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This time ten years ago, Rockstar's first 3D rendition of the GTA series was keeping PlayStation 2 owners up all night. Grand Theft Auto 3 now seeks to inflict similar insomnia on fondleslab fanatics, after it was released today for iOS and Android.

GTA 3

While controls have been optimised for mobile devices, the game is otherwise unchanged, porting a healthy dose of cop-killing craziness and drive-by drug deals to those on the move.

Priced at three quid, it's a lot of bang for the bus and should keep those with itchy trigger fingers patiently at bay, awaiting the arrival of Grand Theft Auto V.

GTA 3 Mobile can be picked up for £2.99 on both iOS and Android. ®

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