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Super Bomberman

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Platform: SNES
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aganar says: "Even for an SNES game, Super Bomber has probably the best multiplayer ever "
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sgreenwell says: "It might be hard for some of the youngsters to believe, but back in the good ole day, games that weren't 3-D were actually (gasp!) FUN to play."
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