Mighty no. 9: Go For It! Beck! (lost browser game; 2015)

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A screenshot from the game.

Status: Lost

Mighty no. 9 was a platformer released on June 21, 2016. The game was crowdfunded by Kickstarter and was meant to be a spiritual successor to Mega Man since the writer Keiji Inafune formerly worked on the game. The game was panned, constantly delayed, and has become infamous in the world of gaming.

When Mighty no. 9 was delayed into 2016, Concept commissioned Neos Corporation, and Yahoo Japan released a browser version to help ease the fanbase. The game was released on September 15, 2015.[1][2][3][4][5][6] The game was made in the HTLM5 programming language.


You play as Beck and you press your mouse once to jump, and twice to double jump. Beck automatically shoots, and he can't move from left to right. You have Three hearts, if you get hit Three times you lose. It's not known the longevity of the game, but the pictures show three different bosses, A fire boss, a lightning boss, as well as a water, and ice boss.


Sometime after being put up the game got deleted. The reporting websites have links to the game, but it isn't secure. It's now white Japanese text against a black background reading ゲームが見つかりません which translates to Game not found in English. A playable version of the game has never resurfaced.


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