Max Payne Mobile
Essential Apple User Magazine|September 2021
Most console-to-iOS games are a Payne in the butt!

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Some console game conversions work perfectly on a mobile device, but others don’t transfer to the smaller screen well at all. Then there are those that really shouldn't work, but surprisingly many by being almost as much fun on an iPhone or iPad as they were on your PC or console. In our opinion, Max Payne falls firmly into the latter category.

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