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Duke Nukem 3D goes Mobile

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3DRealms has announced a mobile version of Duke Nukem 3D. The game was developed by Machineworks NorthWest, BREW game developers. They created this game based on the original and very popular Duke Nukem 3D game for personal computers.

The Duke Nukem Mobile 3D game will be available this summer from major North American carriers and it will feature 20 levels, multiple weapons, power-ups and various locations.

The game will require a Zodiac Tapwave compatible cell phone with 7MB memory. So far the following phones are supported: Motorola T720, LGE VX4400, LGE VX4500, LGE VX6000 and the Samsung SCH-A530.

Cool that 3D Realms released a more than ten years old computer game for cell phones but I'm still waiting to get my hands on Duke Nukem Forever (aka Fornever)!

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