Updated December 24, 2022, by Ritwik Mitra:Many people frown upon mobile gaming, which is a shame since this medium has a ton of potential on its own. Given that everyone has a smartphone in modern times, it only makes sense for developers to try and target this market by developing fairly casual and enjoyable experiences that players can get through with ease. While this might lead many people to believe that hardcore gaming experiences have no space on mobiles, this couldn't be further from the truth. In fact, many developers have realized that some people just don't find touch controls to be very accurate for the majority of gaming experiences and have added controller support for certain titles to make them more accurate and engaging to play for gamers who don't want to deal with the finicky nature of touch controls. The most notable examples in this regard are mentioned below.
It will be a while yet before iPhone users can download the popular battle royale game again. For now, Android players who haven't had the chance to try the ever-popular online shooter can give it a go on their phones.
The game received its final major update recently, the Journey's End update, which will soon make its way to the mobile version of the game. Using touch controls certainly has its appeal, especially for inventory management. However, most mobile controller games benefit from gamepads by making the player a bit more accurate, and Terraria is no exception.
The game requires relatively precise inputs at points, though, which can be hard to do accurately just by touch reactions. Limbo plays OK without a controller, but like most mobile games that support controller use, players find it a little bit less scary if for no other reason than they can reliably control the character.
The game is surprisingly fun to play and features a huge roster of characters. The modding and customization in the game are pretty extensive, too. With a controller, Brawlhalla turns into a proper competitive game that can't be matched with lackluster touch controls. It's one of those mobile games with controller support that almost requires the player to use a gamepad.
Dead Cells is a roguelike RPG with a gorgeous, vibrant art style and rewarding, yet punishing, gameplay. It requires the player to have precise movements and quick reactions to a number of factors throughout a run, which is extremely tough with simplistic touch controls.
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