- Released: 1988-
- Developer: Data East | Sakata SAS
- Genre: Vehicle Combat
- Mode(s): Single Player | Multiplayer
*Burnin' Rubber (バーニンラバー, Bānin Rabā) is an overhead-view racing game created by Data East and released in arcades as both a dedicated board and as part of their DECO Cassette System. It was distributed in North America by Bally Midway and later ported to other platforms. The Atari 2600, Intellivision, and ColecoVision versions as well as the North American arcade and Nintendo Entertainment System versions are titled Bump 'n' Jump.
Data East released a port of Burnin' Rubber titled Buggy Popper (バギー・ポッパー, Bagī Poppā) for the Nintendo Entertainment System in Japan in 1986. It was released in North Anerica by Vic Tokai in 1988 as Bump 'n' Jump. Adding a level of complexity, the NES version of the game also requires that players pick up cans of gasoline that are interspersed throughout each course, as their car uses up fuel steadily throughout the game if the car goes too fast.