Solomon's Key for the NES was released in Japan on this day in 1986.

iBomber Attack

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Description

In the iBomber Defense games the player has defended its base against incoming attacks in Europe and the Pacific. Now it's time to change the roles and attack. In iBomber Attack the player controls a tank and starts a tour of destruction through 24 levels in Europe. Beside the stationary defense installations there are also infantry and a wide range of tanks to fight. Nearly everything can be destroyed in the game and destroyed buildings may reveal power-ups and intel items. There are five intel items in each level, collecting them one is rewarded with a bonus life. Between the levels one buys power-ups and upgrades with gold (dropped by enemies) and victory points (for fulfilling mission objectives).

The visual and sound design are similar to the iBomber Defense games, but the gameplay was changed. The tank is controlled by the keyboard, with two possible movement controls. Aiming and firing of the main gun as well as secondary weapons are done by mouse. The main gun has unlimited ammo, but the one for the secondary weapons is limited.

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iBomber Attack Windows Some brave soldiers!
iBomber Attack Windows Main menu (Demo version)
iBomber Attack Windows Breaking a wall...and a warehouse.
iBomber Attack Windows Victory!

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