What was this 90's arcade game?

Trying to remember the name of one of my favorite arcade games from the early 90s.
It was a co-op game that I believe was split screen. In each “mission” there was a timer and you and your partner had to move through a level setting timed bombs at marked locations and then get out of the area before all your bombs destroyed it.
It was a top down view and you could shoot at enemies or avoid their bullets by pinning yourself up against a wall.
Also, whenever you set a bomb in place the screen would briefly show a 2-second cut scene of a hand putting the timed bomb onto a surface.
Any ideas?

Sounds like Bomberman or Dynablaster except for the cut scene thing.

I thought of xenophobia first, but it isnt top down.

Was this actually in arcades, or a home console game? If so what console?

If an arcade game, were the controls like?

Pretty sure the game you’re thinking of is Crackdown, by Sega.

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That’s the one. Thanks.

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I remember that but didn’t know it was a sega game …

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