iBomber Defense Pacific
Third party DRM: SteamThis game requires a free Steam account to play.
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.
Victory Points, Perks and Stats
Earn victory points and spend to upgrade all your turrets
Specialize your turrets for extra overall fire power
Win Perks (12 to unlock and assign)
Progress your Rank (14 ranks to achieve)
Follow your stats (20 stats to track & watch)
Try to collect all 25 Achievements
Compete against your friends across all the campaign missions and 2 Bonus missions using Steam Leaderboards
Full Steam Cloud support for taking your save game with you
All New Weapons:
Discover flame throwers, rockets and individual turret targeting
Build bomb bases and drop bombs and depth charges directly onto enemies
Use bombs to Discover Hidden targets on maps
All New Tactics:
Dig in, dig your turrets in to increase fire power and armor but you reduce your field of view!
Sneak attacks, watch out! for enemy sneak attacks from the Jungle and by Sea
Combine Canon, Rocket and Radar turrets to extend your total fire power
Use Flame throwers to cause damage and mayhem to enemy units
Drop Bombs to target your enemy from above
Aim to achieve the Secondary objective on all levels
2D top down tower defenseAJ1AJ | June 10, 2015 | See all AJ1AJ's reviews »
An army styled game where you place guns and other weapons to destroy any incoming machines. It is a fun game that has a few weapons to choose from. Personally I enjoy it. It also has upgrades which you can buy. There are some badges you get if you complete requirements in a mission which makes it a little more fun/more things to do. For tower location it uses a grid system which maybe isn't as good as other tower defence games but it work well for this game. This is one of the better 2D tower defence games out there. if you like tower defence games this one should be pretty fun and it has a lot of levels.
Great little tower defense gameroadman | June 7, 2013 | See all roadman's reviews »
I have played it for close to an hour when i was sick. It was a very pleasant game to play. You can place your turrets almost any where around a coastline, road,etc. Great little TD that I recommend you buy, but maybe wait for a sale to get it. You can upgrade your cool machine gun or bomb turret to do more damage and look powerful. The animation is executed well. The game's graphics are bright and colorful for possibly killing people in cars, tanks, and submarines. The explosion are pretty good. Good game if you're into TD games, this game has a 2d top view of the map.
Surprised how fun this isMorphineBear | Feb. 17, 2013 | See all MorphineBear's reviews »
Normally I doubt playing tower defense games because they're normally bad quality and so plain. This game is different. The game quality and graphics alone differentiate this from those flash games. Gameplay is smooth and clean. Plenty of turrets to use (and upgrades) so there are a couple ways to beat each level but still require a large strategic level of thinking. It's also worth noting that levels get progressively harder so you can't just stack what you think is the best. For a tower defense game, this is one of the best.
Loading turret, aim, fire!Guardian412 | Feb. 1, 2013 | See all Guardian412's reviews »
iBomber Defense Pacific is the sequel of the original iBomber Defense, but this time the setting is the Pacific Theater instead of Europe, Africa and Russia. If you've ever played with tower defense games, such as the prequel or my favorite in the genre, Defense Grid, you'll feel right at home right from the first levels. So as in the first game the missions are challenging, but never impossible to beat. The graphics is colorful, the animations are smooth, but unfortunately, and it is good and also bad, it haven't changed much since the first episode. While iBomber Defense Pacific seems and sounds like a standalone mission disc of iBomber Defense, set into a different setting, iBDP has a great atmosphere, challeging missions and a great gameplay to forget this tiny detail. I rarely give exactly the same rating for prequel and sequel in a series, as usually one of them is weaker, but here I give the same rating. iBomber Defense Pacific has enough great improvements to be better than the previous installment, but unfortunately the core elements haven't changed that much to be better than iBomber Defense (So the pros and cons are creating a nice balance.). But just like the first one, it’s certainly worth giving iBomber Defense Pacific a look, especially if you love this genre.