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Reviews and Problems with iBomber Defense

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GolovA, Metacritic
17 September 2013
  • Summary: Anyone who liked this, i would suggest Defense Grid. To anyone who hasn't played it yet it is a good Defense Tower type of game, which is pretty fun, but becomes tedious pretty fast, since it seems the levels can be passed using only one (designer-predetermined) strategy of turret placement.
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Niumen, Metacritic
7 August 2013
  • Summary: The game is very generic and is not developing anything new to the genre. It's just slightly above average tower defense game which can be fun for some people as well as boring for others.
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TIMOTHYBELLLIVE, Metacritic
14 April 2012
  • Summary: One of the best defense games out there. Giving an 8 because like most, it gets stale after a bit. Being able to pause the game and deal with your units is a big plus.
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Pomornik, Metacritic
2 March 2012
  • Summary: The creators of this series must be well familiar with mottos like "Perfection lies in simplicity" and "Don't fix what's not broken". They really don't try to make ibomber games anything more than just simple classic TDs, and they don't have to!
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Monurah, Metacritic
1 November 2011
  • Summary: A refreshing, casual game which can be played whenever you need to distract yourself. It offers multivariate maps, unique challenges, and upgrades you can apply to customize your gameplay at any level.
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PostmanCHILE, Metacritic
30 October 2011
  • Summary: i played the demo on steam and i love it, its simple, fun and doesnt use too much system resources, all we want on a game. For me it has only one fault: No music.
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Jinx, Metacritic
4 October 2011
  • Summary: Nice little game. It's one of the more simplistic tower defense games I have played, and I'm pretty sure it's just ported from iOS. But if you are new to the genre and want to learn, or want some light fun on your netbook, it's well worth the $5.
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