Bombermaaan is an open-source remake of the classic Bomberman game – originally developed in the 80s for the NES.
The best thing about this new version is that it fully respects the design, graphics, sound effects and gameplay of the original title. Bombermaaan sees you as a small character trapped inside a labyrinth, setting off bombs to open up his way out and kill his opponents. As you progress through the level, you’ll find all sorts of power-ups to help you in your mission: extra bombs, more power, higher speed, remote control for bombs, and so on.
Bombermaaan can be played by up to 5 people at the same time, using either keyboard or joysticks. The keys can be defined in the game’s options menu. There are only 8 levels in Bombermaaan, but you can download a pack with 150 extra levels from the developer’s website.
If you’re used to modern games, you’ll obviously find Bombermaaan quite limited. But for all of us who were kids in the 80s and played video games back then, it’s a sweet, fun way to remember those good old times.
Bombermaaan brings the classic Bomberman game back to life with a very faithful version that can be upgraded to 150 levels.