BugBomber (C64)

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BugBomber
BugBomber - C64 - Germany.jpg
Platform: Commodore 64
Year: 1992
Developer: Kingsoft GmbH

BugBomber is a Bomberman-esque multiplayer action game where you try to destroy computer bugs and your opponents with bombs, landmines, bolts of energy, and seeker robots in the matrix of a computer's memory. Power-ups randomly appear on the screen and increase your abilities if you get them and each of the four possible players are uniquely drawn.

Screenshots

BugBomber - C64 - Title.png

The title screen.

BugBomber - C64 - Menu.png

Setting up a new game.

BugBomber - C64 - Solo.png

Setting traps for the bugs.

BugBomber - C64 - Died.png

Be careful not to blow yourself up!

BugBomber - C64 - Hatchling.png

Using a hatchling.

BugBomber - C64 - Level 2.png

Starting the second level.

Music

The only music in BugBomber is a title screen theme which was composed by Chris Hülsbeck, probably first for the Amiga and later converted to Commodore 64.

Recording

# Title ComposerArranger Length Listen Download
01 BugBomber Theme Chris HülsbeckChris Hülsbeck 2:51
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Credits

(Source: HVSC. Hülsbeck himself sent the song there under the title VW-Title.)

Game Rip

Format

Download

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(Info)


The music was recorded from game.

Audio Devices

This game use standard built-in Commodore 64 6581 chip.

Releases

  Germany.svg   Germany
BugBomber - C64 - Germany.jpg
Title: BugBomber
Platform: Commodore 64
Released: 1992-??-??
Publisher: Kingsoft GmbH

Links


BugBomber
BugBomber Platform - AMI.png • Platform - AST.png • Platform - C64.png • Platform - DOS.png
Notable Songs BugBomber Theme
Notable Personnel Chris Hülsbeck
Notable Companies Kingsoft