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* Get a completely new and visually stunning 3D style representation of the highly successful arcade version of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3
* Play in 3 different modes, including the original arcade story mode structure
* Battle 13 Mortal Kombat legends from the arcade original
* Enter 10 classic arenas
* Perform all the moves from the arcade original
* Use advanced (6 buttons) or casual (5 buttons) control systems
* Customize controls, place the buttons where you prefer on the screen and adjust opacity
* Battle against friends via Bluetooth or local WiFi
* Featuring the authentic sound FX and music from the arcade version
* Supports Retina Display (for iPhone® 4 and iPod touch® (4th generation)) and Fast App Switching (for iOS 4.0 or higher)
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