Some games are natively designed to be played with a touchscreen, while other titles may not have the resources to add support for physical controllers.
The Virtual Controller Mode feature is available now, but it currently only supports the Android version of the clamp-on controller, not the iOS model.
Despite most smartphones packing processors that can easily outperform what’s included in many modern handheld gaming consoles, the types of games that can be enjoyed on a mobile device are severely limited by their now nearly complete lack of buttons.
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