iBomber Attack

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Third party DRM: Steam

This game requires a free Steam account to play.

Description

The legendary iBomber series returns but this time it’s time to ATTACK! Jump into your tank and get ready to blast your way around Europe and defeat the enemy in this visceral tour of destruction! With 24 missions full of explosive action to go at, iBomber Attack is a dose of high-octane entertainment that you won’t be able to put down.

  • Tour of Destruction:

    From destroying Navel dockyards, airfields and secret bases to gunning down legions of flame-throwing soldiers, this is 24 levels of non-stop, high caliber, action.

  • Awesome Firepower:

    Earn ‘Victory Points’ and collect gold to power-up your tank with Bombs, Bunker Busters, Mini-Guns, Flame Throwers, Rockets, Airstrike's, Supply Drops & Super Boost's.

  • iBomber Lives:

    Dripping with the quality gameplay, visuals and sounds that made the original iBomber games so loved, iBomber Attacks ensures the legend lives on!


Key Features:

  • Tanktastic action

  • Super smooth game-play

  • 24 action packed missions

  • Amazingly detailed graphics

  • Collect Gold to buy Power-Ups

  • Win Victory Points for upgrades

  • Huge levels to explore and destroy

  • The satisfaction of blowing everything up!

Customer reviews

75

A good bit of fun for a couple of quid!

alphalegion | Jan. 31, 2013 | See all alphalegion's reviews »

Well, I recently bought this game, as it looked relatively interesting, and seemed to have some good gameplay mechanics, and for the price, I thought you couldn’t go wrong.

And some extent, yes, I was correct. It certainly provides a good few hours’ worth of fun dungeon-crawler style gameplay, however you’re a tank. It’s a fairly simple concept, point and click to shoot, W A S and D keys to drive your little tank around, and simply proceed from objective to objective.

It’s fairly repetitive at times, but remains to stay fun. By no means a bad game, but not exactly well polished either. - However, for the price, production cost and the fact it’s an indie game, I’d say it was fairly well pulled off. Great bit of fun for just a couple of quid, indie devs pull it off, once again.