Remove Ad, Sign Up
Remove Ad, Sign Up
Register to Remove Ad
Register to Remove Ad
Register to Remove Ad
Register to Remove Ad
  Register  |  Login
Play Retro  |  Shop  |  Board  |  Downloads  |  Users  |  Music  |  Video Games
Staff  |  About  |  Help  
  Views: 1,920,439,450
10-22-16 12:18 AM  
On Page:
In Directory: 21 users & 71 guests
Page Updated on 03-14-16 06:26 PM
Retro Game Room
Play 10,000s of Retro Games Online
Video Game Room
Get Any Information for All Games
Video Game Music Room
Listen to Video Game Music Online
Vizzed Market
Buy & Sell Games, Codes and More!
Vizzed Board
Our Family-Friendly Community Welcomes Everyone!
Sign Up for Free
For access to more features, more games and fewer ads
Vizzed Competition Reminder = Earn Viz and $ Games $
Vizzed Competitions = Earn Viz and Steam Games
Tour de Vizzed: Autumn 2016 = Let the Games Begin!
Neo Geo Music Stream ON Wednesday from 6-10 PM (CST) = $250 Steam Raffles!
Summer Team Tournament Final Matchup = Results

Play Mega Man Ultra Online NES Rom Hack of Mega Man 2 - Retro Game Room

Retro Game RoomGame BrowserGame Streams (4)Netplay Lobby (0)Play Your GamesGame's SoundtrackGame's Characters
Play Mega Man Ultra online with Nintendo NES browser emulation for free! Mega Man Ultra is a rom hack of Mega Man 2 (NES). Play it with our flash, java and rgr plugin emulators. Nothing to configure, we've done it for you!

Mega Man Ultra

Mega Man Ultra Title ScreenMega Man Ultra Screenshot 1Mega Man Ultra Screenthot 2
Rating: 8.3 (210 votes)
Plays: 44,422 M:99% F:1%
Filesize: 131kb

Java / Flash Emulators

Using VNES Java Emulator

Using NESBox Flash Emulator

RGR Plugin Emulators (Recommended)

Required: Java or Adobe Flash
Required: Vizzed RGR Plugin (free & safe)
Games with similar genre, developer, etc

Mega Man Ultra Game Description

Game Mod of Mega Man 2

Mega Man Ultra Screenshots

07-02-14 12:58 PM
Mega Man Ultra - Character Select  - Level Select Screen - User Screenshot5/5 Edit Screenshot
Character Select:
Level Select Screen
06-14-10 05:25 PM
Mega Man Ultra - Mega Man in a beloved classic! - User Screenshot4.8/5 Edit Screenshot
Mega Man in a beloved classic!
03-24-14 04:44 PM
Mega Man Ultra - Battle  - let4.8/5 Edit Screenshot
let's battle again quickie
04-30-12 10:29 PM
Mega Man Ultra - moon walking - User Screenshot4.7/5 Edit Screenshot
moon walking
03-18-13 11:41 AM
Mega Man Ultra - Location  - Wily4.6/5 Edit Screenshot
Wily's doing a lot of redecorating...
Click Here
to View All

Videos of Mega Man Ultra Gameplay

08-16-13 07:33 PM
00:00:46  Views: 47
Mega Man Ultra - Mega Man Ultra (Hack) - Metal Man - User video4.7/5
Mega Man Ultra (Hack) - Metal Man
05-04-13 09:06 AM
00:02:33  Views: 126
Mega Man Ultra - Play - User video4.1/5 Play
09-30-14 04:36 PM
00:06:50  Views: 528
Mega Man Ultra - GamePlay (rom hack) - User video4/5 GamePlay (rom hack)
11-15-15 01:00 PM
00:01:11  Views: 56
Mega Man Ultra - GamePlay - Flash Man Theme - User video3/5 GamePlay - Flash Man Theme
11-08-15 02:31 PM
00:01:27  Views: 41
Mega Man Ultra - airman(Cossack stage 2) - User video2/5
airman(Cossack stage 2)
Click Here
to View All

Joinable Netplay Multiplayer Sessions for Mega Man Ultra 

There is currently no one playing this online

Mega Man Ultra Featured Review

Mega Man Ultra Review by: Boxia - 8/10

A worthy, if flawed Mega Man hack.
Mega Man games were always ripe for hacking. There are so many ways a single level can be modified and altered that the series was established as firm hacking ground almost as soon as it was possible to do so. Most prolific MM hacks are Japanese, but there were also quite a few English or, for conveniences’ sake, western hacks put on the net. The most famous of these western hacks is arguably Mega Man Ultra, a hack of Mega Man 2. The game boasts many of the features of any decent Mega Man hack, but also has a few original surprises thrown in.

Story: 5/10
The story is a carbon copy of MM2s' story. Dr. Wily is back at it with eight new robot masters in a refreshed attempt to conquer the world. The Blue Bomber must once again crush his nemesis, for great justice. I could accept the moderately rehashed story if this was vanilla MM2, but the fact that a new story, or at least alterations to said story were not made for this hack is astounding, as most hacks are able to throw in quite a few deviations. ?I must give extra points, however, for a slightly changed ending that makes for a passable twist.

Level Design: 8/10
Every level in this game has received a new look and feel, as with every good hack. The degree of change varies from "completely altered" to "significantly modified". For example, Wood Mans' stage was torn down completely and replaced with one identical to World 1-1 from Super Mario Brothers. It's as awesome as it sounds. In other cases, the textures remain, but the stage layout is altered. Most of the time, this is done very well, and flaws are rare. But of course, there HAD to be a couple of stages (looking at you, wily 4) that were way too long, too easy, too bland, and too boring to carry any significant value or merit. These levels drag down the total Level Design rating, but not by much, thankfully.

Sprites & polish: 7/10
The sprites of enemies and bosses are highly polished, with few "cracks" or other deficiencies. This, however, is only when they're stationary. When in motion, the sprites are subject to all sorts of glitches, including flickering, parts of the texture disappearing, or vanishing all together. This only really happens when there are loads of enemies on screen, but that's common enough to make your eyes want to puke. Regarding the rest of the game, many graphical glitches from MM2 were fixed, but new ones were brought in. Pulling up the weapon screen sometimes causes the background to display the next screen of the stage, rather than the current one. All other such glitches I found were, thankfully, very minor, causing little to no interference with the game or with your eyes.

Music and Sound Effects: 8/10
The entire soundtrack has been replaced with tracks from other, predominantly NES, games. The tracks have all had their pitch lowered, I guess so that they wouldn't be total copies of their original forms. Unfortunately, this change of pitch had a negative impact on the overall sound quality. Many songs now sound like they were played in tin cans and that noise was used for the soundtrack. However, the stellar choice of new songs and the fact that these new songs blend perfectly with their assigned stages means that some people might be able to overlook these changes in quality. All of the sound effects sound at least normal, and are never overused to the point of them being annoying. However, they never exceed "bloop" level complexity, so I can't rate that too highly.

Challenges: ?9/10
There are two difficulties, just like vanilla. There's normal, and "Expert!!!” In normal, weapons, including the mega buster, do double damage and enemies deal half damage. In expert, these buffs are removed. Even in expert, however, the game proves to be a breeze for the most experienced players and a good challenge for the least experienced. The enemies, while usually plentiful, are often fun to fight, especially with the mega buster. The bosses are also good fun to duel with, though some are just unforgiving without their weaknesses. My only qualm is that the game gets much less fair in the wily stages. Swarms of enemies and unfair bosses dominate these final levels, and you'll likely need extra lives and e-tanks to make it through.

Weapons: 9/10
The robot masters all have new weapons that are passed to you after their defeat. The originality in these weapons never exceeds getting a new sprite, name, and/or sound effect. Some weapons also use less energy, but that's rare. Thankfully, the lack of creativity is largely nullified by how fun these weapons are. The metal blade (or in this hack, the saw cutter) is still immensely satisfying, the quick boomerang is still almightily overpowered, and all the other weapons find spots where they're good fun to use. In short, the weapons are a true testament to what helps make Mega Man games so fun.

Collectibles & hidden goodies: N/A
Extra lives and e-tanks, which refill your health bar, are as close to collectibles and hidden stuff as this game gets. ?Even those can be dropped by killed enemies, so they don't really constitute "collectibles". This category gets an N/A for that.

Total depth: 5/10
The game is about as expansive as any early Mega Man NES game. As stated above, there aren't any real "collectibles", so the depth all comes from the stages. There's thirteen stages total, eight robot master stages and five wily stages. The stages are about as expansive and engaging as any typical Mega Man stage.... with the exception of the last wily stages, but that's for later. The robot master stages aren't too long or difficult, but they'll satisfy most Mega Man fans with their (usually) evenly spread out enemies and challenging bosses that might take up to 20 minutes for an unskilled player. But the wily stages..... I have a feeling the developer figured that longer stages automatically equal better game play. He/she was wrong, the stages are lengthy, but the enemies are not placed proportionally, which results in a lot of empty space with nothing to do. The fact that we have so many stages with this much empty space is unacceptable, and that will hurt the depth rating.

Overall: 8/10
Mega Man Ultra is as good, if not better than most Mega Man Hacks. It has numerous faults, but I still say that it's worth playing, for its good music, graphics, level design, challenges, and weaponry. If you're interested in Mega Man hacks, this is a must-play.
  Graphics 8   Sound 8   Addictive 9   Depth 5   Story 5   Difficulty 5

Mega Man Ultra Reviews

Overall 8.3    Graphics 8    Sound 7.7    Addictive 7.3    Story 6.4    Depth 6.5    Difficulty 7.2

A worthy, if flawed Mega Man hack.   Boxia
Mega Man games were always ripe for hacking. There are so many ways a single level can be modified a...
  Graphics 8   Sound 8   Addictive 9   Story 5   Depth 5   Difficulty 5

      Review Rating: 4.2/5     Submitted: 08-26-14     Review Replies: 0

Mega Man 2 Ultra Hack   tornadocam
Mega Man 2 came out in the late 80's. If I remember correctly it came out in 1988 because that is ab...
  Graphics 7   Sound 8   Addictive 8   Story 9   Depth 9   Difficulty 10

      Review Rating: 4/5     Submitted: 01-28-16     Review Replies: 1

Gone Ultra   uiopop
This is one of the more famous Rock man 2 ROM hacks, and the probably the most famous one done entir...
  Graphics 8   Sound 7   Addictive 5   Depth 3   Difficulty 5

      Review Rating: 3.4/5     Submitted: 05-16-13     Review Replies: 0

the title says it all   Zircron Swift
Mega Man Ultra is Ultra hard. Although I did play most of the game in Expert. Yes, I like this, good...
  Graphics 8   Sound 9   Addictive 6   Story 2   Depth 8   Difficulty 10

      Review Rating: 3.1/5     Submitted: 04-20-11     Review Replies: 0

Mega Man Ultra Highscores

There are no submitted highscores for this Game

Mega Man Ultra Threads


Mega Man Ultra Guides and Walkthroughs

There are no submitted Guides for this Game

Users who own Mega Man Ultra

There are no users who own this Game

Game Characters in Mega Man Ultra

Comments for Mega Man Ultra

thenicodude123 07-10-15 - 08:51 PM
 What do you do when you get to the dark part of crashman's stage?
alpha lucario 12-25-14 - 06:10 PM
 i ran into a glitch with bubble man. He knocked me into the door and somehow i warped past the boss room into some sort of glitch room that was an infinite loop where i was fighting a wave of spawning enemies and an unkillable glitch sprite bubbleman.
www.megamanzero 10-12-14 - 09:22 AM
mega man221 07-23-14 - 10:19 PM
iponderon 07-03-14 - 12:26 PM
 how do you get to the lvls
xElectricZz 08-02-13 - 01:06 AM
 On crashman there is a part where everything is black, and i can't pass it. can someone help? i did Metal Man, Wood Man, Air Man, and moved to Crash, but like i said, there is a black area, and i can't pass.
riderx40 05-14-13 - 06:25 AM
 I finally reach the second wily boss,and....i stoped there it freakin' hard man really.
takahiro4 03-18-13 - 11:44 PM
 ladder climbing faster.
Lockerdown3 03-18-13 - 10:50 AM
 wow crashman's the easiest of the 6 i got so far, he actually has a pattern quickman I beat quickly through force fireman... THERE'S NO WAY TO TELL WHEN EXACTLY HE'S GOING TO LAUNCH UNTIL HE'S ALREADY HEADING FOR YOU
marioplayer657 01-29-13 - 02:00 AM
 as an game over music from megaman x2 and bubble mans stage is megaman x1 flash man from megaman x3 i played mega man x games so many times a lot of them
marioplayer657 10-24-12 - 01:40 AM
 i will trust you 123cheese
marioplayer657 09-18-12 - 05:53 PM
 This is a ridiculous game!!! ):(
marioplayer657 09-18-12 - 05:44 PM
 lucky that i defeat air man and clash man.
Vizzedgamer! 09-15-12 - 01:28 PM
 10/10! Hard. VERY hard.
bubblemanftw 09-07-12 - 07:03 PM
 how do i beat woodman? I am very bad at mega man so to me he is like IMPOSSIBLE
marioplayer657 08-17-12 - 05:40 PM
 you cannot hit the blocks in super mario brothers,its a not-working one.
travis06 07-17-12 - 11:04 AM
 lol i suck at mega man soevery time i jump from block to block i state save!XD when i see a boss i like quit lol
teddy5 07-10-12 - 07:14 PM
 good game, but real hard
RNix25 06-26-12 - 06:09 PM
 nvm, Leaf Shield to the face FTW.
metallico123 06-25-12 - 06:53 PM
tanathos 06-19-12 - 07:45 PM
 pff... just woodman and metalman is hard .
RNix25 06-13-12 - 09:55 PM
 Is the tank invincible or something? None of my weapons damage it anywhere. Help?
tragiklyfe55 05-31-12 - 01:44 PM
 it's challenging actually. Only level i've truly had an issue with is Metal man
tragiklyfe55 05-31-12 - 01:13 PM
 wow this is hrd as hell
DinorexMattrex4.. 05-22-12 - 07:18 PM
 The Airman is a Piece of Crap!