VectorMan Classic – Save the last remaining humans from extermination

[Game] VectorMan Classic

VectorMan Classic  Earth 2049 – a toxic hellhole ruled by robots!

Only you, VectorMan, can save the last remaining humans from extermination by the evil dictator Warhead. Now available on mobile, play free and rediscover SEGA’s ground-breaking pre-rendered stunner!

Brawl, blast, morph and bomb your way through 16 lethal levels of mechanized mayhem. Collect devastating power-ups and morph your body into killer weaponry to end the robots’ toxic reign!

FEATURES
16 toxic levels of run ‘n’ gun insanity! Combat waves of mechanized monsters in hellish future-world.
Transform VectorMan into a drill, a bomb, or a mechanized fish to bring the robot tyranny to an end!
The better you are, the more power-ups you’ll earn to give you the edge over a host of insane enemies.

MOBILE GAME FEATURES
PLAY FREE with ad-support or ad-free via In-App Purchase
SAVE YOUR GAMES – save your progress at any point in the game
LEADERBOARDS – compete with the world for high scores
REWIND GAMEPLAY – go back in time to beat some of SEGA’s hardest challenges
HAPTIC SUPPORT: get into the game with responsive button presses
CONTROLLER SUPPORT: HID compatible controllers

RETRO REVIEWS
Absolutely great. One of the best releases of the year.[96%] – CVG (November 1995)
I guarantee your jaw will drop in amazement.[90%] – SEGA Pro (December 1995)

VectorMan TRIVIA
The word Orbot means a robot who’s body is entirely composed of orbs.
When someone completed the game, the game cartridge would light up with a special telephone number for people to dial to see if they were the first to complete it!
When originally released, the first person to complete the game won $25,000 and a role in a SEGA advert for their efforts!
Although VectorMan got a sequel, a third game was originally planned and would have seen our hero redesigned from top to toe!

VectorMan HISTORY
The game was originally released in 1995
Developed by: SEGA
Designers: Rich Karpp & Mark Lorenzen
Composer: Jon Holland

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Game apps are ad-supported and no in-app purchases are required to progress; ad-free play option available with in-app purchase.

This game may include “Interest Based Ads” (please see www.sega.com/mprivacy#2e_Third_Party_Info for more information)​ and may collect “Precise Location Data” ​(please see www.sega.com/mprivacy#2e_Third_Party_Info ​for more information)​

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VectorMan Classic user reviews :

How can I forget this game? One of my all time favorite platform shooters. Graphics were the best seen on Sega Genesis, music was always great, (good enough to listen to alone), and gameplay was pretty challenging. Only thing is the transition from physical controller to touch screen. Difficult, but after some practice it’s pretty ok. Great mobile port of this game.

Love the game now as much as I did when I was a kid but overall the interface is clunky. I would take note from the Sonic Port team and use the interface from it. HID support is present but it lacks the ability to button map a controller. My gripe is that an emulator should not feel better to play. With this game the emulator does 100 percent feel better and that’s not good for a native Port to have said about it.

The game is good except the controls are very bad that’s the only thing I want fixed

Very nice port! But I do have some glaring issues keeping this from 5 stars. First, everytime I do anything, there is an ad that follows it, second is that sometimes saves don’t load, my save wouldn’t load for me and I had to start all over again. Lastly, do you think you could add Vectorman 2 into the game, maybe as an unlockable or something?, Or something like Golden Axe or Shining Forces. Overall however still a fun experience to try out again!

One of my fav retro games. Only downside is it doesn’t fully work with my ipega Bluetooth controller. The d pad doesn’t work only the jump and fire buttons work
  • SEGA
  • This game is compatible with HID controllers. If your controller is listed as HID compatible, please contact help@sega.net with full details of your controller and we will have the development team investigate.

I played this game soooo much as a child on my Genesis…playing now on my phone is a little annoying because I need a controller to really enjoy the combat dynamics to the fullest. EDIT: i was able to connect my xbox one controller to my phone via Bluetooth and it works with this game …oh man!! lets go!

I’ve been waiting for this one. Best Genesis game by far! Controls are a bit wonky, but not too hampering.

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