Dino War (DouDouLong) – Classic small puzzle game with Bomerman style

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Dino War (AKA: DouDouLong) is a classic small PC game mesmerizing me long ago. It is very simple, and very similar with the well-known Bomberman video game, but here the enemies who we are going to kill are all the bad dinosaurs.

In the game, of course, there are rich props and rewards. In addition, when you get to the last about 20 levels, the game becomes harder, it will be presented with pterosaurs who are very terrible.

BTW, it will be cool for two players to play this game, because if two players can break all the stones in the limited time, the game will add a lot of points, which means adding more lives.

// Game Controls //

  • 1P? Arrow keys + Enter
  • 2P? ASDW + Spacebar

// Edition Statement //

AppNee provides the Dino War (DouDouLong) portable full version for Windows.

// Download URLs //

License Download Size
Free Game 1.64 MB

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