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SummaryOne Of Atari's Finest Classics.
The Good"The Mad Bomber" was one of video game's earliest banes of existence. The fast-action (that continues to get faster with every level), keeps the replayability level high enough to keep players pushing past "just one more level". The graphics are simple, but the animation is charming (splashes of water, the Mad Bomber's expression).
The BadThere reaches a point to where it's not possible that any sane person could keep up to the level of speed found in the later levels. Despite the many emulations of this game since, none ever quite captures the precision of Atari's paddle controller.