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Not to be confused with the Japanese name for Bomberman Tournament.

Bomberman Story DS (ボンバーマンストーリーDS) is a puzzle/action RPG video game for the Nintendo DS. It is the sequel to Bomberman Tournament (known as Bomberman Story in Japan). It was not released in North America.


Professor Xeal and the Lords of the Galaxy have stolen scientific data at the Research Laboratory. The Justice Department hires Cheerful White as a special agent to help them retrieve the info.


The game plays similarly to the Bomberman 64 series, with free-roaming, non-grid based maps and sphere-shaped bomb explosions, except the graphics are 2D, and there is also an RPG-style experience system. The player must navigate the map on each planet to locate the dungeon and then the boss. Along the way they must defeat enemies and destroy Soft Blocks with bombs. Every time an enemy is defeated, it will display the experience that was earned by the player. After enough experience is obtained, they will level up and gain a new skills like increased number of bombs or fire power.

There are also various types of colored bombs that can be obtained that have different functions. They are kept in a specific quantity and more can be found inside Soft Blocks, defeated monsters, or purchased at the Galaxy Shop.



The Japanese version of the game uses the Bomberman Battle Pack 1 for its Battle Mode, making it compatible with Bomberman Land Touch!, while the European version uses the Bomberman Battle Pack 2, making it compatible with Bomberman 2, Bomberman Land Touch! 2 and Bomberman Blitz.


Cheerful White[]

Cheerful White (usually known as Bomberman, White Bomber, or Shirobon) has been called in by Professor Ein to assist The Justice Department with retrieval of important stolen data. Cheerful White is a well known hero who will always do what he can to save the Galaxy.

Professor Ein[]

A great scientist, and one of the head researchers for The Justice Department. Professor Ein is usually the one who gives Cheerful White his missions, and is the only character in the game (aside from Cheerful White) to appear before in a Bomberman game.

The Justice Department[]

These five heroes have been fighting crime throughout the galaxy. They require Cheerful White's assistance during their mission against Professor Xeal.

The Lords of the Galaxy[]

Led by Professor Xeal, these villains help the Professor with his plan to use the Barotal that he stole.


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