The location of the NES Bomberman game was an unnamed underground compound, which was the reluctant home of the original bomb-producing Bomberman robot until he was encouraged by a rumor claiming that robots escaping to the planet's surface become human. The planet was depicted as Earth, but the setting was eventually revised as Planet Bomber, one of many locations in the Bomber Nebula. Within the series, Bomberland is the name of the setting of Super Bomberman and Bomberman Wars, although they appear to be unrelated.
Wario Blast: Featuring Bomberman!Edit
Wario finds an extra-dimensional portal that links his world to Bomberland, where he plunders the area's people and treasure. He is resisted by Bomberman and several Madbombers.