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Robombs

Robombs

Robombs is a free multiplayer LAN game in 3D inspired by Bomberman.

It takes the basic concept of Bomberman and transfers it into the 3rd dimension. It is free, fun, easy to grasp and a nice addition to your next LAN-party.

It uses the jPCT 3D engine, which itself uses LWJGL for OpenGL support.

Robombs is played in third person perspective and controlled using standard shooter controls. You rotate your view with the mouse and you move with WASD, the cursor keys or the numpad (whatever you prefer). The mouse wheel zooms in and out.

 Robombs 1.01

License
Freeware

Developer
Realtech VR

Website
jpct.de/robombs.game/

Requirements
Java Runtime Environment

Lan/Internet connection for multiplayer games

Support:
FAQ

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Designed for LAN play but also offers a basic singleplayer mode
  • 9 levels with all levels are roughly based on other games:
    • A maze similar to Pac-Man's, an Arkanoid inspired one, one that is based on a Call of Duty 4 level etc
  • 4 items that hide in the crates
    • The bomb: Adds one bomb to your arsenal. You can only place a certain number of bombs at a time. This item increases that number.
    • The flame: This increases the range of your bombs' explosion. This can be very dangerous to your enemies as well as to you
    • The football: This lets you kick a bomb, if you run directly towards it. Don't be late, or it will explode while you are trying to kick it
    • The skull: This will make you faster (with a 40% probability) or slower or limits your explosion range or your bomb number to one. If you are 'lucky', it will let you drop your bombs where you stand. Each effect will last for 20 seconds. Collecting a new skull while being affected may change the effect, but they don't stack

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