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  1. Mar 31, 2012
    The developers of iBomber Defense still can't find the thin line between simplicity and triteness.
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Mixed or average reviews- based on 15 Ratings

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  1. Apr 6, 2012
    A quirky little game worth the nominal price. The audio is terrible though. There is no music and the effects are repetitive rhythmic explosions that grade on you after a short time. Play it with your favorite playlists in the background instead. Full Review »
  2. Oct 25, 2013
    At its core, iBomber Defense Pacific is a completely generic Tower Defense game with a WWII theme. It also has the added ability to drop bombs on the enemies for instant damage dealing. For its price, it's decently long and interesting. However there really isn't anything positive that sets it apart from the crowd and there really isn't anything outwardly bad about it either. So, in the end, you get a completely average TD game. Only big fans of the TD genre should think about getting this one. Full Review »
  3. May 14, 2012
    A great sequel and great improvements as well. Tower defense fans will definitely appreciate this title with its strategies, perks and challenging terrains. The look of the game - like the original - is very simple and effective. It's a no-frills approach to tower defense but that may be it's charm: blandness keeps you focused on the enemies poring in trying to take over your bases. Maybe they could've added some neat little frills like debris or soldiers screaming but - maybe next game. As mentioned before, the new perk system is an excellent addition giving your turrets more options and abilities as well as the cash system. The much appreciated and often life-saving "dig in" option is a must for the latter levels. iBomber PD is a great addition to the growing tower defense genre. Full Review »