Potty-Mouthed Bomberman Clone Heading to Wii U eShop

Who loves Bomberman? Who loves Bomberman’s naughty, foul-mouthed cousin? Er… I see fewer hands now. Yeah, that’s what I thought.

Well, Sanuk Games has announced its next game title for the Wii U eShop, which will be titled Bombing B*****ds (or at least, that’s the standing title). It’s an arcade-style game that’s obviously inspired by Hudson’s Bomberman games. The press release for the game tells us much more about this intriguingly-titled creation:

“Have a blast! Bomb oodles of nasty critters in a series of 30 wicked mazes! Defeat hellish bosses in heroic fights! Play solo, or with up to 4 friends in merciless battles! Embark on a hilarious journey with the witty Dr. Wallow to conquer the galaxy in this explosively fun arcade game!

Key features:

  • 5 picturesque worlds with 30 wicked mazes.
  • A huge bestiary of critters to blast.
  • A multitude of items and power ups to collect.
  • 5 hellish boss levels whose punishing difficulty will only be matched by the satisfaction you’ll get once you beat them.
  • A hilarious single-player adventure where you help the witty Dr. Wallow get rid of all the critters and become the ruler of the galaxy.
  • A fully customizable battle mode for 2 to 5 players using the Gamepad, Wii Remotes, Classic Controllers and/or Pro Controllers.
  • Over 10 minutes of caustic comments from Dr. Wallow, voiced by David Goldfarb (the voice behind multiple characters in Mario Kart 8).
  • 7 famous pieces of classical music electronically butchered by Samuel Safa.”

Sure, it sounds like a lot of fun, but what about that name? Every title released on a Nintendo platform has a final Lot Check to go through before launch, so we’re predicting that we’ll see the name change before it actually lands on the eShop.

If you like, check out the trailer below… but fair warning, it does contain a little bit of language that tends to not be considered “family-friendly.”


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Micah has been playing games since his first pong machine, and has been writing for as long as he could grip a pencil and not drool on the paper. So, for about a week.

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