- Number of Players
- Single Player
- Release Date
- 25th Oct 2012 (UK/EU), £4.49
- 6th Dec 2012 (USA), $4.99
- 26th Sep 2012 (JPN), ¥500
- 27th Apr 2007 (UK/EU), 500 points
- 7th May 2007 (USA), 500 points
- 6th Feb 2007 (JPN), 500 points
Wii U eShop
- 23rd Jan 2014 (USA), $4.99
- 27th Mar 2014 (UK/EU), £3.49
- 5th Feb 2014 (JPN), ¥500
- Bomb Jack, Nintendo Switch Online
- Nintendo Switch Online
- Controller Support
Wii U eShop / NES
Bomb Jack, released in 1984, was one of Tecmo's early hits, a single-screen arcade game that had players rushing to diffuse bright red bombs planted at major tourist attractions around the globe. By the time its sequel rolled around in 1987, the Super Mario Bros.-induced side-scrolling craze had taken hold of the gaming world, and...
3DS eShop / NES
Not so mighty
The original Bomb Jack was an addictive little arcade game in which the objective was to collect all the bombs in each level while avoiding enemies. Sounds like a simple concept - and it was. For the NES, though, Tecmo decided to make a sequel with a bit of an adventure game element to it. The bomb rooms from the original game are...
Wii Virtual Console / NES
The original Bomb Jack arcade game was a big hit when it was released. It featured a screen with 20 bombs which had to be collected in a specific order if the player was to achieve the highest score; players would play religiously in an attempt to find the best route around the baddies and to get the perfect chain. Arcade perfection! So...
About The Game
The great King Pamera, his Queen and the fair Princess have been kidnapped by the evil demon Belzebut and imprisoned in his cursed pyramid.
Jack's elder brothers braved the pyramid to try and rescue them, but not one of them has returned since. Only Jack remains. He summons all his courage and steps forth into the pyramid himself...
As Jack, you must make your way through 16 labyrinthine levels to defeat Belzebut, rescue the royal Pamera family and restore peace and order to the world. Good luck Jack!