Coding by Stefano Lecchi. Graphics by Luca Stradiotto. Intro music by Francesco Salvi (Italian release) and Soundware (non-Italian release).
 Game manual contains basic hints & tips for gameplay.
TRIVIA:  The game intro of the Italian release of BOMBER BOB hilariously portrays Bomber Bob & barnyard friends gyrating John Travolta style to a digitised version, complete with farm animal noises, of popular 1990s Italian song "Esatto" by comedian/actor-singer Francesco Salvi. Apparently, the dance moves of Bomber Bob & friends in the intro sequence parody the choreography of live performances of Francesco Salvi's hit song.
 Curiously, the game intro of the non-Italian release of BOMBER BOB instead contains Bomber Bob & barnyard friends humorously gyrating John Travolta style to an up-tempo rendition of popular children's song & nursery rhyme, "Old MacDonald Had A Farm".
 The game developers make reference to a forthcoming sequel BOMBER BOB 2 in the endgame sequence, but it was never released and most likely never progressed beyond the planning/storyboard stage.