iBomber Defense Pacific
Strategy Guide Index
The campaign in iBomber Defense Pacific consists of 22 missions played as the Allies, in particular the United States, during the Pacific campaign against Japan in World War II. Unlike the previous game, iBomber Defense, there is no second campaign played from the Axis perspective. There is also no quickplay mode in this game; however, missions you’ve beaten can be replayed later.
This page serves as an index for the iBomber Defense Pacific strategy guides and walkthroughs for each of the campaign and bonus levels beaten on the veteran difficulty. In addition, you will find information relevant to the levels like the various medals that can be awarded and how to get them.
Campaign Guides (Perfect on Veteran)
The guide for iBomber Defense Pacific covers each level and how to achieve a perfect rating, meaning no lives lost due to enemies leaked, no turrets destroyed and of course, completing the level. There are both videos and text guides for each of the game’s levels, with just one bonus stage and a special run of Santa Cruz for the Sharpshooter achievement left to do.
- Kokoda Track
- Buna Gona
- Savo Island
- Midway Atoll
- Edsons Ridge
- Operation Mai
- Coral Sea
- Alligator Creek
- Santa Cruz
(+ Sharp Shooter Achievement)
- Battle of Tenaru
(+ Daredevil Achievement)
- Operation Hailstone
- Truk Lagoon
- Hell’s Pocket
- Operation A-Go
- Philippine Sea
- Iwo Jima
The Bonus missions are unlocked as you progress through the campaign and can be played separately from the rest of the levels in the game. You do not choose which upgrades you receive for these levels, and they consist more of constructing mazes with your towers rather than the normal “cover a path from the best vantage point” type of game-play.
Bonus Level Guides
There are four different medals that you can achieve in each mission, each with their own set of requirements to be awarded. It is possible to earn every medal of the highest quality on every mission, with the means of how to accomplish this covered on a per mission basis in the guides above.
- Perfect Round
- Second Objective
- Turret Guard
A perfect round medal is given out for beating a level without letting a single unit past your defense and losing any lives in the process. There are three ranks of this medal—bronze, silver, and gold—for beating the level on Rookie, Soldier, and Veteran difficulties, respectively. The mission guides above cover getting the gold medals on veteran difficulty, along with all the other medals.
Earning this medal (any quality) on every level will unlock the Hotshot achievement.
Earning the Gold Perfect Round medal along with the Gold Second Objective medal (veteran) on every campaign level will unlock the God of War achievement.
This medal is awarded to players upon completing a level’s secondary objective, which is described in the mission info box. This medal also comes in three different qualities depending on what difficulty the level was beaten on: bronze for Rookie, silver for Soldier, and gold for Veteran.
If you earn the Second Objective medal (any quality) on every level, you will unlock the Hellhound achievement. However, earning the gold version along with the Gold Perfect Round medals in every campaign level will unlock the God of War achievement.
This medal is awarded to you simply for surviving a level to its end. There is only one type of this medal, and it’s given out the same no matter what difficulty.
Unlike the other three medals, it does not have a achievement specifically tied to it; however, completing the campaign (while earning survivor on every level in the process) will unlock the Semper Fi achievement.
The Turret Guard medal is awarded for completing a mission on any difficulty without losing a single turret to enemy fire. You can still sell your turrets and earn this medal, which can be a better option in some cases if you do not have the money to repair one of your guns before it gets destroyed. This is also covered in the veteran difficulty guides above.
Collecting the Turret Guard medal on every one of the iBomber Defense Pacific levels will unlock the achievement Guardian Angel.
About iBomber Defense Pacific
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.
- Tower Defense
- See Also: iBomber Defense
- Single player campaign (22 Levels)
- + 2 special bonus levels
- Developed by Cobra Mobile
- Release Date: Mar 1, 2012
- Platforms: Windows, iOS, Android
- Official Site
A definite improvement over the original, iBomber Defense Pacific takes what works and ads more interesting and fun buts to the well oiled machine of the first. Like the original, there’s nothing really groundbreaking here, but what this game aims for, it delivers as a budget, casual title with a good amount of challenge for those who still desire it.
Last Updated on October 4, 2020 by Standard of Entertainment