Based on 0 user ratings
boomerang.zip - 57k - Run BOOMRANG.EXE to play
Found your game? Great! Glad you found it! Please consider saying thanks by making a small donation to support DOSGames.com. There are also other ways you can help!
Need help running the game? Check our DOSBox Guide to run DOS games on modern computers.
Boomerang originally appeared as a Commodore 64 game written by Kevin Dixon; this DOS remake appeared a short time later. It's a one-on-one fighting game for two players sharing the same keyboard where you use your boomerang to take out your opponent. There are a variety of maps and you can also control the direction of your boomerang after throwing it. It's sort of like a version of the classic Atari 2600 game Combat. It's not particularly fun, and why don't the boomerangs return back to you after throwing them, isn't that the whole point of boomerangs?!
W, A, D, X for moving up, down, left, and right
Tab Throw boomerang
8, 4, 6, 2 for moving up, down, left, and right
Enter Throw boomerang
Play Boomerang in Browser
Game will not be saved after closing your browser. Download and install the game if you want to save.
CTRL-F12 attempts to speed up game, CTRL-F11 attempts to slow it down. See Instructions section above for help playing the game!
Related / similar games:
If you enjoy Boomerang, you might also enjoy playing these games: