Projects / BomberClone


BomberClone is a free Bomberman-like game for Linux and Windows. The rules of the game are simple: run though a level and bomb other players. It features powerups that give you more strength, make you walk faster through the level, or let you drop more bombs.


Recent releases

  •  16 Aug 2006 05:26

    Release Notes: A BomberClone icon was added to the bomberclone Win32 binary. A resolution of 1280x800 is now supported. Security problems were fixed. The "more random" map type was added. High CPU usage in menus was fixed. A bug with more than 8 different player graphics was fixed. The dedicated server support was removed from the game.

    •  30 Mar 2005 21:14

      Release Notes: Major network problems have been fixed. Broadcasting support has been added to find games running on a local network. Version and ping time information will be shown before you join a server. Moving and liquid bombs are working again.

      •  27 Dec 2004 02:46

        Release Notes: New network problems have been solved. All team data will be sent over the network. A little help in the multiplayer screen has been added.

        •  14 Dec 2004 02:21

          Release Notes: Network problems are fixed, and the firewall flag is deleted. Every player who joins will be tested to see if he is behind a firewall or not. Second Local Player problems have been fixed. Team mode has been added.

          •  16 Jun 2004 11:24

            Release Notes: This version added two player support on one computer for network games and single games. The maximum number of players is still 8. Password protection was implemented for network games. The host can now kick players from the game. An in-game menu was provided, from which you can choose to quit the game or end the round. Support for user-defined keyboard settings was added along with small bugfixes.


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