Former Writer · Dec 21, 2011 at 04:08 pm

NFL 2012 and Duke Nukem HD Available Free in Android Market

For a limited time in the Android Market you can pick up NHL 2012 and Duke Nukem HD for free! Thanks to user mightymike889 for the tip. For additional details for this sure-to-be short fire sale, head on over to this thread.

A few people are having problems with the installation, but that shouldn’t stop anyone from at least trying. Yours truly has gotten them installed and will be rocking out some Duke Nukem awesomeness very, very shortly.

In case you’re having trouble finding it, you can snag Duke Nukem HD here:
Duke Nukem HD

and here is some NFL 2012 goodness:
NFL 2012


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