Hi-Ten Chara-Bomb is a 10-player Bomberman game produced for use at a series of events known as Super Caravan 1994. It is the follow-up to a similar game known as Hi-Ten Bomberman, which was produced for the previous year's event. Like the previous game, this is a 10-player Bomberman game developed specifically to run on what was, at the time, Japan's analogue HDTV standard, 1035i.
Chara-Bomb offers players the opportunity to play as more characters, like Bonk, Milon from Milon's Secret Castle, and more. The area of play is also somewhat wider than its predecessor.
As with the previous game, Chara-Bomb was never released widely and was built to run on a complicated setup that combined the input from two PC Engines, a computer, and more.