Baron’s Workshop is coming to Steam
Taito announced Bubble Bobble 4 Friends: Baron’s Workshop will arrive on Steam on September 30.
Previously published as Bubble Bobble 4 Friends On PS4 and Nintendo Switch, the first sequel in 24 years to the classic arcade platformer doesn’t just include the recent “The Baron is Back!” update but also a new mode exclusive to the PC.
“Baron’s Workshop” allows players to create new stages using dozens of block types, enemies, and gadgets, which gradually unlock as they play through the game. can also be uploaded and downloaded via Steam Workshop.
In addition to the 100 stages of the main game, which allow cooperation from 1 to 4 players, and an “Arcade of the future” mode for expert players, which offers 100 super difficult stages without continuous, Bubble Bobble 4 Friends also includes the original Arcade mode. It is a faithful port of the classic 1986 Bubble Bobble for 1 to 2 players, can include screen ratio and scan line options to create a more authentic arcade experience.
Bubble Bobble 4 Friends: Baron’s Workshop starts on To smoke on September 30 for $ 39.99 / £ 30.99 / € 39.99, with a 15% discount on the launch week.
A closer look at the game and the new mode can also be found in this video, starring game director Tsuyoshi Tozaki, level designer Hidetaka Iyomasa and even Bub himself.
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