|Super Buster Bros.|
|Publisher(s)||Capcom, Mitchell Corporation|
|Designer(s)||Toshihiko Uda, Futoshi Kuwahara|
|System(s)||Arcade, SNES, PlayStation, PSP|
|Mode(s)||Single player Single player, Co-op|
|Preceded by||Buster Bros.|
|Followed by||Buster Buddies|
|Twitch||Super Buster Bros. Channel|
|YouTube Gaming||Super Buster Bros. Channel|
Super Buster Bros. (Super Pang outside of the USA) is a shooter with puzzle elements developed by Capcom and released by Mitchell Corporation for the arcades in 1990. It is the second game in the Pang series and was later ported to SNES in 1992. It is also featured on both the PlayStation's Buster Bros. Collection and Capcom Puzzle World for the PlayStation Portable.
The object of the game is to use your gun to pop bubbles that bounce around your screen. There are two different modes in this game: Panic Mode or Arcade Mode. When a player pops a bubble, it splits into two smaller bubbles. This happens repeatedly, but eventually, the bubbles get so small that they pop when shot. Occasionally, monsters will walk or fly on to the screen, these can be seen as a help or harm to the player. When the player touches a monster, they die, but monsters can pop bubbles. This is the next part of super pang with added stages. Although the arcade game and the PS1 version allowed two players to play simultaneously, the Super Nintendo version has only one player mode.