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Bomb'X (DOS)

Bomb'X DOS Title screen with our four ugly protagonists looming in front of the logo (VGA)


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Hypothesizing what sorts of adventures might be got up to in Bomberman's pants, this game provides some similar gameplay in a cartoony "adult" style -- mobile phalluses hobble around on their stubbly little testicles, collecting sex-themed bonuses (condoms for protection against STDs, jockey shorts to boost speed) and avoiding environmental hazards (viruses, AIDS, and the dreaded snapping-teeth-of-inexpertly-performed-fellation).

The player's "shot" can be used to temporarily neutralise enemies, open gaps in walls (revealing in the background a picture of a naked lady), or stun competitors in the multiplayer (up to 4 players) game. Once enough bonuses have been collected, doff a condom and hop into the sack with the blonde in the middle of the screen. Level layouts vary, but basic gameplay (and even the cheesecake in the background) remains much the same through 50 levels.

The multiplayer game features an additional surreal mini-game, where the alpha phalli prowl the screen's periphery around a model who seems to love nothing more than to have select garments of her clothing pawed by stretching penises with grasping hands inexplicably appearing at their ends -- you've never seen anything quite like it.


Bomb'X DOS In multiplayer competition, you can squirt the opposing member into dazed submission (VGA)
Bomb'X DOS A bizarre start-of-level animation, where a walking phallus in a trenchcoat "flashes" you with, instead of /his/ phallus (and, presumably, /its/ phallus also?) the map layout of the next level (16 c)
Bomb'X DOS A multiplayer bonus stage -- the most surreal ever -- where your phalluses reach out with hands on their ends to "kitchy-koo" at flashing items of clothing worn by the model in the middle. (VGA)
Bomb'X DOS Title screen with our four ugly protagonists looming in front of the logo (VGA)

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In 1995 "Wonder" and "Gandalf" of "Outlaws" electronically released a data disk of user-made level layouts for the Amiga version of this game as Bomb'X: The Scene's Levels.

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  • Level codes (Apparently there are 51 levels to this game, and this page provides the (often sex-themed) passwords needed to access any of them from game-start.)
Pseudo_Intellectual (44771) added Bomb'X (DOS) on Jun 03, 2005
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