GTA 3: 10th Anniversary Edition iOS & Android apps released

Not too long ago we reported that Grand Theft Auto 3: 10th Anniversary Edition would be coming to the mobile gaming space on both iOS and Android platforms, and now you can get your beating people and car stealing gaming action on your mobile device as both iOS and Android version of the game are now available.

According to the guys over at 9to5 Mac, Rockstar games has now released GTA 3: 10th Anniversary Edition for the iPhone and Apple iPad, so I checked with the Android Market and found that the Android version of the game is also available to download.

The Grand Theft Auto 3: 10th Anniversary Edition app commands the same asking price on both mobile platforms at $4.99 a pop and feature touch screen optimised gameplay, HD quality resolution, customised controls, and updated graphics.

The iOS version is for the iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod Touch 4, Apple iPad and Apple iPad 2 whilst the Android version the Motorola Atrix 4G, Motorola Droid X2, Motorola Photon 4G, T-Mobile G2x, Samsung Galaxy R, LG Optimus 2x and the HTC Rezound, and coming soon to the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.

Whilst on the Android tablet front GTA 3: 10th Anniversary Edition is for the Asus Eee Pad Transformer, LG Optimus Pad, Acer Iconia, Motorola Xoom, Toshiba Thrive, Sony Tablet S, the Samsung Galaxy Tag 8.9 and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.

So there you have it, if you are a mobile game and wish to purchase GTA 3 on your chosen platform you can do so by hitting up iTunes and the Android Market.

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4 thoughts on “GTA 3: 10th Anniversary Edition iOS & Android apps released”

      1. gel says:

        BS. Not a drawback of android. It’s also on iOS but only iphone 4s is supported. You have to have the proper devices to play a current, demanding game. It’s good that it doesn’t show up on the market for unsupported devices. People would just fill the reviews with 1 star reviews stating it runs poorly on their device. Same goes for Apple, so they don’t let you play this on  your iphone 1.

    1. Josema978 says:

      I have the SGS2 and I downloaded it two days ago. For some reason its no longer on the market. Luckily I got mine been playing the heck out of it since my ps3 is out for repair and I got my 360 in the living room cuz of the Kinect. Plays better than on the ps2. Touch controls are Def better than I expected but still wish I could play with a remote. Keep checking hopefully they put it back up soon. Best $5 I ever spent on the market. They could’ve easily hit away with charging double that.

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