History VideoGame / BombermanII

29th Jul '17 7:27:49 AM GrammarNavi
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''Bomberman II'' is a 1991 installment in the ''VideoGame/{{Bomberman}}'' franchise, and a direct sequel to the 1985 video game also released for [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem NES]].

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''Bomberman II'' is a 1991 installment in the ''VideoGame/{{Bomberman}}'' franchise, and a direct sequel to the 1985 video game also released for [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem [[UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem NES]].
8th Feb '17 2:33:53 PM MissConception
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* MarketBasedTitle: Was released in Europe as ''Dynablaster''.

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* MarketBasedTitle: Was released as ''Dynablaster'' in Europe Europe, as ''Dynablaster''.its NES predecessor did not receive a PAL release.
7th Feb '17 7:46:08 AM MissConception
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''Bomberman II'' is the second game in the ''VideoGame/{{Bomberman}}'' franchise, and the only direct sequel to the first game. It was released in 1991 for the [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem NES]].

White Bomberman has been framed for several crimes by doppelganger Black Bomberman and been thrown in jail. The player must escape the cell, find Black Bomber, and bring him to justice. Gameplay is the classic Bomberman formula, complete with square, grid-based arena and balloon-esque enemies.

The game introduced multiplayer to the franchise, which would go on to be its M.O.

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''Bomberman II'' is the second game a 1991 installment in the ''VideoGame/{{Bomberman}}'' franchise, and the only a direct sequel to the first game. It was 1985 video game also released in 1991 for the [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem NES]].

The young miner White Bomberman has been framed for several crimes a robbery by doppelganger his rival Black Bomberman and been thrown in jail. The player must escape the cell, find Black Bomber, Bomberman, and bring him to justice. Gameplay is the classic Bomberman formula, complete with square, grid-based arena and balloon-esque enemies.

The game introduced multiplayer to This is the franchise, which would go on second of three games to be its M.O.
feature Black Bomberman as the [[BigBad main antagonist]], following 1990's ''Bomberman'' and proceeding to 1992's ''[[VideoGame/Bomberman93 Bomberman '93]]'', both for [[UsefulNotes/TurboGrafx16 TurboGrafx-16]]. It is also the third title overall to include multiplayer, after ''Bomber Boy'' and the aforementioned ''Bomberman'' the previous year.



* BookEnds: The first world is in the prison. The sixth and final world [[spoiler:takes place in the same prison you were in, albeit destroyed]].

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* BookEnds: The first world area is in the prison. The sixth and final world area [[spoiler:takes place in the same prison you were in, albeit destroyed]].



* EvilTwin: Black Bomber. He would be the primary antagonist for the next few games before experiencing a HeelFaceTurn.
* LostWoods: World 2.

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* EvilTwin: Black Bomber. He would be the primary antagonist Bomberman. [[spoiler:He experiences a HeelFaceTurn in ''VideoGame/SuperBomberman'', which remains for the next few games before experiencing a HeelFaceTurn.
rest of the series.]]
* LostWoods: World Area 2.



* OneHitPointWonder: The White Bomber, again.

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* OneHitPointWonder: The White Bomber, Bomberman, again.



* SlippySlideyIceWorld: World 4(?), but with no ice on the floor.

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* SlippySlideyIceWorld: World Area 4(?), but with no ice on the floor.



* UndergroundLevel: The fifth world takes place inside a limestone cavern.

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* UndergroundLevel: The fifth world area takes place inside a limestone cavern.cavern.
* TheUnfought: You'd expect the game to be culminating in a final confrontation like the [=TurboGrafx-16=] games, but...
25th Aug '16 11:22:19 PM Mikeyfan93
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Needs more tropes. [[TitleConfusion Not to confuse]] with ''Custom Battler Bomberman'', which was released in Europe as ''Bomberman 2'' (see MarketBasedTitle).

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Needs more tropes.NeedsMoreLove. [[TitleConfusion Not to confuse]] with ''Custom Battler Bomberman'', which was released in Europe as ''Bomberman 2'' (see MarketBasedTitle).
20th Jan '15 3:45:52 PM MissConception
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White Bomber has been framed for several crimes by doppelganger Black Bomber and been thrown in jail. The player must escape the cell, find Black Bomber, and bring him to justice. Gameplay is the classic Bomberman formula, complete with square, grid-based arena and balloon-esque enemies.

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White Bomber Bomberman has been framed for several crimes by doppelganger Black Bomber Bomberman and been thrown in jail. The player must escape the cell, find Black Bomber, and bring him to justice. Gameplay is the classic Bomberman formula, complete with square, grid-based arena and balloon-esque enemies.
2nd Oct '13 9:42:58 AM AguFungus
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Needs more tropes.

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Needs more tropes. [[TitleConfusion Not to confuse]] with ''Custom Battler Bomberman'', which was released in Europe as ''Bomberman 2'' (see MarketBasedTitle).
29th Oct '12 11:40:26 PM Renelia
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* ActionBomb: Not only from you, but there are enemy bombs that can explode.
* BookEnds: The first world is in the prison. The sixth and final world [[spoiler:takes place in the same prison you were in, albeit destroyed]].
* ContinuingIsPainful: Losing a life results in losing upgrades.



* MarketBasedTitle: Was released in Europe as ''Dynablaster''.

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* LostWoods: World 2.
* MarketBasedTitle: Was released in Europe as ''Dynablaster''.''Dynablaster''.
* NintendoHard
* OneHitPointWonder: The White Bomber, again.
* OurGhostsAreDifferent: Including ones that stick their tongues out and walk through bombable walls!
* SlippySlideyIceWorld: World 4(?), but with no ice on the floor.
* StuffBlowingUp
* TimedMission: Running out of time results in an instant life loss, unlike the first game.
* UndergroundLevel: The fifth world takes place inside a limestone cavern.
3rd Aug '12 7:35:01 PM ThornBrain
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* EvilTwin: Black Bomber. He would be the primary antagonist through ''[[VideoGame/{{Bomberman94}} Bomberman '94]]'' before experiencing a HeelFaceTurn.

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* EvilTwin: Black Bomber. He would be the primary antagonist through ''[[VideoGame/{{Bomberman94}} Bomberman '94]]'' for the next few games before experiencing a HeelFaceTurn.
3rd Aug '12 7:21:27 PM ThornBrain
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''Bomberman II'' is the second game in the ''VideoGame/{{Bomberman}}'' franchise, and the only direct sequel to the first game. It was released in 1991 for the [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem NES]].

White Bomber has been framed for several crimes by doppelganger Black Bomber and been thrown in jail. The player must escape the cell, find Black Bomber, and bring him to justice. Gameplay is the classic Bomberman formula, complete with square, grid-based arena and balloon-esque enemies.

The game introduced multiplayer to the franchise, which would go on to be its M.O.

Needs more tropes.
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* EvilTwin: Black Bomber. He would be the primary antagonist through ''[[VideoGame/{{Bomberman94}} Bomberman '94]]'' before experiencing a HeelFaceTurn.
* MarketBasedTitle: Was released in Europe as ''Dynablaster''.
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