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Zup, controllers used to play on Android? 9 years 8 months ago #190301

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Zup is it possible to use bluetooth controllers to play DF on Android in the near future?

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Zup, controllers used to play on Android? 9 years 8 months ago #192474

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It is possible, I'm not a developer and I don't know the specifics but I looked into using a ps3 controller with my android tablet and spoke with a game developer.I know there are several pilots here who would love to use a bluetooth or game type controller. he looked at dogfight and said he was surprised that echoboom hasn't already made that option available considering the number of downloads dogfight has had(million or more?). He also said that all a developer has to do is "map" it out and is relatively easy to do. but,again,I'm sure Zuperman and his team have back logs of things to do. We need to be persistent and hopeful!
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Zup, controllers used to play on Android? 7 years 7 months ago #338777

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Rat Tat Tat! wrote: Zup is it possible to use bluetooth controllers to play DF on Android in the near future?

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Zup, controllers used to play on Android? 7 years 7 months ago #338811

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I've used a MOGA controller with df1 and dfe.

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Zup, controllers used to play on Android? 7 years 7 months ago #338864

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Templar wrote: It is possible, I'm not a developer and I don't know the specifics but I looked into using a ps3 controller with my android tablet and spoke with a game developer.I know there are several pilots here who would love to use a bluetooth or game type controller. he looked at dogfight and said he was surprised that echoboom hasn't already made that option available considering the number of downloads dogfight has had(million or more?). He also said that all a developer has to do is "map" it out and is relatively easy to do. but,again,I'm sure Zuperman and his team have back logs of things to do. We need to be persistent and hopeful!
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it's been possible for years already. Now, keep in mind df1 is not updated any more so any changes on their controller drivers will not get fixed on that game. On Elite for sure it works because I use mine to play/test sometimes on my Android TV
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What controller do you use zup? I've used my MOGA but noticed that when flying homeless I had to hold pitch down to stay level. Is that normal?

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homeless? :? I guess you mean bombless... yeah that's normal it just pulls up the airplane

as for my controllers, I have several no brands ones and then the default one that comes with NVidia shield
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