Snakebyte have revealed that Capcom’s classic blue hero Mega Man will be making his way on to android devices. Six titles from the Mega Man series are available from today on GameStore, a new android based gaming subscription service.
Mega Man has been fighting evil for over 30 years and is often set as the bar for other 2D platformers so this will come as good news to those who like the genre.
The 6 titles available are as follows:
- Mega Man Mobile – Stop the evil Dr. Wily in this classic for the ages!
- Mega Man 2 Mobile – He’s back! Only Mega Man can stop Dr. Wily when he resurfaces to threaten the world again!
- Mega Man 3 Mobile – Uncharted planets, unhinged robots, Mega Man must set a course for space to resolve this unexplained crisis.
- Mega Man 4 Mobile – Introducing an all-new threat to the world, Mega Man must do battle with Dr. Cossack!
- Mega Man 5 Mobile – As robots’ cause chaos in the city, Mega Man must discover how Proto Man is involved!
- Mega Man 6 Mobile – The Global Robot Alliance is formed, but the enigmatic Mr.X appears to put a stop to this newfound peace!
Capcom’s iconic blue bomber is joined by a range of classics from Bandai Namco, as well as hundreds of other titles, including more modern mobile games like ‘Cut the Rope’ and ‘Subway Surfers’.
GameStore is available here for android users and features a monthly subscription fee of £7.99 for unlimited access, with no ads or in-game purchases to deal with.
President and CEO of Snakebyte group backed the initiative and had this to say:
“Those who appreciate classic gaming know that Mega Man is a peerless series of games which offer challenge, thrills and timeless adventure. We couldn’t be happier that GameStore is now home to these gems. When we announced GameStore, we promised to bring a continuous series of prestigious mobile titles to the service, which we believe delivers unrivalled value and choice for Android gamers. Today’s announcement continues to demonstrate our commitment to GameStore and we look forward to seeing the service expand yet further in the months ahead.”
Will you be subscribing to GameStore any time soon? What do you think of using mobiles as a retro gaming platform, does it work? Let us know in the comments section below!