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Bullet-time fans twiddling thumbs in anticipation of next month's Max Payne 3 might like to get practice in on their smartphones first, as the original version has just launched on iOS devices.

The game, Max Payne Mobile, sees the vengeful cop's first outing ported to mobile with HD graphics, hi-res textures and customisable controls. There is also connectivity to Rockstar's Social Club.

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The game costs a penny less than £2 and can be downloaded immediately from the App Store. An Android version is pegged for release on 26 April. ®

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