I fondly recall playing multiplayer Duke Nukem 3D locally in the mid-nineties, on an ancient PC and a laptop one of our dads brought home from work. Good times.
It’s been available on the App Store for yonks, and now Machineworks Northwest LLC has finally brought Duke Nukem 3D to the Android Market.
If you’re unfamiliar with the Duke, the Android Market blurb explains: “Duke Nukem is not the typical faceless hero -- he's an in-your-face hero who has a personality that doesn't quit. Yes, it's a B-movie plot, but that's what makes it fun!”
Yeah, it was semi-amusing back then, but maybe not so funny now. Strippers, boobs, blah blah blah…
This handheld version has been optimised for multitouch action, with native support for Android tablets. You can play with a virtual dual-stick set-up, or drag it up like a drag queen.
Duke Nukem is available for 61p, but be warned that it still includes ads. And you’ll have to fork out extra for Episodes 2 and 3 via in-app billing. That’s pretty outrageous, really. There are more than a few angry reviews on the Android Market.