Bomberman Collection Vol.1 - Main Bomberman Series Games

Main Bomberman Series Games

Title Year Platforms Notes
Bomberman 1983 MSX, ZX Spectrum, Sharp MZ-700 MSX-only release in Japan, release for both systems in Europe as Eric and the Floaters
3-D Bomberman 1984 MSX Uses first-person perspective. Japan-only release.
Bomberman 1985
NES Game Boy Advance and N-Gage re-releases in 2004
Bomber Man Special 1986 MSX A port of the NES game. Information:
Bomberman 1990
TurboGrafx-16, Amiga, Atari ST, MS-DOS, X68000 Released as Bomberman only for TG-16 release, which was first Bomberman release to support 5 players; first Bomberman game for IBM-PC. It was released as Dyna Blaster in Europe.
Bomberman II 1991
NES Released as Dynablaster in Europe
Bomberman '93 1992
TurboGrafx-16 Released on Wii's Virtual Console
Bomberman '94 1993 PC Engine, Sega Genesis (Mega Drive) Japan-only release for PCE, released in 1994 for the Genesis as Mega Bomberman, 5-player multitap support; released on Wii's Virtual Console on March 23, 2009 in the US and on July 10, 2009 in Europe]
Bomberman B-Daman 1996 SNES Japan-only, part of the B-Daman series. Box art:
Hi-Ten Bomberman 1993 custom NEC computer Made for high-definition, widescreen TVs, but never released; only shown as a tech demo at the 1993 Hudson Soft Gaming Caravan event and said to be the basis for Saturn Bomberman
Super Bomberman 1993 SNES 4-player multitap support
Super Bomberman 2 1994 SNES 4-player multitap support
Super Bomberman 3 1995 SNES 5-player multitap support, Japan and Europe release only
Super Bomberman 4 1996 SNES Japan-only release
Super Bomberman 5 1997 SNES Japan-only release
Saturn Bomberman 1996 Sega Saturn 10-player multitap support; first Bomberman game with official internet support; regarded as one of the series' highpoints
Atomic Bomberman 1996 PC (Windows) 10-player support through IPX networking; first Bomberman title for Windows, developed by Interplay Entertainment
Saturn Bomberman Fight!! 1997 Sega Saturn Japan-only release
Neo Bomberman 1997 Neo-Geo MVS
Bomberman 64 1997 N64 4-player support, first Bomberman game with 3D graphics
Bomberman Hero 1998 N64 Focus on single-player adventure game
Bomberman 64: The Second Attack 2000 N64 First appearance of Pommy, one of the Charaboms
Bomberman World 1998 PlayStation
Bomberman 64 2001 (Japan only) N64 4-player support (unrelated to 1997 title of the same name)
Bomberman Party Edition 1998 PlayStation A PlayStation port of the game
Bomberman Online 2001 Dreamcast 4-player local, 8-player online support
Bomberman Jetters 2002 GameCube, PlayStation 2 PS2 release was Japan-only; based on the Bomberman Jetters anime series
Bomberman Generation 2002 GameCube One of the first games to use cel-shaded graphics
Online Bomberman 2003 PC 6-player support, released only in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan
Bomberman Collection Vol.1 2003 PC Compilation of Bomberman (TG-16), Bomberman '93 and Bomberman World for Windows
Bomberman Land 2000 PlayStation Japan-only release
Bomberman Land 2 2003 GameCube, PlayStation 2 Japan-only release
Bomberman Collection VOL.2 2004 PC Compilation of the SNES Super Bomberman 1–3 and PlayStation Bomberman Party Edition
Bomberman Land 3 2005 PlayStation 2 Japan-only release
Bomberman: Act Zero 2006 Xbox 360 Realistic re-envisioning of the character
Bomberman Land (Wii) 2007 Wii Remake of 2000 Japan-only release, designed to take advantage of Wii controller
Bomberman Live 2007 Xbox 360 (Xbox Live Arcade) 8-player online support
Bomberman Blast 2008 Wii, WiiWare One of first games announced for WiiWare; also released as an expanded retail game; 8-player support, online and offline
Bomberman Ultra 2009 PlayStation 3 (PlayStation Network) 8-player online support
Bomberman Live: Battlefest 2010 Xbox Live Arcade

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