Super Mario Bros. Crossover/Characters/Mega Man
|Original Game||Mega Man|
Variable Weapons System
|Advantage|| Highest jump (with Rush Coil)|
Powerful charged shots
Can shoot through pipes
|Disadvantage|| Low damage|
Can only shoot in only two directions
Mega Man, known as Rockman (ロックマン Rokkuman) in Japan, is a character in Super Mario Bros. Crossover. He is originally from the Mega Man series and retains his normal abilities from the series.
- Pressing the Left or Right buttons will cause Mega Man to move left or right.
- Pressing the Jump button will cause Mega Man to jump.
- Pressing Down + Jump will cause Mega Man to slide, enabling him to enter low areas.
- Pressing the Attack button will cause Mega Man to shoot his buster.
- While Mega Man has a Super Mushroom, holding the Attack button will charge up his buster, and releasing the Attack button will cause Mega Man to shoot a stronger shot.
- Pressing the Special button will cycle through collected power-ups.
- Pressing the Select button will also cycle through his collected power-ups, but in the opposite direction of the Special button.
Skins Currently in the Game
- Mega Man (NES, from the Mega Man series)
- Mega Man (SNES, recolor of Mega Man from the Mega Man series)
- Mega Man (GB, from Rockman: Battle and Fighters)
- Rock (NES, from Mega Man 9)
- Rock (SNES, recolor of Mega Man from Mega Man 9)
- Proto Man (NES, from Mega Man 9)
- Proto Man (SNES, recolor of Proto Man from Mega Man 9)
- Proto Man (GB, from Rockman: Battle and Fighters)
- Break Man (NES, from Mega Man 3)
- Break Man (SNES, recolor of Break Man from Mega Man 3)
- Roll (NES, from Mega Man (mobile))
- Rokko Chan (NES, from Rokko Chan)
- Mega Man (NES, Sharp X1-style edit of Mega Man from the Mega Man series)
- Mega Man (NES, Atari-style edit of Mega Man from the Mega Man series)
- Cut Man (NES, from Mega Man)
- Ice Man (NES, from Mega Man)
- Proto Man (NES), Proto Man (SNES), Proto Man (GB), Break Man (NES), Break Man (SNES)
- Has a lower shot height
- Can only have two shots on the screen at once
- Can charge the buster without having to collect a Mushroom
- Second level of charged buster does 200 damage instead of 100.
- Rokko Chan
- Has a lower shot height
Mega Man Specific tips
- While fighting Bowser, jump over fire on the bottom, slide under fire in the middle, and ignore fire at the top
- It is faster to continuously shoot Bowser rather than use charged shots
- On levels with flying Cheep Cheeps, a charged up Pharaoh Shot acts as a useful umbrella against the Cheep Cheeps
Mega Man is from Mega Man, Mega Man 2, Mega Man 3, Mega Man 4, Mega Man 5 and Mega Man 6 for the Nintendo Entertainment System, and from Mega Man 9 and Mega Man 10 for the Playstation 3, Xbox 360, and Nintendo Wii.
Differences from Original Game
- Mega Man jumps higher in SMBC due to the large number of higher platforms he needs to be able to reach
- Mega Man does not gain any powers from defeating Bowser
- In the newer games (Mega Man 9/10), Mega Man can't slide or charge, but he can in SMBC