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iBomber games coming to Steam for Linux! Steam also expands the Beta!

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Some new games have appeared on Steam's CDR list!

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First up is iBomber Attack!
The legendary iBomber series returns but this time it’s time to ATTACK! Jump into your tank and get ready to blast your way around Europe and defeat the enemy in this visceral tour of destruction! With 24 missions full of explosive action to go at, iBomber Attack is a dose of high-octane entertainment that you won’t be able to put down.

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TOUR OF DESTRUCTION
From destroying Navel dockyards, airfields and secret bases to gunning down legions of flame-throwing soldiers, this is 24 levels of non-stop, high caliber, action.
AWESOME FIREPOWER
Earn ‘Victory Points’ and collect gold to power-up your tank with Bombs, Bunker Busters, Mini-Guns, Flame Throwers, Rockets, Airstrike's, Supply Drops & Super Boost's.
iBOMBER LIVES
Dripping with the quality gameplay, visuals and sounds that made the original iBomber games so loved, iBomber Attacks ensures the legend lives on!


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Next up is iBomber Defense Pacific!
iBomber moves to the Pacific as you fight a whole new enemy across the Pacific rim to regain freedom.

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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.

It is not yet known if they are playable yet in the Beta or not so buy at your own risk like everything until Steam's official release.

We really are getting spoilt this year guys, what do you think?

Update: Steam has also just expanded it's Beta again! I got in this time!

We've just expanded the limited public beta by a large amount - which means another round of email notifications - so check your inbox! In addition, there are a few more points of interest:
      We've added a new group of sub-forums (Valve Games, Non-Valve Games, AMD/NVidia/Intel Graphics Cards, etc). Please use these sub-forums to post new bugs related to the forum title. For instance, issues with Team Fortress 2 should be posted in the Valve Games forum. The Limited Beta forum should be used for issues that are general in nature. Don't spend a lot of time determining the "proper" sub-forum. We realize it's a subjective call in any case but it could help us parse the forums more efficiently and get a better idea of high-traffic areas.
      Everyone has been doing a great job with using the issue template when posting their bugs. Another thing that would help us greatly is if you searched the forums to see if your issue has already been reported before creating a new post. If you find an existing post that applies to your bug, please add a comment to indicate that the issue affects more than a single person.
      The beta time period for Serious Sam 3: BFE has expired. For those people who have downloaded the game, your local content (including any saved games) remains and is playable if the game is purchased. For more information, see this thread.
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4 comments

Anon 6 Dec, 2012
Great to see this. I still can't wait for Puddle personally, as it seems like my kind of game. Anyone have any idea when it will be actually available?
Anon 6 Dec, 2012
Damn, seems like I need to buy SS3. Good there's a sale on, now I need to find some friends for a 4-pack.
Agmenor 6 Dec, 2012
Congratulations on being part of the beta !
Oh, I didn't understand that Serious Sam 3 was temporarily free because of the beta. So I suppose I won't be able to play it any more, unless I buy it.
Xpander 7 Dec, 2012
i got into the beta also finally.
and everyone should buy SS3 who still haven't and ofc who like this type of gmae - its so cheap also atm
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