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    Can anyone recommend a good Android controller, I'm planning on grabbing one for this game. Thanks.

  • #2
    Use ps3 controller đź‘Ś
    but ur device must be rooted or you need OTG cable


    • #3

      Before you choose a controller to use with your Android smartphone or tablet, it is important to know about the compatibility issues you might encounter.

      Android devices running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (or Android 3.2 Honeycomb) or newer support game controllers natively. You aren’t necessarily out of luck if you’re stuck on older software — most controllers will pair to older Android devices — but you can expect them to work unpredictably, unreliably, and sometimes not at all.

      Even if your device runs a newer version of Android, it’s not always smooth sailing — some games don’t take advantage of Android’s controller API, and so don’t respond properly to gamepads. But luckily, there is a workaround in the form of Tincore Keymapper, a third-party app that lets you remap the functions of keys, buttons, and more. Note: You need a rooted device to take full advantage.

      Moga Hero Power ($27)
      he Moga Hero Power might not be the cheapest of Android game controllers, but it cuts few corners. The full-sized controller boasts a curved, ergonomic design that is dimpled and textured — giving you a solid grip that doesn’t feel as flimsy as some of the competition.

      The button layout is a typical dual analog configuration: On the front is a start button, a select button, and two sticks, one of which is positioned higher than the other to make room for a four-way directional pad. On the right are four action buttons in a diamond layout, and on the back are two shoulder buttons and two triggers.

      Pyrus Telescopic ($27)
      The Pyrus Telescopic controller isn’t your average Android game controller. Unlike the all-in-one, console-style solutions that try desperately to stuff every button, trigger, and joystick onto a single peripheral, the Pyrus Telescopic ships in two pieces: One that affixes to the left-hand side of your phone, and one that attaches to the right-hand side — both in landscape orientation. The result looks something like an oversized Nintendo Switch.

      The Pyrus Telescopic might have a comparatively small surface area but it doesn’t skimp when it comes to inputs. The two-piece controller packs a start and select button, two joysticks (one on either side), a four-direction D-Pad, and four action buttons. Flat bumper and trigger buttons sit around back adjacent to a Micro USB charging port.

      8Bitdo Zero ($17)
      If the 8Bitdo Zero looks familiar, that’s because it’s a not-so-subtle homage to controllers of the Super Nintendo era. But that’s not a knock against it. The 8Bitdo Zero absolutely nails the retro aesthetic with a matte grey finish and stylish protective case, and packs all the programmable buttons you could possibly want in retro arcade Android titles.

      iPega PG-9017S ($20)
      To say the iPega PG-9017S has an unconventional design is putting it mildly, but that works to its advantage. The wider-than-average base and narrow bezels let it accommodate Android tablets up to 10 inches in size, and its 380mAh battery charges plugged-in devices between gaming sessions. It pairs via Bluetooth up to 26 feet away. A special battery-saving mode, which flips on when the controller is not in use, delivers up to 100 hours of standby time (or two hours of active playtime).

      Refer to this web page to know about the cables and connectors


      • #4
        Taslar Mocute Wireless Game Controller Gamepad For Android Smartphones Ipad TV / PC Controller 3D VR Headset Remote Control Bluetooth Joystick.


        • #5
          i use my ps4 controller and it works nice

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          Last edited by violetevergarden; 05-25-2019, 03:49 PM.