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Max Payne Mobile for Android Now Available In the Play Store

By Anton D. Nagy June 14, 2012, 2:27 am

If you like playing games on your Android device (and of course, if you were a fan of the soon-to-be-trylogy of Max Payne on the computer) then you were probably waiting for this for quite some time. Don't worry, it is now available, as Max Payne Mobile makes its way to the Google Play Store.

The game has been fully optimized for the NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core mobile processor so if you have an HTC One X for instance you'll be able to experience some excellent gameplay (not that Galaxy S III owners will not). It weighs 1.33GB, costs $2.99, and it is available for quite a large number of Android phones and tablets. Check out the source link below for more details as well as purchasing.


Source: Google Play


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