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The Mad Bomber

by Neil James Brown

Non-IF game
1997

(based on 4 ratings)
1 review

About the Story

A recreation of the old "Bombers" game, where you have to bomb a city into ashes to be able to land safely.
[--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]


Game Details

Language: English (en)
Current Version: 3
License: Freeware
Development System: Inform 6
Baf's Guide ID: 32
IFID: ZCODE-3-971123-CAAD
TUID: kbcjvrtghsw57ldp

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Baf's Guide


Another Inform videogame. This one's a relative of Canyon Bomber, except that the bombs don't have any horizontal momentum, which makes it kind of easy.

-- Carl Muckenhoupt

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