The game, which has moved more than 1.5 million downloads on the App Store, will soon be seeing an update that will see its developer, Cobra Mobile, allowing in-app purchases (unfortunately, no exact details were made available regarding what upgrades or items would be available).
In addition to the company’s intentions of porting the game to the PSPGo, Cobra has also announced plans for a console version of the game, most likely set for PSN or Xbox Live Arcade, although that has yet to be confirmed.
What has been confirmed, however, is that a sequel, appropriately named iBomber 2, is now being developed.
Cobra CEO Mark Ettle spoke with CasualGaming.biz about the franchise’s success: “Since release, we have managed to successfully build a really strong gaming brand from the ground up with iBomber and we are now expanding the game out onto a host of new platforms to build out the whole experience. Cobra’s slogan is ‘We Create, You Play’ and with iBomber there has been an awful lot of playing.”