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After revealing that Irrational Games' 2007 BioShock would be making its way to iOS devices earlier this month, publisher 2K has today announced that the slimmed down mobile port is now available for purchase.

Priced at a whopping $18.99 on the iTunes store, the mobile game features all of Rapture in its gritty, underwater nature, with some tweaks of course. These include a new UI for those fingertips, optimised touch controls and support for bluetooth controllers.
Bringing a true AAA gaming experience to the mobile platform, BioShock sends players on an adventure to explore the submerged Art Deco city of Rapture to fight deranged survivors of a failed objectivist utopia, and genetically modify their own DNA to gain superhuman powers. The game also features a new leaderboard system, an in-app digital artbook (based on the original Special Edition), and a new player profile function that allows players to see how they stack up against their friends with a number of personal in-game stats that track how many weapons and plasmids are used, the number of enemies killed, and more.
If the price doesn't put you off, you can check it out through the iTunes store over here. Note that BioShock for iOS is only compatible with the following devices: iPad Air, iPad Mini 2, iPad 4, iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, and iPhone 5 - and will sadly not run on older devices.



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