Shantae, Bastion, Terraria Get iOS Controller Support

Thursday, December 12th, 2013

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Logitech Powershell Controller - iOS Controller | oprainfall

Apple’s latest version of iOS has added support for their official controller APIs, which would allow developers to add the option to play iOS games with a controller. The only controllers utilizing this API that are available now are the MOGA Ace Power and the LogiTech Powershell, which are both available for $99.99.

Several games on the iOS App Store have now been updated to allow for support for these kinds of controllers. This includes titles like Bastion, Shantae: Risky’s Revenge, Limbo, The Walking Dead: The Game, Terraria, and many more. Hopefully, more games will be updated to utilize these controllers as time goes on. You can check out the full list of supported games below.


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  • An Tran

    I feel sorry for iOS gamers who have to throw out ridiculously high amounts of money for EXTREMELY cheap-feeling controller shells, just to play their games with physical controls.
    Good thing Google opted for the HID standard. Though it saddens me a bit that there are those out there who very foolishly believe Google needs to make their own gamepad standard, when there’s one already available.

  • SecretX

    wtf? $99.99 i rather use that kind of money on eshop games or psn games. they already have physical controls support.