Buroru, also known as Maron, Maround, Toran the ghost, and Burol, is an enemy in the Bomberman series.
In Bomberman, Maron moves at a normal pace, randomly turning or reversing directions upon colliding with walls or bombs.
Maron moves at a normal pace, randomly turning or reversing directions upon colliding with a wall or bomb. After moving four tile spaces (or rather, after having landed in an intersection twice), it will pause for a moment before resuming its movement pattern. When Maron is paused, will start at speed-up towards Bomberman if it is in line of sight. It first appears in Area 5-1.
Strategy (Panic Bomber)
In Bomberman: Panic Bomber, Buroru moves at an average speed, and it likes to make stacks in the corners of its field. It may be a hard or easy enemy depending on the player's skills; acting faster generally means victory is assured.
In Super Bomberman - Panic Bomber W, Buroru is not a very strong opponent. It moves its pieces into position and waits until they are two blocks from the top of the field before quickly moving them down into position.
- ↑ Bomberman II Japanese manual, pg. 8
- ↑ Bomberman '93 Japanese manual, pg. 9
- ↑ Bomberman '93 American manual, pg. 9
- ↑ Super Bomberman Complete Encyclopedia, pg. 78
- ↑ Panic Bomber (Virtual Boy) U.S. manual, pg. 21
- ↑ Bomberman Quest Official Guidebook, pg. 31