The Third Chapter in the Mega Man Saga

Defeated by Mega Man and shown the error of his ways, Dr. Wily renounces
evil and helps Dr. Light develop the massive robot "Gamma."
But all is not well: One day, the robots dispatched to eight mining planets go haywire!
Mega Man sets off with Rush at his side to uncover the cause of this interplanetary crisis!

・The gameplay and difficulty of this version have been optimized for smartphones,
so certain elements will differ from the original game.

◆New features
・"Rush," your mechanical pal
Mega Man 3 was the first game in the series to feature the now-familiar robot dog, Rush!
Built to aid in all tactical situations, Rush can transform into a jump pad, a jet, or a submarine!

Mega Man 3 also introduced sliding to the series.
Some narrow spaces can only be navigated by sliding through them!

Hold down + jump while playing to slide.
You can also use this technique to move quickly and dodge attacks!

This version features a choice of two difficulty modes.

・Normal Mode
Unlimited continues.
The continue screen is displayed whenever Mega Man dies.
Selecting continue allows you to restart from the last
checkpoint you passed in the current stage.

・Hard Mode
This challenging mode limits your number of continues,
and enemy attacks deal more damage.
There are also fewer checkpoints within stages.

The following settings can be adjusted in-game.

Increase the number to raise the volume.

Set to "On" to have your device vibrate when Mega Man takes damage.
(Default setting: On)
Note: This option will not be displayed on devices with no vibration function.

Auto: Hold the attack button for rapid-fire Mega Buster shots.
Manual: Each press of the attack button fires one Mega Buster shot.
Tap repeatedly for rapid-fire shots.
(Default setting: Auto)

Choose between Normal and High to adjust gameplay speed.

・Key Config
Change position of the in-game attack button and jump button.

What’s New

Version 1.03.00

Support for iOS11 added.
Support for iPhoneX added.

Ratings and Reviews

2.8 out of 5
23 Ratings
23 Ratings
Adrian232 ,

No controller support

I don't understand why this game doesn't have controller support, especially considering version 1 came out less than a year ago. The D-pad on the iPad version is way too big, and the action buttons are too far spaced out to use efficiently. You can switch button configurations, but there are no other options beyond that. The game also uses no touch-optimized controls even when they would make sense (choosing a level, options menu, etc) further confounding why there is no controller support.

In addition, the game runs very sluggishly, skipping frames often and feeling very "floaty" on the so-called normal speed. At first I thought this was to give the game more of an authentic 80s console experience, but it was definitely never this bad.

In short, this is an incredibly lazy port of a great classic game. Kind of a shame, and I hope they update it to fix these problems (but I don't have my hopes up since this is Capcom we are talking about and the game is like $1, hardly on the top of their priority list).

sware on me Mum ,


Extremely disappointed... I bought the Mega Man 2 game many years ago on the iPod 4th generation and I loved it... it was amazing and well worth the $1.99 and not even 3 years later, I finally upgraded to a IPhone 6, and I see this game and I was really exited to play it, because I thought it was going to be like the one I played on my iPod, but no... the screen is smaller, the controls are terrible and the worst part is the quality of the play... I would given this thing a 4 star if it haven’t been the quality, the mega man 2 that I played on my 4th gen iPod was really smooth, but this one is just... “laggy” (it doesn’t really lag but that’s the best way I can describe it). like I said... really disappointed, and frankly... kinda want my money back...

Jgreene1 ,


I did enjoy this installment of Mega Man, however, this remake has a couple flaws. For one, when I first played, it took me almost a week to get used to the controls, and even today, I'll still have a some issues with it, I also didn't like how Mega Man's Ariel momentum felt, it was just kind of off, I know that they are 2 completely different games but, I own Mega Man 2 for the NES Classic, and I could give no complaints! Overall, it's a game worth buying, just know that it may take a while to get used to it.


96.1 MB

Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



Age Rating
Rated 4+


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