Mad Bombers (げきついおう オレンジバロン lit. Shootdown King Orange Baron in Japanese) is the twenty-fourth level overall and the fourth level of the fifth warp room in Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped, and the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy remaster of the third game. The level is based over snow-covered hills, and mountains (N. Sane Trilogy only), under a dark grey sky during World War I, with Crash in his biplane, the Orange Baron. His objective is to obtain the crystal by shooting down Cortex's five, red, double-winged airplanes, whilst shooting down his minions in smaller red planes, as well as white balloons with red-crosses, which restores health and holds crates, and yellow balloons also holding crates. This level is considered a lot harder than Bye Bye Blimps, as it takes a lot more effort to shoot down the airplanes since there are a total of ten engines which have to be destroyed, plus the fact that the airplanes are constantly on the move.
The name of this level is a reference to the term "mad bomber", which means an insane person who uses bombs to cause death and destruction.
Aku Aku is banned from this level. That is, even if the player enters the level with an Aku Aku mask, the player loses the mask. This is because a single hit does not kill Crash in this level, so Aku Aku's purpose would not make sense.
Mad Bombers, as well as the other two flying stages Bye Bye Blimps and Rings of Power, are the only stages in the game that don't feature a box counter, which is because there is no exit in either of these levels. Crash acquires the box gem instantly when the last box is broken.
In the N. Sane Trilogy remake of the third game, Coco is playable in this level.