Los Angeles. Under attack by aliens intent on stealing our chicks for breeding Duke Nukem springs into action dealing damage like only he can, making his "insightful" comments along the way. If you've never played a Duke game, this is your chance to see why he's been a fan favorite since 1991, with over 18 original Duke Nukem games since that time. 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'a B-movie plot but that's what makes it fun!
A New Way to Kill
This high-powered iPhone 3D engine supports TapShoot, a unique way to play first-person shooters on the iPhone and iTouch, taking full advantage of the unique touch screen interface to easily and quickly aim and shoot enemies, without the frustration of trying to line up your weapon perfectly. Once you've experienced TapShoot, you'll wish all FPS games on the iPhone had this breakthrough feature.
Yes, we have the thumb-stick style controller, but we've also pioneered another way to guide Duke through levels, using slider style controls. Practically everyone who's playtested the game thinks this new method is superior. And this along with the TapShoot feature makes Duke Nukem 3D a blast to play on the iPhone.
Duke Nukem 3D is available now in the App Store for $2.99.