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The 100 Greatest Games | 94 | Bomberman

YEAR: 1987     FORMAT: NES

The 100 Greatest Games | 94 | Bomberman


One of the most famous series in the history of digital entertainment, Bomberman has appeared on pretty much every gaming machine since its Japanese debut. But while the hot-headed hero has often been franchised out into 3D adventures and other genres in recent years, the classic maze game - where players drop bombs that explode down corridors and take out everything in their wake - is fiendishly simple, rewarding and addictive, especially in the demented multiplayer mode.

Memorable for...
Aliases. Bomberman was most famous on the NES, but actually appeared on the first generation of British home computers, including the ZX Spectrum. Although, for licensing reasons, it was known as Eric And The Floaters on the Speccy. Yes, really.

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