At least once every day somebody pauses and completely fails to observe that what we need is a new Duke Nukem port, but another one’s turned up anyway. Shack News reports 2.5D platformer Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project, previously available on Xbox Live Arcade and Steam, will make the jump to iOS this week, with customisable touch controls arranged along the bottom of the screen. Pricing and exact release date information is not available at this time, so just hold your breath and refresh constantly.
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Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project
The Birthday Bundle from Indie Royale contains Cities in Motion 2, Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project, more
The Birthday Bundle from Indie Royale is live, and includes five titles: Cities in Motion 2, Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project, Impire, XenoMiner and Perfection. All the games are available for Windows via Steam except XenoMiner which is available via Desura with Perfection available from both. Cities in Motion 2, Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project and Perfection […]
Microsoft has announced that Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project will be hitting XBLA.