Get ready mobile gamers, Duke Nukem 3D finally available for Android
Calling all Duke Nukem fans, I need your attention. Remember when we told you that Duke Nukem would hit the Android Market “very soon?” Well, after only 20 days, the game is here — and given the Duke’s recent reputation — that’s pretty quick. Duke Nukem is a top favorite game of the ’90s, making this a childhood/teenage favorite of most of our readers, and one that most of you will most likely want to grab for your Android device. The app was developed by Tapjoy and MachineWorks NorthWest and is available for 99¢. The game includes ads (which is weird for a paid app) and includes all 3-episodes but you can only get episode 2 and 3 through in app-purchase, where it will cost around $1-2 each. So approximately, you have to spend around $4-5 to get your hands on this classic game.
So anyone out there planning to get it? Or have you already downloaded it? Tell us about it in the comment box below, we’re especially interested in what you have to say about a paid app having ads.
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