Konami announces Bombergirl for arcade

It's not Bomberman, it's Bombergirl!

Bombergirl

Konami announced Bombergirl for arcade at Japan Amusement Expo 2017. The four-versus-four cooperative battle game is playable at the event, which runs from February 10 to 12 at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan.

Here’s Konami’s description:

As Bombergirl, not Bomberman, this is an enjoyable new title with new game elements that is not only fun to play, it is also fun to watch.

Based on the block-destroying gameplay of Bomberman, Bombergirl tasks players with destroying the opposing team’s base before the other team in four-versus-four cooperative battles. By adding new game properties such as this, it is not only fun to play, it is also fun to watch. And with the button that pops out at the end, a match of Bombergirl is a sight worth seeing.

By raising strong and cute Bombergirls, you can make use of not only bombs, but various other skills. You can proceed through the match with the upper hand by strategically using skills. Bombergirl will have exciting matches that you can’t take your eyes off until the very end.

Here are a few images of the game:

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A release date for Bombergirl is still unannounced. Visit the official website here.

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