Bomber Classic

Bomber Classic

Bomber Classic is a fun game where you place bombs to get rid of enemies, monsters and other bad things and creatures inhabiting your world.

The app comes with the same rules you have seen in other Bomber games – you are into a labyrinth and to make it out, you have to place bombs in strategic places and then watch them explode. This will bring you additional items that will make you stronger but it can kill your enemies too – if you are fast enough. Speaking of this, you must place the bombs in such a way so that they won’t kill you. The interface of Bomber Classic is simple – you have a joystick button that lets you move around and then a special button that places bombs. When you meet the level requirements – that is kill all the monsters there – you move to the next level – and there are at least a hundred of them! Just as expected Bomber Classic comes with nice 2D visuals and fun sound effects so all is good here.

Bomber Classic is a nice game that will bring you tons of fun so try it now.

Bomber Classic is here on Google Play.

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