The lewd, macho and downright insane experience that is Duke Nukem will soon be available to fans with iOS devices in the way of Duke Nukem 2. Duke Nukem 2 was originally released by Apogee Software way back in 1993 for the PC back when it used MS-DOS as the main way to launch programs. The fact that some of the people reading this right now probably have no memory of MS-DOS makes me feel kind of old, but thems the breaks, right? Duke is a hero from the previous game and working on promoting his new book when a group of aliens kidnapped him to try to take over the world. Duke broke free and you better bet that he kicked some ass.
Now gamers in a modern era will get to experience the fun that was Duke Nukem 2 on their iOS devices (iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, etc.) thanks to 3D Realms and Interceptor Entertainment. Interceptor Entertainment are of course the team behind the reboot of another Apogee classic in Rise of the Triad. Duke Nukem 2 has seen a limited release in the Duke Nukem Trilogy on the Nintendo DS and PlayStation Portable as well as being sold on a few classic gaming sites. It will launch with a slew of new features for the price of $1.99 in April.