Mega Man Battle Chip Challenge is a video game developed by Inti Creates and published by Capcom for Game Boy Advance in 2004. This is almost a spinoff of the world hit Mega Man Battle Network series. The GBA version was also localized in the US and European markets three years later.
For those who have never heard of Mega Man, this series of games updated the myth of Mega Man. They exaggerated the story into an adventure centered around the computer network and virus. You will play as Lan, a boy who owns a PDA device, which contains an artificial intelligence “net Navi”. The games simulate the mega man and Lan duo trying together against the dark forces WWw – which conspires to disrupt cyberspace with viruses. Lan sent the hero Mega man into cyberspace to control and fight and destroy this plan. The best way to do this is to enter tiered tournaments and win.
This game gives you 2 relatively clear game modes. One is the primary model with one player, and the other can allow you to play with two people simultaneously. In single-player mode, you will be based on linear goals, and you can choose to tackle them one by one. There are many options integrated into each level of the game. However, you’ll only be able to unlock these settings by spending multiple wins, including new leagues and lots of new accessories.
Instead of using cards to attack your enemies, you are given a chip for battle. You need to stack your chips on 12 tiles. Each navigation chip has its properties, including attack point, attack point, megabit, and elemental attributes. The attack point indicates the damage ability of the attack. Megabits tell you how much memory is needed for your navigation. Finally, the elemental attribute lets you know if your army is bound to the game’s fire, power, or woodwork elements. The affinity from this compatibility will be able to inflict more damage on your attacks.