For those who remember Duke Nukem 3D back in the day (not to be confused with the recent release of the Duke Nukem Forever game), the good news is that soon Android users will be able to relive those memories on their smartphones and tablets.
This was announced by both TapJoy and MachineWorks and will finally bring to Android users who iOS users have been enjoying all this while. There is no word on when the game is expected to hit Android devices, but it will be available for both Android smartphones and tablets, although it is not clear if there will be an optimized version for tablets or if it will use the same smartphone app.
Pricing is still unknown at this point as well, and for Android users still running older versions of the platform, Duke Nukem 3D is said to be able to work on Android’s Eclair 2.1 and later.
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