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Discussion in 'Switch - Games & Content' started by Gadd, Mar 31, 2017.
cmon now this makes no sense. it depends what you need to do do you need to roll a bomb down a hill to blow something up OR make sure the bomb doesn't move at all when blowing up ore or an enemy on a hill. so you really need BOTH.
Square works good for when you know where to put bomb. (In front of broken rocks and stuff)
Round works good for enemy camps.
Thats just me tho
I've got the option for no preference. I use both, but really prefer square so that's what I chose
Round all day
entirely depends on the situation
I use both, but a lot of times it doesn't really matter which one I use, so unless I'm trying to place a bomb on a slope and I don't want it to roll down, I always use the round one, it's the most versatile.
I find in combat...can't count on the round one, the terrain is often not flat enough even if it looks fairly flat. So a round one is like an uncontrollable torpedo and a square one is like a remote controlled landmine which I can use good in combat.
I use the square bomb 90% of the time, and only use the round bomb if I want to roll it down a cliff which is something I'd rarely do.
Either you want it to roll or you dont want it to roll
In combat I constantly alternate so there's almost no downtime between throwing bombs. Link is the one true bomberman.
I like putting on a disguise, dropping a round bomb and watching the dumb asses start playing football with it :'D
Oops need to re-vote...I use square almost exclusively except for when using bombs in water in which I use the round ones.
Sometimes I use both at the same time...
I used square the most throughout the game because I like that they stay where I put them, but been using round more lately when tossing down at enemies, if I need it to roll a little.
I generally used round even though my primary method of use was the "oh shit oh shit *drops bomb while running*" tactic.
We need the Suction Bombs from Splatoon.