Yeah Midoribon is the least of we see in the games, because it's mostly 4player and not 5player. I like Shirobon, but ever since I saw that strange combinations of Pink and Blue of a Bomber in a crowd in one of the Super games, I've been very fond of such a combo ever since.
Noticed how Akabon used to have a green antennae? Or was it his hands and feet too? Anyway they've changed them back to the common Bomber pink. Which sucks. And Kurobon has red antennae, hands and feet. Which is cool I guess.
Oh. And Shiro is the only Bomber out of the usual group to have sleeves and leggings. Noticed that?
Woah, woah, woah, woah.... you guys KNOW the names of the Blue, Red, and Green Bombermen?! I couldn't find them anywhere like.... a year ago! Which is which?!?! WHICH?! I MUST KNOW.
By the by.... you never see the Yellow Bomberman anymore.... you know, the Kurobon lackey from the old games? If I remember correctly, he had black arms and legs, or maybe he had black hands/feet/antenna, I'm not sure. He looked awesome though. They probably don't use him so he won't be confused with any gold bombermen.... by some idiot somewhere.
White = Shiro
Black = Kuro
Red = Aka
Blue = Aoi
Green = Midori
Yellow = Kiiro
If you want more Kiirobom, check out the old Arcade Irem games (though storyline wise, they don't seem to be the same BMen, but beggars can't be choosers).
Oh wait, you can't, you don't emulate stuff anymore
Last edited by Duke Serkol on Wed Oct 18, 2006 7:17 pm
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They're japanese colors, so black bomber or white bomber would be a direct translation. For proof, first link i get when i search for "japanese colors" http://www.enchantedlearning.com/colors/japanese/ kindof shows the relation. We so need a haiiro bomber.