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Cyberman V: Mega Man Inspired Side Scrolling Game

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This is a free online horizontal platform game which was inspired by the Mega Man series.

  • Collect gems to unlock the doors in each of the 6 levels.
  • Avoid or kill enemies.
  • Can you defeat the AI-powered final boss?

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Play Cyberman V Online

You can play this horizontal platforming game online by clicking in the window below.

Alternatively you can play this game as a web application here.

Cyberman V Game Play Instructions

How to Play

Collect the gems to unlock the door and make your way through to the end of each level without dying.

  • Starting the Game
    • Click on play, to start the game, story to read the background story, or full screen to play in full screen mode.
    • The welcome screen of the game has buttons for sharing the game on Facebook or Twitter along with links to more games and the i button shares the game controls.
  • Game Controls
    • You can move your character using
      • the arrow keys on a keyboard
      • WASD keys on a keyboard
      • the touchpad in the lower left corner of a touchscreen device
      • the down button slides
      • the up button is a jump & the game also has a double jump feature
    • You can shoot enemies pressing L or X keys on your keyboard.
    • You can shoot while jumping by pressing X while in the air.
  • Game Instructions
    • In each of the 6 levels there are at least 3 gems you have to collect to unlock the door.
    • You have to beat each level to unlock the next level.
  • Dying
    • You have a power meter. Most enemies only take a small faction of the meter if you run into them, but if you run into spikes or a spinning blade a single hit will often take 80% or more of your life.
    • Some enemies shoot at you while others do not. Most enemies take at least a couple shots to kill.
    • Levels contain first aid kits which restore your power.
    • If you die on a level you can restart at the beginning of that level or go back to the level select menu page.
    • If you fully close out the game, then when you later go to play it again you will have to start at the very beginning.

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Capcom released the first version of the Mega Man series (also known as Rockman in Japan) on December 17, 1987. The first game in the series was not a commercial success, but the game developed a cult following, leading to over 50 titles on various consoles, in addition to inspiring many other game series like .

If you like this game and you have never played Mega Man you should check the series out.

It is hard to state how many great side scrolling fighting games Capcom has created.

Capcom also produced another sleeper NES hit similar to this game named Mighty Final Fight. It was released late into the Nintendo’s lifecycle, leading to a limited production run (and decades later, high resale prices on eBay). The original game sells for $300 to $700 on eBay, while the Japanese Famicom version can be had for $20 to $30. Demand for the original Nintendo version led to a wave of counterfeits out of China.

Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support

This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.

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2 comments on "Cyberman V: Mega Man Inspired Side Scrolling Game"

  • Joey says:

    Cyberman V is set in the chaotic cyberpunk world of Zero City. An evil organization plans to take over the world by fielding powerful robots. Only our hero, the cyborg Cyberman, has the power to stop them. But he has a formidable task ahead of him. Besides enemy mechs, Cyberman must also face booby traps and treacherous architecture. Your goal is to have Cyberman clear each level without dying.

    Do note that this is a bare bones game. You have no power-ups and gimmicks to help you swat your enemies faster. Thus, you must hit some enemies several times to defeat. You can collect first aid kits to restore your health. It’s also very short at 6 levels. You can clear the entire game in a dedicated playthrough.

    While hardly an original premise, this game is an easygoing introduction to the genre. Its aesthetics carry the retro platformer feel from the old school Mega Man games. It certainly captures the feel better than that other Mega Man clone.

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