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High Voltage Software’s sci-fi shooter for Wii, The Conduit, is getting ported to Android devices that use Nvidia’s Tegra system chips.

As reported by the company’s Facebook page, The Conduit HD will be a high-definition port of the  single-player campaign. According to the TegraZone website, the first two missions will be available as free-to-play. The remaining levels can be purchased for $5 or in two $3 bundles.

The Conduit HD will be available for purchase March 14 through Google Play.

The Conduit HD Coming to Android Devices with Tegra SoC

By | 03/4/2013 02:35 PM PT

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High Voltage Software’s sci-fi shooter for Wii, The Conduit, is getting ported to Android devices that use Nvidia’s Tegra system chips.

As reported by the company’s Facebook page, The Conduit HD will be a high-definition port of the  single-player campaign. According to the TegraZone website, the first two missions will be available as free-to-play. The remaining levels can be purchased for $5 or in two $3 bundles.

The Conduit HD will be available for purchase March 14 through Google Play.

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