Welcome to the Bombsquad!

You are a bomb-disposal expert and are carrying out a defusing task. Hundreds people’s lives are in your hands. You must concentrate and use your adept skills to defuse the “great dangers”. Do not act rashly, complete this mission with the help of intelligence.

Although you are an expert, the terrorist are professional. The bombs they developed are very difficult to defuse. There are different kinds of bomb detonations—timer, remote and combined ones. By using 5 professional tools, you must defuse them within the limited time.

For you, the game is such a challenging one because defusing only one bomb is hard enough, let alone challenging 36 levels. You must get more experienced and skilled to complete the whole arduous task. Now grab your phone or iPad and check the bomb, by all means including swiping, cutting, enclosing, shortening etc. you must defuse them. If you have any difficulties defusing any bomb, you can get a tip from a fellow bomb expert simply by pressing Tip button.

Maybe you are not a hero in reality. The Bombsquad offers you an opportunity to be a savior in the virtual world. Get ready to begin your defusing career now!

For maximum realism the bombs in this game are created with great details using state of the art 3D rendering techniques.

What's New

Version 2.6

- ready for all new Apple devices
- fixed bug in level 28

Ratings and Reviews

Keep in mind


I'm not a bomb expert. I don't know how to defuse bombs. This game seems to assume that you do. The visuals are incredibly detailed which is great and I love the idea of the game, but it literally tells you nothing about how to play the game. It's basically, here's your 5 tools. Go save the world. This would be so much more enjoyable if it explained all the components and setups and how to get around them. At least a tutorial or something. I don't need help on unscrewing a lid off of something, I need help identifying power sources and timing circuits. The voltmeter doesn't even seem to do anything from what I've tried. So if you're an electronics expert or enjoy blowing cities up multiple times until you figure out what you're doing wrong, but don't know why you're wrong, then yea this game will keep you entertained. But if you're like me, who wants to know what I'm doing wrong so I can learn and get better, then this isn't a game, it's a chore. I hope the developers see that it's too blunt of a game and incorporate some kind of learning curve or tutorial in the game. I almost want my money back.

Broken controls, bad game mechanics

K Horseman

Do not buy. This is barely even a game, and most of it is physically impossible to play.

When the level is functional enough to even play, you can beat it pretty much by tapping on the first thing you see, without ever really knowing why that was the best solution. Some puzzles can occasionally be solved by guessing but it shouldn't be the first guess every time. That isn't a game. It's a boring movie that pauses itself every 30 seconds so you have to hit play again.

But that doesn't even matter because you can't even hit play in the first place. The navigation control is so astoundingly bad that I can't move past the 6th level because I can't even get close to the bomb to start working on it. The "move forward" button doesn't work at all. You just sit there tapping your phone over and over accomplishing nothing while the timer runs out. Why is walking closer to the bomb even a necessary step?

As an electrician for 15 years


I thought people were complaining just because the game took a little thought so they gave up. Nope. You learn nothing from this. It’s literally click and hope and do it over and over agin until you complete the level. They give you very little time to defuse the bomb. Like the bomb squad finally found the bomb at the very last minute for every single bomb. No clue what the multi meter is for or how and when to use the jumper wire. The cost for this game is outrageous. This had some serious potential. But without a tutorial it’s seriously a waist of time. Don’t buy it. Listen to the reviews. I wish I would have.


Omnilabs LTD
242.9 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 12+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
© Omnilabs LTD


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