List of Bomberman video games

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This is a list of Bomberman video games.

Main Bomberman games on home consoles and computers[edit]

Title Year Platforms Notes
Bomberman / Bakudan Otoko Japan 1983
European Union 1984
NEC PC-8801, NEC PC-6001 mkII, Fujitsu FM-7, Sharp MZ-700, Sharp MZ-2000, Sharp X1, MSX, ZX Spectrum Original releases in Japan named Bakudan Otoko on most covers, but Bomberman in the game, released for MSX and ZX Spectrum in Europe as Eric and the Floaters.
3-D Bomberman Japan 1984 NEC PC-8801, NEC PC-6001 mkII, MSX, Sharp X1 Uses first-person perspective. Japan-only release.
Bomberman Japan 1985
United States 1989
NES/Family Computer Re-released on MSX in 1986 (as Bomberman Special) and on Game Boy Advance and N-Gage in 2004.
Bomberman Japan 1990
United StatesEuropean Union 1991
TurboGrafx-16/PC Engine, Sharp X68000, Amiga, MS-DOS, Atari ST Released as Bomberman for the TG-16/PC Engine release, which was the first Bomberman release to support five players; first Bomberman game for the IBM-PC. It was released as Dynablaster in Europe.
Bomberman II JapanEuropean Union 1991
United States 1993
NES/Family Computer Released as Dynablaster in Europe
Bomberman '93 Japan 1992
United States 1993
TurboGrafx-16/PC Engine Released on Wii's Virtual Console.
Super Bomberman JapanUnited StatesEuropean Union 1993 Super Famicom/SNES 4-player multitap support. First title in the series to be released on the SNES.
Bomberman '94 / Mega Bomberman Japan 1993
United StatesEuropean Union 1994
PC Engine, Sega Mega Drive/Genesis Japan-only release for the PC Engine version, released the following year for the Western markets on Sega Mega Drive/Genesis as Mega Bomberman, 5-player multitap support; the PC-Engine version was later released on Wii Virtual Console (albeit untranslated) on March 23, 2009 in the US and on July 10, 2009 in Europe.
Super Bomberman 2 JapanUnited States 1994
European Union 1995
Super Famicom/SNES 4-player multitap support.
Super Bomberman 3 JapanEuropean Union 1995 Super Famicom/SNES 5-player multitap support, Japan and Europe release only.
Super Bomberman 4 Japan 1996 Super Famicom Japan-only release.
Saturn Bomberman Japan 1996
United StatesEuropean Union 1997
Sega Saturn 10-player multitap support; first Bomberman game with official internet support; regarded as one of the series' highpoints.
Super Bomberman 5 Japan 1997 Super Famicom Japan-only release. Last title in the series to be released on the Super Famicom.
Atomic Bomberman United StatesEuropean Union 1997 PC (Windows) 10-player support through IPX networking; first Bomberman title for Windows, developed by Interplay Entertainment.
Bomberman 64 JapanEuropean UnionUnited States 1997 Nintendo 64 4-player support, first Bomberman game with 3D graphics.
Saturn Bomberman Fight!! Japan 1997 Sega Saturn Japan-only release.
Bomberman World JapanEuropean UnionUnited States 1998 PlayStation First title in the series to be released on the PlayStation. Many of its gameplay elements were carried from the unreleased Virtual Boy title Virtual Bomberman.
Bomberman Hero JapanUnited StatesEuropean Union 1998 Nintendo 64 Focus on single-player adventure game.
Bomberman Party Edition Japan 1998
European Union 1999
United States 2000
PlayStation A PlayStation port of the original NES game from 1985. Known simply as Bomberman in Japan and Europe.
Bomberman 64: The Second Attack Japan 1999
United States 2000
Nintendo 64 First appearance of Pommy, one of the Charaboms.
Bomberman Online United States 2001 Dreamcast US-only release; 4-player local, 8-player online support.
Bomberman 64 Japan 2001 Nintendo 64 Japan-only; 4-player support. Unrelated to the 1997 title of the same name.
Bomberman Generation United StatesJapanEuropean Union 2002 GameCube One of the first games to use cel-shaded graphics.
Bomberman Jetters Japan 2002
United States 2004
GameCube, PlayStation 2 PS2 release was Japan-only; based on the Bomberman Jetters anime series.
Bomberman Online JapanKoreaHong KongTaiwan 2003 PC 6-player support, exclusive to Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan.
Net de Bomberman Japan 2004 PlayStation 2 Japan-only release.
Bomberman: Act Zero JapanUnited StatesEuropean Union 2006 Xbox 360 Realistic re-envisioning of the character.
Bomberman Live JapanUnited StatesEuropean Union 2007 Xbox 360 (Xbox Live Arcade) 8-player online support.
Bomberman Blast European UnionJapanUnited States 2008 Wii, WiiWare One of the first games announced for WiiWare; also released as an expanded retail game in Japan; 8-player support, online and offline.
Bomberman Ultra United StatesJapanEuropean Union 2009 PlayStation 3 (PlayStation Network) 8-player online support.
Bomberman Live: Battlefest JapanUnited StatesEuropean Union 2010 Xbox Live Arcade Last title in the series to be published by Hudson Soft.
Super Bomberman R JapanUnited StatesEuropean Union 2017 Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows 8-player online and offline support.

Main portable Bomberman games[edit]

Title Year Platforms Notes
Bomber Boy Japan 1990
United StatesEuropean Union 1991
Game Boy Known as Atomic Punk in North America and Dynablaster in Europe.
Bomberman GB / Wario Blast: Featuring Bomberman! JapanUnited States 1994
European Union 1995
Game Boy Named Wario Blast: Featuring Bomberman! outside of Japan; also Nintendo's earliest crossover game.
Bomberman GB 2 Japan 1995
United StatesEuropean Union 1998
Game Boy Named Bomberman GB in North America and Europe.
Bomberman GB 3 Japan 1996 Game Boy Japan-only release; released in Japan for Virtual Console.
Pocket Bomberman Japan 1997
United StatesEuropean Union 1998
Game Boy, Game Boy Color GBC release only in the US and in Europe.
Bomberman Quest Japan 1998
United StatesEuropean Union 1999
Game Boy Color Role-playing video game.
Bomberman Max Japan 1999
United StatesEuropean Union 2000
Game Boy Color Released in two variants, Red Challenger and Blue Champion editions.
Bomberman Story / Bomberman Tournament JapanUnited StatesEuropean Union 2001 Game Boy Advance 4-player support.
Bomberman Max 2 JapanUnited StatesEuropean Union 2002 Game Boy Advance Released in two variants, Blue Advance and Red Advance.
Bomberman United StatesEuropean Union 2004 N-Gage 2-player support over wireless play via Bluetooth. First title in the series to support wireless play.[1]
Bomberman (Nintendo DS) JapanUnited StatesEuropean Union 2005 Nintendo DS 8-player support over wireless play, but no internet Wi-Fi support.
Bomberman JapanUnited States 2006
European Union 2007
PlayStation Portable 4-player support over wireless play; North America.
Bomberman Story DS JapanEuropean Union 2007 Nintendo DS 4-player support over Wi-Fi connection.
Bomberman 2 Japan 2008
European Union 2009
Nintendo DS Named Custom Battler Bomberman in Japan.
Bomberman Blitz JapanEuropean UnionUnited States 2009 DSiWare 8-player support over wireless play and 4-player support over Wi-Fi connection.

Bomberman arcade games[edit]

Title Year Platform Notes
Bomberman JapanUnited StatesEuropean Union 1991 Arcade Known as Dynablaster and Atomic Punk in Western regions.
Bomberman World JapanUnited StatesEuropean Union 1992 Arcade Known as Dynablaster Global Quest and Atomic Punk Global Quest/Atomic Punk 2 in Western regions.
Neo Bomberman JapanUnited StatesEuropean Union 1997 Neo Geo MVS First and only title of the series to be released on the Neo Geo. Never released for the Neo Geo AES and Neo Geo CD.
Bomberman The Medal 2018 Arcade A Medal game based on the videogame Super Bomberman R.
Bombergirl TBA Arcade Upcoming arcade title.

Bomberman games on mobile devices[edit]

Title Year Platforms Notes
Bomberman 2003 Mobile devices
Super Bomberman 2003 Mobile devices
Bomberman Jetters 2003 Mobile devices Japan-only release; based on the anime series Bomberman Jetters.
Bomberman Special 2004 Mobile devices
Bomberman RPG 2005 Mobile Phones
Play ☆ Panic Bomber + 2005[citation needed] Mobile Phones
Play ☆ IQ + 2005[citation needed] Mobile Phones
☆ play Bomberman Cross 2005[citation needed] Mobile Phones
Bomberman Next Gotochi Kanto Hen 2005[citation needed] Mobile Phones
Bomberman Next Gotochi Kinki Hen 2005[citation needed] Mobile Phones
Bomberman 2007 iOS
Gachapin☆Bomberman 2007 i-mode A Bomberman game using Gachapin characters; Japan-only release
Bomberman Land Battles 2007[citation needed] Mobile Phones
Bomberman Touch: The Legend of Mystic Bomb 2008 iOS
Bomberman Touch 2: Volcano Party 2009 iOS
Bomberman Dojo 2010 Android, iOS [2]
One Hundred Person Battle Bomberman 2012 iOS, iPad
Bomberman (iOS) 2014 Android, iOS [3]
VS! Bomberman 2016 Android, iOS Named 対戦!ボンバーマン in Japan.[4]

Bomberman Land games[edit]

Title Year Platforms Notes
Bomberman Land Japan 2000 PlayStation Japan-only release.
Bomberman Land 2 Japan 2003 GameCube, PlayStation 2 Japan-only release.
Bomberman Land 3 Japan 2005 PlayStation 2 Japan-only release.
Bomberman Land Touch! JapanUnited States 2006
European Union 2007
Nintendo DS 8-player support over wireless play, 4-player internet Wi-Fi.
Bomberman Land (Wii) Japan 2007
United StatesEuropean Union 2008
Wii Remake of 2000 Japan-only release, designed to take advantage of Wii controller.
Bomberman Land (PSP) Japan 2007
United StatesEuropean Union 2008
PlayStation Portable 4-player support with one per system or with only one copy of the game.
Bomberman Land Touch! 2 Japan 2007
United StatesEuropean Union 2008
Nintendo DS 8-player support over wireless play and 4-player support over Wi-Fi connection.

Spin-offs[edit]

Title Year Platforms Notes
Bomber King / RoboWarrior Japan 1987
United States 1988
European Union 1989
Famicom/NES, MSX Released outside Japan under the name RoboWarrior; Bomberman-like progressive adventure game
Bomber King: Scenario 2 / Blaster Master Boy/Jr. JapanEuropean Union 1991
United States 1992
Game Boy Sequel to Bomber King; slightly altered and released by Sunsoft in America and PAL regions under the Blaster Master license
Bomberman: Panic Bomber Japan 1994
United States 1995
PC Engine CD, Neo Geo, Super Famicom, NEC PC-9821, FM Towns, Sharp X68000, Virtual Boy, PlayStation Portable Puzzle game, similar to Puyo Puyo and Tetris; all versions except for Neo Geo and Virtual Boy are Japan-exclusive; the original PC-Engine CD version is available for North America and Europe through Wii U Virtual Console (albeit untranslated)
Bomberman B-Daman Japan 1996 Super Famicom Japan-only, part of the B-Daman series.
Bomberman Wars Japan 1998 PlayStation, Sega Saturn Japan-only release; tactical role-playing game (TRPG)
Bomberman Fantasy Race Japan 1998
United States 1999
European Union 2000
PlayStation Racing game
Bomberman B-Daman Bakugaiden: The Road to Victory Japan 1999 Game Boy Color Japan-only release; based on the anime series, Bomberman B-Daman Bakugaiden, role-playing game
Bomberman B-Daman Bakugaiden V: Final Mega Tune Japan 2000 Game Boy Color Japan-only release; based on the anime series, Bomberman B-Daman Bakugaiden V, role-playing game
Bomberman Kart Japan 2001
European Union 2003
PlayStation 2 Released in Japan and PAL regions only; kart racing game
Bomberman Jetters: The Legendary Bomberman Japan 2002 Game Boy Advance Japan-only release; based on the anime series, Bomberman Jetters
Bomberman Jetters Game Collection Japan 2003 Game Boy Advance Japan-only release; based on the anime series, Bomberman Jetters
DreamMix TV World Fighters Japan 2003 GameCube, PlayStation 2 Released in Japan only; crossover fighting game featuring Bomberman as a playable character.
BoBomberman Japan 2004 Game Boy Advance Minigame based on the NES version of Bomberman, but using characters from the Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo series; unlocked in the Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo GBA game, Bakutou Hajike Taisen
Bomberman Battles / Bomberman Hardball Japan 2004
European Union 2005
PlayStation 2 Released in Japan and PAL regions only; sports and party game
Bomberman: Bakufuu Sentai Bombermen Japan 2006 PlayStation Portable Japan-only release
Bomberman: Disney Stitch Edition Japan 2010 Mobile Phone A Bomberman Game based on the anime Stitch![5]
Bomberman: Chains Japan 2011 iOS Puzzle game, similar to Bejeweled

Compilations and re-releases[edit]

Title Year Platforms Notes
Bomberman Collection[6] Japan 1996 Game Boy Japan-only release, compilation of Bomber Boy, Bomberman GB and Bomberman GB2
Bomberman Selection[7] Korea 2003 Game Boy Color Korea-only release, compilation of Bomber Boy and Bomberman GB2
Bomberman Collection Vol. 1 JapanUnited States 2003 PC Compilation of Bomberman (TG-16), Bomberman '93 and Bomberman World (PS1) for Windows
Bomberman Collection Vol. 2 Japan 2004 PC Japan-only release, compilation of the SNES Super Bomberman 1–3 and PlayStation Bomberman Party Edition[8][9]
Hudson Best Collection Vol. 1 - Bomberman Collection Japan 2005 Game Boy Advance Compilation title of the first two NES Bomberman games. Japan-only release

Cancelled games[edit]

Title Year Platforms Notes
Dyna Blaster European Union 1991 (C64)
European Union 1992 (Lynx)
Atari Lynx, Commodore 64 The C64 port was 70% complete prior to discontinuation of its development.[10][11] No more information about the Atari Lynx version has surfaced besides of being listed on April 2, 2007 at the Retro Isle website and no prototype has surfaced.[12]
Hi-Ten Bomberman[a] Japan 1993 Custom NEC PC Made for high-definition widescreen televisions but never released for the general public. First showcased and playable at Hudson Soft's 1993 Super Caravan Tournament and was last seen playable on NHK Studio Park in August 1997 in Japan. Ran on a combination of two PC Engine units (basic hardware and controller inputs) and a custom PC-based PCB nicknamed Iron Man,[b] which later became the basis for the PC-FX's hardware. 5 units were produced and the last reportedly known unit was on Hudson Soft's offices in 2010 but no traces of it have been found after merging with Konami in 2011. Considered to be the first-ever HD game and said to be the basis for Saturn Bomberman. 10-player multitap support and first game in the series to support ten players locally.[13][14][15][16][17]
Hi-Ten Chara Bomb[c] Japan 1994 Custom NEC PC A updated version of Hi-Ten Bomberman, which increased the arena's size and introduced selectable characters, most of which were from other Hudson properties such as Bonk, Far East of Eden, Milon's Secret Castle and Momotaro Dentetsu. It was showcased and playable at Hudson Soft's 1994 Super Caravan Tournament.[18][13][16]
Jaguar Bomberman[d] United StatesEuropean UnionJapan 1995 Atari Jaguar It was an exclusive entry of the franchise that was being developed for the Atari Jaguar by Genetic Fantasia and planned to be published by Atari Corporation with the license from Hudson Soft, but due to financial difficulties from Atari Corp. to keep funding its development and the system's lack of success on the market, it was quietly cancelled midway in development though artwork, prototypes and source code have been found on May 25, 2014 by Jeremy & Mike Mika, the game's programmers. 8-player multitap support.[19][20][21][22][23][24][25][26][27][28]
Virtual Bomberman[e] Japan 1996 Virtual Boy It was an exclusive entry of the franchise that was being developed for the Virtual Boy. It was shown in Hudson's booth on Famicon Space World '95 but its release date was postponed multiple times until it was cancelled in 1996 due to the system's lack of success on the market, but many of its gameplay elements that were planned to be introduced can be seen in Bomberman World, which was released 2 years later. A flyer and a keshi mini figure of the villain God Bomber exists. A prototype from the Famicon Space World '95 show exist but no traces of it has been found.[29][30][31][32][33]
Bomberman 3DS[f] JapanUnited StatesEuropean Union 2011 Nintendo 3DS Working title. It was an exclusive entry of the franchise that was being developed for the Nintendo 3DS. It was announced in February 2011 and acknowledged one last time in E3 2011, with plans to have both single-player mode (in vein of Bomberman 64) and the multiplayer mode with support for either wireless or online play. It was the last title in the series to be developed by Hudson Soft before merging with Konami in 2011. A few screenshots, press release flyer and a five seconds teaser trailer exists.[34][35][36][37][38]

Clones[edit]

Title Year Platform Notes
Warp & Warp JapanUnited States 1981 (Arcade)
Japan 1983 (PV-1000)
JapanKorea 1984 (MSX)
Japan 1985 (Family Computer)
Arcade, Family Computer, MSX, PV-1000 Preceding the very first title of the series by two years, one of its gameplay styles, Maze World, is very reminiscent of said title. A sequel titled Warpman, was released in 1985.
Blow It Germany 1986 Commodore 64 Developed by Input 64. One of the earliest Bomberman clones. 2-player support.
Bomb Blast Taiwan 1990 Gamate Developed by Bit Corporation. Titled Bomb Blaster in some markets.
Bug Bomber 1991 (Amiga)
1992 (C64, DOS, ST)
Amiga, Atari ST, Commodore 64, DOS Developed by Kingsoft and published by Global Software. One of the more notable aspect of the title is the way how enemies are defeated depending on how the joystick is pressed while pressing the fire button. 4-player support.
Exvania Japan 1992 Arcade Developed by Namco.
Kabi-Island: Gold in Island Taiwan 1992 Watara Supervision Developed by Thin Chen Enterprise. A top-down action-adventure puzzle game.
Moonquake 1992 Acorn Computers Developed by Paul Taylor and originally published on the Archimedes World's December 1992 coverdisc.
Bomboy (轟炸小子) China 1993 Sega Genesis Also known as Explosion Kid . Developed and published by Gamtec. It was designed similar to Super Bomberman, but with no Battle Mode and the level layout omits the grid-based design common in most Bomberman games. Has 10 worlds with 5 levels each and has 2-player support.
Bomb Squad 1993 Commodore 64 Developed and published by Exploding Head Productions. 2-player simultaneous support. Released on diskette.
Bomb'X 1993 Amiga, Atari ST, DOS Developed and published by Mediagogo, its an adult parody of Bomberman.
Detonators: Bomber's Day 1993 Commodore 64 Developed by Digital Excess. 2-player support. Released on July’s 1993 Game On diskette.
Dynaboys 1993 Commodore 64 4-player support.
Dynabusters 1993 (ST)
Germany 2001 (Lynx)
Atari Lynx, Atari ST Developed and released by Scynacore. 6-player support. A clone of Dynabusters for the Atari Lynx named Lynx Blast increased the number of players from 6 to 8 with link cable support. The ROM image was released to the public by the author Bjorn Spruck.
Pang Poland 1993 Atari 8-bit family Unrelated to the 1989 title of the same name. Published by ASF s.c..
XBlast 1993 PC (Windows) and UNIX/Linux XBlast is a multiplayer version released under the GNU General Public License by Marc Oliver Vogel for Microsoft Windows and X11R5/R6.[39][40]
Cheeky Twins II Germany 1994 Commodore 64 2-player support, released on Magic Disk.
Firefox Germany 1994 Commodore 64 Developed by Twice Effect. Single-player only.
Penguin Tower United Kingdom 1994 Commodore 64 Developed by Problemchild Productions. 2-player simultaneous support. Released on October's 1994 issue of Commodore Format.[41]
Bombs Away 1995 Atari ST Freeware title.
Bomber Boy 1995 DOS 4-player support.
Bombmania 1995 Amiga Developed by MegArts and published by M-Soft Sotware Design.
Bomb Mania Poland 1995 Commodore 64 Single-player only.
Dstroy 1995 (DOS)
2006 (Linux, Windows)
2007 (GP2X, Nintendo DS)
DOS, GP2X, Linux, Nintendo DS, Windows Developed and published by Fully Bugged Software. 4-player support. A remake was released in 2006 for computers and in 2007 for handhelds.
Lethal Bombs Germany 1995 Commodore 64 2-player support simultaneous.
Mega Blast 1995 Amiga, DOS Developed by Crossroads and published by L.K. Avalon.
Taiketsu! Rooms[g] Japan 1995 3DO Interactive Multiplayer, PlayStation 4-player multitap support.[42]
Triada Poland 1995 Commodore 64 Includes a clone named Bombi, with similar gameplay and rules.
Bombastic Benny! 1996 Commodore 64 2-player support simultaneous.
Boom Zoo Taiwan 1996 Super A'Can 2-player support simultaneous.
Mine Bombers 1996 DOS Developed by Skitso Productions.
The Perfect General United States 1996 3DO Interactive Multiplayer A mini-game of a similar style is included as a free bonus only on the 3DO version.[43]
Boom 1996 Macintosh Developed by Factor Software.
Assassins 1997 Commodore 64 2-player support simultaneous only.
Atak Sapera 1997 Commodore 64 2-player support simultaneous only.
Bomb Mania Germany 1997 Commodore 64 4-player support (4-player adapter needed).
Bomberman 2 1997 MSX Not to be confused with the 1991 title of the same name. Developed by Paragon Productions, it was designed similar to Super Bomberman 2. Released as freeware in 2011.[44]
Marsquake 1997 Acorn Computers Sequel to Moonquake.
Micro Assassins 1997 Commodore 64 2-player support simultaneous only.
Rise of the Rabbits 1997 Amiga Developed and published by Abyss.
Spod Blaster 1997 Amiga Developed and published by Manta Soft. 6-player support.
Zwei Bereten 1997 Commodore 64 2-player support.
3D Bomber 1998 DOS Freeware title, similar to 3-D Bomberman.
BlitzBombers 1998 Amiga Developed by Red When Excited and published by Leading Edge. Contains both Single-player and Multiplayer modes.
TNT Terry Netherlands 1998 Atari Lynx Developed by Laurens Simonis and Yiri T. Kohl. It was announced in 1998, with plans to include a single-player mode and a level editor alongside the multiplayer mode, among other features, with plans to support up to 6-player via link cable. It was showcased on JagFest '98 and World of Atari 1998 Show. Development was abruptly stopped between 1998 and 1999 for unknown reasons before nearing completion, and it has not been released on any form by the authors. Only 3 prototypes are known to exist in the hands of collectors.[45][46][47][48][49][50][51]
Bakudanjin 1999 Apple Macintosh An arcade-style game with the same game mechanic as Bomberman but with different game modes and original characters.[52]
I Can't Believe It's Not... Bomberman 1999 DOS Developed and published by Dodgy Posse.
Isometric Bomber 1999 DOS Developed by Diox Soft and published by Stratos, Asociacion de Desarrolladores. Its most notable feature is the hand-drawn crayon artstyle, similar to Yoshi's Island.
Mr.Boom France 1999 (DOS)
2017 (RetroArch, SDL2)
DOS, RetroArch, SDL2 Mr.Boom is a freeware network compatible Bomberman clone originally developed on DOS up to 8 players with features like AI bots, pushing bombs, remote controls and kangaroo riding...) It was ported to the RetroArch platform and to SDL2 in 2017.[53]
Dynamite 2001 Amiga Online support for multiplayer and sharing levels.
BomberFUN 2002 PC (Windows) Developed by LightBrain and published by dtp Vertrieb und Marketing. 8-player LAN or online support.
Fox Jones: The Treasures of El Dorado 2003 PC (Windows) Developed by Evis Games and published by Play.com.pl, its an overhead 3D arcade-styled clone.
Bombaman SwitzerlandNetherlands 2004 MSX Developed by Team Bomba and published by Sunrise for MSX.
Rikki and Mikki to the Rescue! 2006 PC (Windows) Developed by Miga Studio and published by Alawar Entertainment, Inc.
Bomberman C64 United Kingdom 2007 Commodore 64 Developed and published by Samar Productions. Single-player only.
Bombaman: Extra Ammo 2008 MSX Extended freeware release of the original Bombaman.
TNT France 2008 Atari Jaguar Developed by The Removers. It was showcased at the Atari Connexion 2008 event hosted by Retro-gaming Connexion. Not released yet. 8-player multitap support.[54][55]
About Bombs and Explosives 2009 PC (Windows) A classic-style arcade game; main goal is to place bombs and blow up anything in users way; in single player mode, one must find the way through about 100 levels by eliminating monsters and searching for exit; in battle mode, one must destroy other players; standard last man standing type of game, or team play; freeware.
Granatier 2009 Linux Published by KDE e.V.5-player online support.
PopTag! 2009 PC (Windows) Released by Crazy Arcade; Nexon America runs a global version, almost exactly the same as Bomberman and is an MMO.
Bomb Meirin 2010 Windows Developed and published by D.N.A.Software, its a clone title based on the Touhou Project series.
Dungeon Blaster 2011 Commodore 64 Developed by Sensei-64 and published by Retro Dreams. Single-player only.
Bomb Buddies 2012 Windows, Facebook Bomb Buddies is a Bomberman style game with 8-player simultaneous multiplayer sessions across 120 levels and 8 game modes.
Bomberland United Kingdom 2013 Commodore 64 Developed by Samar Productions and published by RGCD. 5-player support (keyboard and 4-player adapter needed). It was released as a free download on February 12, 2018.[56][57]
Basement Crawl 2014 PlayStation 4 Developed and published by Bloober Team.
BomberMan 2014 Windows Phone Bomberman-inspired game by independent developer.[58]
Bombing Bastards/Bombing Busters 2014 (Wii U, Windows)
2015 (Linux, Macintosh, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita)
2016 (Android, iPad, iPhone)
Android, iPad, iPhone, Linux, Macintosh, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Wii U, Windows 4-player local and 8-player online support.
Brawl 2015 (Android, Linux, Macintosh, PlayStation 4, Windows)
2018 (Nintendo Switch)
Android, Linux, Macintosh, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Windows Developed and published by Bloober Team.
KABOOM! 2015 Apple IIGS Developed and published by Ninjaforce. 4-player support.[59]
Alice Dreams Tournament 2016 Sega Dreamcast Funded via Kickstarter in 2015.[60]
BomberZone 2016 Macintosh, Windows Developed by Dracula Bytes and published by SC exosyphen studios SRL, its an overhead 3D arcade-styled clone.
Retro Bombers 2016 Commodore 64 4-player support.
Robee Blaster France 2017 ColecoVision Developed by Jean-Michel Girard and published by CollectorVision, it is designed similar to Bomberman II.[61]

References[edit]

Notes

  1. ^ Hi-Ten Bomberman (HI-TEN ボンバーマン, Haiten Bonbāman)
  2. ^ Iron Man (鉄人, Tetsujin)
  3. ^ Hi-Ten Chara Bomb (HI-TEN キャラBOM, Haiten Kyarabomu)
  4. ^ Jaguar Bomberman (ジャガー ボンバーマン, Jagā Bonbāman)
  5. ^ Virtual Bomberman (バーチャル ボンバーマン, Bācharu Bonbāman)
  6. ^ Bomberman 3DS (ボンバーマン 3DS, Bonbāman 3DS)
  7. ^ Taiketsu! Rooms (対決るみーず!, Taiketsu! Rumiizu)

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