Top 20 Mattel Interactive Games
Bomberman was released in 1983 as a home computer game available on the MSX, NEC PC-8801, NEC PC-6001, Sharp MZ-700 and FM-7 in Japan. It was released in a censored version under a different name (Eric and the Floaters) in Europe, and was later ported to the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1985. The game allows the player to navigate Bomberman through a series of mazes while avoiding enemies and clearing a path with bombs. It is an early creation of Hudson Soft, and spawned a long-running series of games revolving around the title character.
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Bomberman II follows the popular NES game Bomberman, incorporating a number of new features to the series. The game maintained the classic Bomberman game-type, requiring the player to navigate a maze of blocks using bombs to make a path. It added a two-player and three-player mode, and had a more developed storyline. The game was developed by Hudson Soft and released on the Family Computer and the NES. It was marketed as Dynablaster in Europe.