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Jun 19, 2009 | 5:52 PM EDT

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BomBomBomBomWooooo 5 Points Get three strikes with $4,900.
Flawless Failure 5 Points Get three straight questions wrong.
Bomb Squad 10 Points Survive 10 bomb rounds.
Don't Be A Wimp 10 Points Finish the Bonus Round with two bombs.
Octochamp 10 Points Get eight questions in a row correct.
Trump Card 10 Points Finish game with more than $20,000.
Extra Innings 25 Points Enter the Bonus Round with ten or more spins.
Flawless Victory 25 Points Win the game without any strikes
Marathon Grill 25 Points Answer 25 questions in a row correct.
One-Hit Kill 25 Points Answer five $1,000 questions in a row.
Bonus Buster 50 Points Take ten Bonus Spins without hitting a bomb.
Fallout Shelter 50 Points Survive a five-question bomb.
The Matt Ottinger Honorary Medal 100 Points No incorrect answer and no bombs in Bonus Round.

Author Comments

Welcome back, haters and reviewers. The question bank is now fixed and you shouldn't be getting any undefined questions. Medals should also be working, but a fix is coming in the next couple days that should get them to 100%. The game's not easier, but it should work better. Again, please accept my sincere apologies.

Welcome to the game where knowledge is a bastard and Lady Luck's his bitch. Drop the Bomb is the newest Pacdude Game, having been over 6 months in the making. Test your luck and knowledge in this intense trivia game set in an industrial warehouse. You'll have to be smart and lucky to gain not only precious Newgrounds medals but also a chance to sit atop the Leaderboards. If you have Facebook, you can even challenge your friends to play.

==Note from LA the DJ, developer and question writer==
Wow. I didn't realize making such a tough game would cause such controversy! I'm very proud of this game, as it's quite challenging and those who get on the top scoreboard generally earned it. We didn't set out to make the game tough, it just sort of happened. Now I'm glad it did, though. The original version of DtB was a "click stuff, win at random" sort of game, and if you like that sort of thing, perhaps Cory will re-post it at some point. I hope those of you who are frustrated will stick with it, and maybe learn something. I also hope that those of you who actually have the knowledge to be successful at this game feel well-rewarded. Remember, some people in 1984 thought Jeopardy! was too difficult to be successful, and it's still on 25 years later. Cory was right... Knowledge really is a bastard sometimes.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

A few problems here and there...

... such as those mentioned below, the questions are very heavily focused around the US in sports and history sections. Having said that, in response to aerosmith1's review I'm gonna assume that there is a harry potter question at some point and am glad to see you've used the original title rather than the americanised sorcerer's stone version... unless of course that was the question!

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

im a big fan of trivia games

like you don't know jack, jeopardy, all of them. this game needs 2-3 player competitive mode. fo reals. assign keys to be buzzers. or online competitive play.
but trivia needs competition. what fun is it to be knowledgeable of minutia if you cant rub your friends noses in it?

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

good but some factual erorrs

I enjoyed it however, Moscow isn't a European country it is in Asia


Rated 4 / 5 stars


Well... I liked the game but its the sorcerer's stone not philosopher's stone... is that supposed to be a joke or a mess up?


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


But I'm pretty sure the Dire Straits lyrics are 'Money for nothing and your chicks for free.'