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Atomic Punk (Arcade)

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Atomic Punk

Also known as: Bomberman (JP), Dynablaster (EU)
Developer: Irem
Publisher: Irem
Platform: Arcade (Irem M90 system)
Released internationally: 1991


AnimationsIcon.png This game has unused animations.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.


Hmmm...
To do:
Compare stages between the Japanese and International versions.

Bomberman's Atomic Punk's first arcade outing and the first half of the Irem duology. King Bomber takes a turn to the dark side! Four player (unless you live in Japan) madness ensues.

Unused Enemy Graphics

This enemy, which normally hides behind a soft block disguise to protect itself from explosions, only appears in worlds 1 and 6. However, it has graphics for every world in the game.

Now you see me...

World 2 soft block design.

Now you don't!

World 3 soft block design.

A pretty disguise

World 4. Uses the hard block design for whatever reason.

So cold...

World 5.

???

A soft block design seen nowhere in the final game.

(Source: Ragey)

Regional Differences

Subpages

AtomicStageIcon.gif
Stage Differences
"Now with 75% more Robo-Bomber!"

Title Screen

Japan North America Europe
Bomberman! Were punks still relevant in the 90s? Dyna...who?

The game has three different names. The American name shares a title with a Game Boy game and the European name shares its title with an NES game.

Multiplayer & VS.Game

Japan International
BomberMenu.png AtomicMenu.png
  • The Japanese version only supports up to two players. The Western releases increased this to four.
  • VS.Mode (aka Battle Game) is exclusive to the Japanese version.