Wario Blast: Featuring Bomberman!

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Wario Blast: Featuring Bomberman!
Wario Blast box art.jpg
North American cover art
Developer(s) Hudson Soft
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Director(s) Norio Ohkubo
Noriyuki Nakagami
Producer(s) Norihito Miyamoto
Designer(s) Norio Ohkubo
Katsuhiko Urabe
Hiroji Kiyotake
Yoshimitsu Chokki
Programmer(s) Kenji Ogata
Composer(s) Noriyuki Nakagami
Yasuhiko Fukuda
Takashi Morio
Series Bomberman
Wario
Platform(s) Game Boy
Release date(s)
  • NA November 1994
  • PAL June 29, 1995
Genre(s) Action
Mode(s) Single-player

Wario Blast: Featuring Bomberman!, abbreviated as Wario Blast, is a Game Boy game developed by Hudson Soft and published by Nintendo in 1994. It is the western release of Bomberman GB. It is a crossover between Nintendo's Wario franchise and Hudson's signature Bomberman franchise. Despite that, it is still much more of a Bomberman game than a Wario game despite Wario getting top billing. The Bomberman GB released in North America was Bomberman GB 2.

Story[edit]

Wario one day stumbles upon Bomberman's world, and, being the greedy sort he is, decides to loot it for his own gain. Bomberman is the only one that stands between Wario and the complete decimation of his world.

Gameplay[edit]

Throughout the game, the objective of the game is to blow up enemies to move on to the next stage. Every stage is viewed from an overhead perspective, as walls are blown up to find power-ups (which increase the power of explosions, or the number of bombs that can be set) and locate enemies. Victory comes once they are defeated. After three rounds, the side with more victories wins and moves on to the next stage. When playing the game, the player can play as either Wario or Bomberman, but this only changes the enemies from Black Bombermen to Wario clones, and back.

Connectivity[edit]

The game was part of a limited series of Game Boy games that were enhanced for play on the SNES through the Super Game Boy device. The enhanced game offered a special Wario & Bomberman frame around the TV screen, color graphics and custom explosion sounds, and a multiplayer mode which allowed for simultaneous gameplay between opponents. The game uses a password system to save progress instead of a battery back-up.

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