For some time, Owl boy Creator Simon S. Andersen has been working on a personal project that is old and obscure Mega man Games and gives them a fresh, if unplayable, touch.
In particular, he has the PC versions of. viewed Mega man 1
He takes something new as inspiration, and like anyone who has ever played or even seen it Owl boy could probably predict, it looks amazing.
As a hobby project, I created mockups of a game that would combine the two games into one, initially using NES restrictions. I’ve been doing this long enough that the re-designs have become the recognized look of the game in many circles and spawned several third-party spin-off projects.
However, when looking at my old mockups I always felt that if I didn’t limit myself to just running it on NES hardware, I could do a lot more. So I revised the entire setting from scratch without any restrictions. This is the result. I was aiming for a breakup somewhere between SNES and PSX. A wide-SNES. Sound effects are based on MM and R & Fs compressed samples.
This is one of the most videos I’ve seen. Unfortunately, before you get too excited and wonder when exactly you can play that, or at least something that looks like this, note that this is not a game that is in development, just a project that Andersen is having fun with.