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Mega Man 3: The Robots are Revolting (DOS)

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Description

Dr. Wily seeks once more to conquer the earth with his robotic creations and it's up to Megaman to stop him. This time, Megaman will face the likes of six different robot masters and the monsters within their levels. These bosses are Torch Man, Blade Man, Oil Man, Bit Man, Shark Man and Wave Man.

Mega Man 3 is a side-scroller platform game. Megaman's main abilities are his ability to fire energy shots from his arm and his jumping ability. When Megaman confronts a boss, he must bring their energy meter down to zero at which point they are destroyed and Megaman can claim a special weapon unique to that boss. Megaman is also able to swim in this particular game.

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Mega Man 3: The Robots are Revolting DOS Dr. Wily's Castle
Mega Man 3: The Robots are Revolting DOS Oil Man attacks Mega Man in his oily lair
Mega Man 3: The Robots are Revolting DOS Twisting pipes of Oil Man's stage
Mega Man 3: The Robots are Revolting DOS Don't fall in the acid, it could be bad for your health

Alternate Titles

  • "Mega Man III" -- In-game title

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Trivia

Comparing the stage select portraits of these Robot Masters with those of the other Mega Man games:

Blade Man resembles Metal Man from Mega Man 2, Bit Man is similar to Hard Man from Mega Man 3, Wave Man looks like Air Man from Mega Man 2 and has the same name as a robot master in Mega Man 5, and Oil Man looks like a red Flash Man from Mega Man 2.
WildKard (12140) added Mega Man 3: The Robots are Revolting (DOS) on May 24, 2004