Bongo Boom Battlegrounds

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Bongo Boom Battlegrounds is a strategy game inspired by Patapon for the Sony PSP. Customise your army, choose a mission, then lead them into battle using a drum-based control scheme to give commands. Along the way you will encounter an 18 chapter storyline, a variety of enemy soldiers and several large bosses to defeat!

One of the reasons I created this was because it was really HARD looking for a Patapon-type game for the PC, so I made my own: the general style and control scheme may be borrowed from Patapon, but the story, artwork, and other game mechanics are entirely my own. I hope you will enjoy it, and have fun! Feedback is most welcome...

Instructions to play can be found in the game, everything is controlled by the arrow keys and spacebar.

Additional note: Thanks for all the comments, everyone! I hope you all had fun with the game. I've taken note of the more constructive suggestions and criticisms, and am currently working on the sequel... as for those who still feel it's too much of a patapon ripoff, then i sincerely apologize! it was never meant to be a 100% ripoff, i just really liked the idea of using drumbeats to control an army... so i made my own version of it. :)

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no es un mal juego y de hecho es un honor ver una buena copia de patapon y para pc!
solo dos problemas, esta basado en patapon 1 lo que quiere decir que no hay arbol evolutivo y las unidades mueren para siempre, lo que ya de por si era un punto negativo en patapon 1 y aca se volvio a repetir....
si llegas a hacer la secuela, que este basado en patapon 2 que es el mejor.
pero igual muy buen juego y increible ver algo asi en pc.


Do it again, please. I want more!


Wow, it's inspired by Patapon?!?!?! I didn't notice! With the small one-eyed avatars, the hunting, the whole beat thing and even colour coated drums. Beautiful, just like the game.

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3.90 / 5.00

Jan 9, 2010
10:47 PM EST