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Not to be confused with Crusher, whose name is written in the same way in Japan.

Crash Bomber, known as Clash Bomb (クラッシュボム Kurasshu Bomu?) in Japan, is Crash Man's Special Weapon. When equipped, Mega Man shoots a grappling bomb that sticks in walls and enemies and explodes after some seconds. Quick Man, the *Boobeam Trap, and the Wily Machine 2 are weak to this weapon. It can also get through Wood Man's shield. It can destroy Destructible Blocks to open passages. Crash Man's body is protected with a thick armor to keep the explosions from hurting him.

If Crash Bomber is used on Heat Man in Mega Man 2, it refills all of his energy and causes him to dart about the arena at high speeds.

The Doc Robot from Mega Man 3 also used this weapon along with the weapons from the other Robot Masters from Mega Man 2, but the player cannot obtain it from Doc Robot.

  • This is the only weapon that can be used against it. All other weapons just bounce off the Boobeam Trap.

Damage Data Chart

Damage values in units in Mega Man 2.

Crashbombicon Crash Bomber (C)
Boss Damage
Normal Difficult
Metal Man 0 0
Air Man 0 0
Bubble Man 4 2
Quick Man 8 4
Crash Man 0 0
Flash Man 6 3
Heat Man + +
Wood Man 4 2
Mecha Dragon 2 1
Picopico-kun 1 1
Guts-Dozer 2 1
Boobeam Trap 6 6
Wily Machine 2: 1st Phase 8 4
Wily Machine 2: 2nd Phase 8 4
Alien + +
*Any data with a "+" represents the weapon actually restoring the boss's health.

Bosses weak against Crash Bomber

  • Wily Machine No. 2 (both forms)is also capable of being destroyed by Crash Bomber in one shot when it is perfectly timed. The best timing is to wait for the machine to move backward then shoot it in its middle section near its weakpoint.

Bosses immune to Crash Bomber

Other appearances

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U


Mega Man using the Crash Bomber in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U

The Crash Bomber is used by Mega Man in the fighting game Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U as his side special attack. Mega Man fires a bomb straight forward that latches onto opponents and surfaces, detonating after a short time. If the bomb latches onto the opponent and it gets hit by the explosion, it inflicts 8% damage. It operates identically to the Gooey Bomb found in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, as it can be passed between players before it explodes, but it has a shorter time before exploding.

The Crash Bomber can be customized by swapping it out for two variants: Ice Slasher and Danger Wrap. However, they must be unlocked before it can be swapped out.

Other Media

Mega Man (Archie Comics)

Mega Man first acquires the Crash Bomber in issue #10 after defeating Crash Man by tricking him into destroying his boss lair with it. He then finishes off Crash Man and minimizes damage to the city by using it to perform several controlled explosions. It sees use again in issue #11 when Mega Man uses it to damage Metal Man while copying his Metal Blade and in issue #12 where he and Bomb Man team up to destroy the Boobeam Trap. In a nod to the original boss fight, Mega Man ends up using all his Crash Bomber ammo at that point, similar to how the player needed a full amount to defeat that boss.

Mega Man (cartoon)

Despite Crash Man himself appearing in the cartoon, his weapon was referred to as "time bombs", which exploded upon sufficient contact with a surface rather than sticking and detonating.



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