Also known as: Bomber King (JP)
Robo Warrior is kinda like a souped-up Bomberman, from the same company. A sequel was released for the Game Boy, which was localized as a Blaster Master title.
An odd mode accessible from the title screen where you can listen to the main theme song and view the lyrics on the screen. The Japanese version unlocks this after you enter the Item Shop upon clearing Levels 1, 3, 6, 9, 12, 16, and 21; just die and return to the title screen.
While it remains in the US version, it can only be enabled by setting RAM address $02F8 to 01 before the title screen appears. The option will appear immediately, and can be selected... but as most of the kanji CHR data is missing, you can't see the text.
|The Bomberman series|
|NES||Bomberman • Bomberman II • Bomber King|
|Game Boy (Color)||Atomic Punk • Bomber King: Scenario 2 • Wario Blast: Featuring Bomberman! • Bomberman GB (US)|
Bomberman Collection • Pocket Bomberman • Bomberman Quest • Bomberman Max • Bomberman Selection
|TurboGrafx-16||Bomberman • Bomberman '93 • Bomberman '94 (Prototype)|
|SNES||Super Bomberman • Super Bomberman 2 • Super Bomberman 3 • Super Bomberman 4 • Super Bomberman 5|
Super Bomberman: Panic Bomber W • Bomberman B-Daman
|Virtual Boy||Panic Bomber|
|Sega Saturn||Saturn Bomberman|
|Nintendo 64||Bomberman 64 (US/Europe) • Bomberman Hero • Bomberman 64: The Second Attack • Bomberman 64 (Japan)|
|Game Boy Advance||Bomberman Tournament • Bomberman Max 2 • Bomberman Jetters • Hudson Best Collection Vol. 1: Bomberman Collection|
|PlayStation 2||Bomberman Kart • Bomberman Jetters • Bomberman Land 2: Game Shijou Saidai no Theme Park|