iBomber Defense combines classic tower defense gameplay with intense action and strategy. Keep enemies at bay all over the world using a variety of weapons and tactics, from rattling Machine guns, explosive cannons and awesome anti-aircraft artillery! Choose from Quick play and Campaign modes and battle across North Africa, Europe and Russia as both the Allied and Axis forces. Position your defenses and prepare for attack.
iBomber Defense Pacific is the successor of the game iBomber Defense. The game play as well as the second World War setting are the same, even if the game takes place at the pacific war theater. Again the player builds and upgrades different towers to protect the own headquarter against incoming enemies. Each tower has it's own advantages, like the flamethrower which slows down enemies so that other turrets can do more damage. Differently from other tower defense games is that the enemies will shoot back at the turrets, so that the turrets needs to be repaired. The construction, upgrading and repairing of turrets costs money, which is earned by destroying enemies or supply crates. Between the missions the player can upgrade it's turrets by spending victory points.
There are 22 levels all-up stretching across the Axis and Allied campaigns of Africa, Europe and Russia, each with their own iconic settings. The backdrops and graphics in iBomber are simply stunning (with some really meaty explosion effects), and thankfully textures are at their intended resolution when fully zoomed in. Another neat addition that spices up the level offerings come by way of routine Counter Attacks, which appear on the map over levels already played and offer bonus victory points. These depict offensive pushes by the enemy as they swarm over part of your already established defenses, and force you to defend a newly opened path on the map. In addition to the Campaign, there is a Quick Play mode with its own separate achievements to obtain per level, and 3 variable difficulties to play through.
iBomber Defense ($2.79, pictured above) takes the strategy of the iBomber franchise and combines it with the tower defense genre. The release is part of Chillingo's recently announced efforts to bring some of its games to the platform, beginning with HolyWaterGames' Feed Me Oil last month.
The world of iBomber has got bigger and better! iBomber Defense combines classic tower defense gameplay with the intense action and strategy of the original iBomber games. Keep enemies at bay all over the world using a variety of weapons and tactics, from rattling Machine guns, explosive cannons and awesome anti-aircraft artillery!
iBomber moves to the Pacific as you fight a whole new enemy across the Pacific rim to regain freedom. iBomber Defense Pacific takes tower defense to a whole new level and makes you feel like you're right there and part of the incredible action. iBomber Defense Pacific has all-new tactics, all-new strategies, all-new maps, all-new weapons and all-new enemies.
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