Atomic Bomberman was a multiplayer focused game on the PC with a "westernized" style.
This page contains Atomic Bomberman cheats, hints, walkthroughs and more for PC. This game has been made by Interplay and published by Interplay at Jul 31, 1997. Atomic Bomberman was made in "Action" genre.
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Release date(s): July 31, 1997: EU
Genre(s): Arcade, maze
Mode(s): Single player, multiplayer
Atomic Bomberman is a game by Interplay Productions for the PC that was released in 1997. It was the first original Bomberman game to be developed for Windows, and the second game of the series made for the PC, following Dynablaster. The game is relatively unusual in the Bomberman series, as it was officially licensed from Hudson Soft and developed by an American team. Most titles in the series were developed in Japan. It has a different look and feel compared to other Bomberman titles as a result, using pre-rendered 3D characters and backgrounds as opposed to hand-drawn animated sprites, techno-inspired background music and the extensive use of voice samples during gameplay. The voice clips are by voice actors Charlie Adler and Billy West.