Man fought and defeated previously. Using his new "Space Node", a huge fortress filled with metal-crushing robots, Dr. Wily's recuited a new robot servant know as Enker. Mega Man will have to duke it out with the eight resurrected robot Masters before the final showdown with Enker and Dr. Wily himself. Read on for all the basic info you'll need in combating Dr. Wily's forces.


This is another revenge plot, just like Mega Man 2—only instead of building new robots, Dr. Wily resurrects previous Robot Masters.
Picture Name Weakness Receive
Elec Man Elec Man Mega Buster Thunder Beam
Ice Man Ice Man Thunder Beam Ice Slasher
Fire Man Fire Man Ice Slasher Fire Storm
Cut Man Cut Man Fire Storm Rolling Cutter
Flash Man Flash Man Ice Slasher Time Stopper
Quick Man Quick Man Time Stopper Quick Boomerang
Bubble Man Bubble Man Quick Boomerang Bubble Lead
Heat Man Heat Man Bubble Lead Atomic Fire
Enker Enker Mega Buster Mirror Buster
Dr Wily Dr. Wily Part 1 Atomic Fire Nothing
Dr Wily Dr. Wily Part 2 Mirror Buster Nothing
Carry Platform:
You'll receive this special item once you finish off Elec Man, Ice Man, Fire Man and Cut Man. Once selected from the weapon select screen, press fire and Mega Man will create a small platform which he can ride on to avoid dangerous areas.
Mega Buster Mega Buster:
The Mega Buster is Mega Man's trusty primary weapon. You'll have this weapon from the start of the game. This weapon can cause damage to most enemies Mega Man encounters in his quest.

Thunder Beam Thunder Beam:
This weapon will fire out a large wave of electricity that fries anything in its path. The electric wave flies up and down as well as forwards.

Ice Slasher Ice Slasher:
Firing out a large arrow-shaped ice block, this projectile will blow apart any robot it comes in direct contact with.

Fire Storm Fire Storm:
Once fired, this weapon will launch a large growing round fireball straight ahead which burns up anything in its path. Once fired Mega Man will generate a protective shield around himself for a few seconds.

Rolling Cutter Rolling Cutter:
This weapon shoots a medium-sized pair of razor-sharp blades which fly out from Mega Man. If the blades fail to strike anything, they'll turn back and return to Mega Man.

Time Stopper Time Stopper:
This weapon temporarily freezes time, stopping enemy robots in their tracks. Mega Man won't be able to shoot while it's active, the only enemy it inflicts damage upon is Quick Man.

Quick Boomerang Quick Boomerang:
Mega Man fires out small boomerangs with this weapon. Three small boomerangs can be fired at one time, while each one rotates along its flight path. Any enemies it contacts with takes serious damage.

Bubble Lead Bubble Lead:
This weapon causes Mega Man to fire out a small bubble which will roll out along the ground until it strikes an enemy target.

Atomic Fire Atomic Fire:
This weapon expels a burst of fire, Mega Man can also charge up the weapon to fire off a stronger shot.

Mirror Buster Mirror Buster:
Once you defeat Enker you'll receive this weapon which creates a shield in front of Mega Man capable of deflecting any projectile an enemy fires back at itself.
Final Passcode:
  1 2 3 4
A   O O  
B       O
C   O O  


I like the ending music to this game—it has been one of my all-time favorites (but then, I have a lot of favorites). First you see the space fort (almost all of the Game Boy games have one) blow up, and a space shuttle flies out just in time. You don’t know who is on the shuttle (Wily or Mega Man), but the next thing you see is Mega Man standing in front of a star background. (This time it’s a close-up view of Mega Man instead of the usual running sprite. Pretty nice for a four-frame walk and a low resolution.) The game shows names and images of robot enemies, and when it’s done Mega Man starts to walk. The background fades in—he’s apparently in that space shuttle after all. He walks to a window where he can see his planet and stops. The background fades out and is replaced with the closing “Presented by Capcom” phrase.