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1、<p>The iBomber series is back once again with iBomber 3 released today for fans of blowing stuff up.</p><p>The first iBomber was released in 2009 and earned a Bronze Award from us.</p><p>Since then, developer Cobra Mobile has successfully adapted the series into a really quite good take on tower defence, with iBomber Defense Pacific, and iBomber Attack.</p><p>Now, however, Cobra is returning to the action game iteration of iBomber with this third main entry into the series.</p><p>So, yes, iBomber 3 is all about dropping bombs onto key targets across the Pacific, Europe, the Mediterranean, and North Africa.</p><p>You'll be piloting B-17 and Lancaster bombers and will see a top-down view with crosshairs with which to aim your explosive packages.</p><p>You can purchase iBomber 3 for £1.99 / $2.99 on the App Store right now. Or, you can be patient, and wait for our forthcoming review to tell you how good it is or isn't.</p>UPDATE: The reported audio bug appears to be caused by compatibility issues with Bluetooth headphones and speakers. Devolver Digital and developer Nomada Studio are now investigating and working on a fix. Original report continues below:<p>The gloriously pretty GRIS was one of the standout indie games from last year. A couple weeks back, an iOS port was announced, and it suddenly became available for download yesterday. Despite the fact that the game still looks fabulous and runs well, our sister site 148Apps reports that the current version suffers from several large technical issues.</p><p>Perhaps the most concerning problem at the moment is related to the game’s otherwise stellar audio. Basically, a bug causes the game’s normal, heavenly audio to switch suddenly to a ‘high-pitched digital noise’ that blasts out at ‘a volume that's quite uncomfortable to listen to’. Not great, especially considering that most mobile gamers will likely be playing GRIS with earphones.</p>
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