While Duke Nukem Forever isn’t doing a great job of holding up the Duke Nukem legacy, its popular predecessor, Duke Nukem 3D, has been assigned with that task instead. Recently made available on Android devices, the game has now been ported over to another mobile device: the QNX-running BlackBerry PlayBook. If you were tired of the games on your PlayBook, I guess it’s about time you relive the 90s with this action-packed, alien-slaying FPS.
Duke Nukem 3D for the BlackBerry PlayBook features all 3 episodes in the game (Android users had to purchase episode 2 and 3 in-game), and it features customizable controls that can be arranged anywhere on the screen. The game costs $2.99 and can be purchased from the BlackBerry App World now. What are you waiting for? Christmas?
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