|Game Title:||Atomic Bomberman|
|Release Date:||July 31, 1997|
|Publisher:||Hudson Soft, Interplay|
Atomic Bomberman is one of the most unusual entries in the Bomberman series, being developed by a Western company (Interplay), featuring pre-rendered graphics, techno-style BGM and having voice clips. Another notable feature from this game is that it’s the only official PC Bomberman ever released, having support for network play, and it even supports up to 10 players (Only other game that supports 10 players is Saturn Bomberman); but unlike Saturn Bomberman, the playing field is always the same size. Another feature of this game is the creation of “Schemes” which is the placement of players, blocks and distribution of powerups. This level editor can be accessed by pressing Ctrl+E six times in the main menu.
- Operating system: Windows 95 or higher
- CPU: Pentium 90 or higher
- Memory: 16MB of RAM
- Hard drive: 550MB of free disk space
- Graphics hardware: DirectX 3
How to Play:
- Extract with 7-zip
- Run bm95.exe to play.
- If colors are messed up close the game and use Colors-fix.reg
- Run the game again.