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Rockman 4: Minus Infinity

Hack of Mega Man 4


Made by talented ROM hacker: Puresabe, comes Rockman 4: Minus Infinity. One of the best ROM hacks that does what others only dream of achieving.

The levels, bosses, weapons and even the choice of music of the original Rockman 4 have been improved to a level that far exceeds an aesthetic standpoint - bosses have new attack patterns, weapons and moves (such as the distinguishable ‘desperation’ moves that speed up the music and make the bosses angrier and faster).

The levels have branching pathways and hidden bosses from past Mega Man/Rockman games that won’t fail to put a smile on your face (such as Shadowman robbing the Egyptian temple, or Crashman hiding in the weapons artillery of Drillman’s stage), the music is very well chosen from a variety of different games, and new enemies from earlier and later games in the franchise, not found in the original Rockman 4, make an already fantastic piece of programming a platforming masterpiece.

Give it a go, you won’t be disappointed…

  • v.1.01

Check the readme for details.

ROM / ISO Information:

  • Rockman 4 - Aratanaru Yabou!! (J) [!].nes - GOODNES 3.14
  • CRC32: 771A9138
  • MD5: 8B4B65D68DEDC70A537505BDA430DAE9
  • SHA-1: C33C6FA5B0A5B010AF6B38CBD22252A595500A5A




ContributorType of contributionListed credit
PuresabeOriginal Hacking

User Review Information

THE Hack to have?

Reviewed By: Plint Michigan on 25 Oct 2012

New music? New gameplay mechanics? New features? Reasonable difficulty? JACKPOT!

That’s right, this hack is amazing! Take what you know about Megaman 4 and throw it out the window! The graphics look pretty much the same, but everything else is brand-new! You get to fight enemies from all over the Megaman universe, from the original, all the way to number 8! New gameplay mechanics are abound, and puzzles from other Megaman games are plenty. This game will throw every trick in the book from a diagonal scrolling screen chase in Skull Man’s stage, to having your game controls screwed around in Pharaoh Man’s stage, to boiling temperatures in Dust Man’s boiler room. This game has plenty of new tricks to keep you busy. The bosses all have interesting tricks up their sleeve, like Brightman’s Burning Bulb move, where you must stand under Brightman’s shadow or take massive damage. These bosses can be REALLY hard if you haven’t beaten Drill Man first. Drill Man’s weapon is really powerful and can deal more damage to an opponent than it can deal to you. Afterward, the only robot master you really need to worry about is pesky Matter Eater Lad Dust Man, who has a move where he sucks in the environment, and anything you shoot at him heals him! This game has many tricks up its sleeve, and will test your Megaman Metal true. However, I found the amount of mulligans your able to get to be a little much. I seem to gain more free-guys than I can lose at times. Rush Search can help in that matter by giving you a random item: either life, energy, a life tank, or a mulligan. This, surprisingly, makes the hack rather easy compared to most hacks, but at least it’s not impossibly hard, either. The new music is… kind of meh. Most of it comes from obscure Japanese games, like the dungeon theme from RPG Maker Gameboy used as the Weapon Get theme. …Now that I think of it, that’s the second time I’ve heard that melody in a Megaman Hack: First being Rockman Unprecedented. Some of it’s more recognizable like the Silence theme from the F-Zero series or the Pokemon Capture jingle, but for the most part it’s not very recognizable. …Now, that’s not necessarily a bad thing, but to be honest, I think the early music is too cheerful and bouncy for my taste. It doesn’t feel like it belongs in a Megaman hack. Pharaoh man and Dust Man have decent enough themes, But Dive Man, Skull Man, Toad Man and Drill Man have these slightly catchy, but bogus sugary melodies that don’t fit well in Megaman. But when it all comes down to it, this is a purely amazing hack that you do not want to miss out on. Go on and give Minus Infinity a try. :D

Recommended - Yes

User Reviews
This hack goes "To Infinity........and Beyond!"Supergamerguy29 Nov 20211.01Yes
It's outstanding, but also too hardJuamnitruh15 Nov 20201.01Yes
Is he worthy of praise or not, at one time?diablo66613 Jun 20201.01Yes
One of the best NES hacks ever madeDANGER X20 Apr 20201.00Yes
Comprehensive Overhaul...and Then Some!KevvyLava05 Nov 20191.00Yes
THIShoggoe03 Feb 20161.00Yes
Insanity.Zero Dozer26 Jun 20151.00Yes
A MUST HAVE!Fluffyguy118 Mar 20151.00Yes we goTuscany12 Jan 20151.00Yes
THE Hack to have?Plint Michigan25 Oct 2012N/AYes