| Bomberman '94|
|Developer:|| Hudson Soft (PCE)|
|Publisher:|| Hudson Soft (PCE)|
|Rating(s):|| ESRB: Everyone|
PEGI: All Ages
|Platform(s):||TG-16, Mega Drive/Genesis, Virtual Console, PlayStation Network, Windows Mobile...|
|Mode(s):||Single Player, Multiplayer|
Japan: December 10, 1993
|v • e • d|
Bomberman '94 (also known as Mega Bomberman on the Mega Drive/Genesis) is the sequel to Bomberman '93 and loose prequel to Super Bomberman 3. It was originally released for the TurboGrafx-16 in Japan, but was ported in other territories to the Sega Megadrive/Genesis. It is now available on the Virtual Console system for the Wii as well as the PlayStation 3's PlayStation Network, retaining the original PC Engine name.
Planet Bomber was a peaceful thriving place until Bagulaa arrived with his army. The proceeding war split the planet into five pieces, and the hero, Bomberman must restore the magical Spirit Pictures in order to restore Bomber Planet to the way it was, all the while defeating Bagulaa and his army of evil robots. This time, Bomberman's companion Louie can provide a helping hand.
- Jammin' Jungle - Boss: Bananaha
- Vexin' Volcano - Boss: Pyramid Gan G
- Slammin' Sea - Boss: Glub Roves
- Crankin' Castle - Boss: Count Koumori
- Thrashin' Tundra - Boss: Queen Oyobii
- Final - Final Boss: Bagulaa
The original TurboGrafx-16 game allows up to five players in multiplayer mode, while the Mega Drive version only allowed up to four, a trend that seemed to continue in the Bomberman series throughout most of its life. In Mega Bomberman's multiplayer mode, some unique and comical designs for Bombermen can be used.
TurboGrafx-16/Mega Drive differences
Despite the Mega Drive being considered the more powerful console, the port of Bomberman '94 to the MD actually has inferior graphics to the original version, and as mentioned above, fewer multiplayer options. There are also some changes in the soundtrack.
- The pink Louie's ability changed in games after this. Instead of dancing, it jumps over blocks in the games after this.
|Main||Bomberman • II • TG-16 • Arcade • '93 • Mega/'94 • Super Bomberman (2 • 3 • 4 • 5) • Saturn Bomberman (Fight!!) • Wars • 64 • Hero • 64: The Second Attack • 64 (2001) • World (Arcade) • Party Edition • Atomic • Neo • Generation • Jetters • Act Zero • Live • Blast • Ultra • Live: Battlefest|
|Portable||GB 2 • GB 3 • PSP • Bomberman DS / 2 • Blitz|
|Other||Online||Online (Dreamcast) • Online (PC) • Online Japan|
|RPG||Quest • Tournament • Story DS|
|Max||Max • Max 2|
|Land||Land • Land 2 • Land 3 • Touch! • Touch! 2 • Land (Wii) • Land (PSP)|
|Mobile||Touch: The Legend of Mystic Bomb • Touch 2: Volcano Party • Dojo|
|Collections||Collection (GB) • Collection (PC) • Collection Vol. 2 • Hudson Best Vol. 1|
|Spin-Off||Pocket • Robo Warrior • Blaster Master Boy • Wario Blast • Panic Bomber • Hardball • Fantasy Race • Kart • Kart DX • Atomic Punk • B-Daman • DreamMix TV World Fighters|
|Canceled||Virtual Bomberman • 3DS|