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The Conduit HD now available for Tegra 3 devices

12:30 PM on 03.15.2013

Keith Swiader

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The Conduit HD, a high-definition re-release of High Voltage Software's Wii-exclusive first-person shooter, is now available for Tegra 3-optimized Android devices on Google's Play Store. Along with the visual upgrade, the game features "innovative touchscreen controls and gameplay that has been re-balanced for tablet play."

"Our goal with The Conduit was to bring a hardcore game experience to a 'casual' market," said Kerry J. Ganofsky, CEO and founder of High Voltage Software. "I believe we have reached that goal again with The Conduit HD!"

The purchasing options for The Conduit HD are rather strange: The first two levels are free, and the full game is $4.99. However, each half of the game can also be purchased separately for $2.99 each, so if you've ever wanted to go that route, there you go.


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