Windows - Released - 2003
There are four gameplay modes in Online Bomberman: 'Survival Mode', 'Panel Paint Mode', 'Hyperbomb Mode', and 'Boss Battle Mode'. In Survival Rule, you either battle in a team or by yourself. You must kill all opposing players in order to win. In Panel Paint Mode, the floor is colored. When your bomb explodes, the floor will be covered with your team color. When you die you will be revived but the area you had 'occupied' will be erased. In Hyperbomb Mode, there are special hyperbomb items that you have to collect in order to win. There are 5 items in total. However, you only need to collect 3 then reach the center of the room in order to win. The difficult part in this game setting is that sometimes you must choose between letting your character die or losing all of your collected items. In Boss Survival Mode, the player will face a boss of his or her choice. The boss will place special bombs and hide. To combat the boss, the player can purchase items and use it for special effects.
Windows - Released - August 14, 2004
Knight Online is one of the most popular free MMORPGs in the world. The main element for its enduring success is the game’s PvP elements. Besides the ongoing battle between the two races; humans and orcs, players can form clans and wage war against one another. Players earn ranks by killing members of the opposing race and can earn special Knight titles, cash rewards, and other benefits. Each of the two nations has several race choices but both share the same 4 class options. Many countries have their own KnightOnline communities, including America (USKO), Japan (JPKO), Europe (EUKO), Korea, and Malaysia (MYKO). Each server generally runs a different version of the game, with the server in America generally being the most up to date. Tons of unique loot and bosses help create a hardcore PvP-focused MMORPG where the main goal is to become the strongest player on the server!
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - February 19, 2004
In 2004, Bomberman Online got ported over to the PlayStation 2 in Japan only as Net de Bomberman. Unlike the US-only Dreamcast release, it is completely designed around its (now defunct) subscription-based online multiplayer, without any support for offline play. Only playable online, the game features ten different maps, based on the grid-like mazes seen in classic Bomberman titles. Accompanied by up to seven other players, the player has to collect items and kill enemies in order to unlock new stages. Players were able to communicate with other players through online chat.