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Update of Duke Nukem 3D Android arrives; to remove ads

The classic first person shooter game comes with annoying advertisements despite being a paid app.

Just two days after launching the Android version, the developers of the Duke Nukem 3D game were forced to roll out an update of the classic game.

The update has been rolled out after users complained that despite being a fully paid version, the game was displaying advertisements for which the users felt highly cheated. The update aims to remove all the advertisements from the game and will present it in a way it was originally supposed to be.

The application is available on the Android Market and can be downloaded using the device’s application store or by visiting the following link as well. Users who have already installed the application can update it via the Android Market and for new users, here’s the link of the game.

Although with the update the problem of the advertisements has been eradicated but users still have to spend more money to buy additional episodes of the game which is not being accepted by many users. As for the developers, the impression has been quite wrong and people will remain choosey about other games that will be releasing in the future by the same developer especially for the paid titles.

Duke Nukem 3D is a first person shooter game developed by 3D Realms and published by Machineworks Northwest LLC. The story is simple – users get to play the role of macho Duke Nukem who fights aliens. The game play is pretty interesting with the mighty foot basic kick attack to knock down aliens without wasting bullets from guns. Otherwise you will always have your faithful sidearms to knock down some Alien Foes.

The game is available for a price tag of Rs 49 from the Android Market and can be installed on Android devices running Android version 1.6 and above making it available for almost any and all Android devices. The game price tag includes the Episode 1 but for other two episodes they will have to additionally pay around Rs 40 each.

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