Classic shareware game Duke Nukem 2 was released for the iPhone and the iPad today, allowing the 1993 hit to be revisited by fans of the series. Duke Nukem 2 is a sidescrolling platformer, where the goal is to proceed through the level grabbing weapons and annihilating enemies.
The iOS version of the game features the 32 levels of the original, along with quick saves and online leaderboards.
-Smooth Side Scrolling Action
-Insane VGA Graphics
–256 Eye Popping Colors
-Kick A** Weapons
-Amazing Interactive Environments
–32 Action Packed Levels
-Full Touch Screen Support
-Brutal New Artwork and Music
-Save/Load, Replay and Track Your Highscores
Duke Nukem 2 can be downloaded from the App Store for $1.99. [Direct Link]
Top Rated Comments
How else was I supposed to play this game on a touch only device lol
The App Store has really screwed up people's ability to judge how much a game is worth. Recall when Trism was first released it was $9.99, and people said it was an amazing price?
Now people whine when a developer has the audacity to select price tier 2 (US$1.99) on iTunes Connect.
I'd say this is worth at least $4.99, but I've found many ports to iOS have crappy controls. Has anyone bought this? How are the controls? I'd rather not pay, regardless of price, until I'm reassured they're good.
Gesture recognition via the camera? There have been demo apps that can track head movement via the iphone's camera.
Use of the volume buttons?
Power / home buttons? (possible to repurpose on a JB device)
Remote logging in from another computer via one of the many VNC apps in iTunes?
Manipulation of the magnetic field around the iphone? (ie waving a magnet near it - that's how the compass app works)
Patterns of vibrations near the iphone? https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=iphone+seismometer
I can think of more but I'll stop there.
Wicked Better Off Dead reference! :D