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<p>Earlier this year, Focus Home Interactive brought their simulation title MudRunner over to iOS and Android. Since then the publisher and developer have frequently updated the game with numerous pieces of DLC, with the most recent launching just a week ago.</p><p>Today the game has received another update but this time around it'll be more of a quality of life change for those who aren't fans of touch controls. Now you'll be able to navigate your way through muddy terrain using either PlayStation 4 or Xbox One Controller.<p>????Controller support has arrived on MudRunner Mobile!????Play on the go with the precise control you need to conquer the mud.iOS: https://t.co/n4j7jR8wPRAndroid: https://t.co/vgphLAAuTd pic.twitter.com/EKP1YSnyKY— SnowRunner (@PlaySnowRunner) December 1, 2020To make use of this new feature you'll need to have an iOS device that has iOS 13 or later whilst Android users will need to have Android 4.0 as a minimum. From there you'll be able to connect a controller to your phone the same way you might any other Bluetooth device and through using the different pairing modes on either controller.</p>Best iOS games with controller support<p>If you're unfamiliar with MudRunner, it's an off-roading simulator where you'll look to make your way across tricky to navigate landscape through natural hazards such as mud and strong rivers that will make life more difficult.</p><p>There are a plethora of different vehicles to select from, with each having its own stats and different uses. So not only will you be battling your way through a frankly obscene amount of mud, you'll want to make sure you're taking the right equipment for the job you're undertaking.</p><p>MudRunner Mobile is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a premium title that costs $5.99 with additional in-app purchases for the various pieces of DLC.</p>Prefer to drive vehicles quickly around a track? Here are 25 of the best racing games available for iPhone and iPad
<p>In case you didn’t know, the Angry Birds studio Rovio has a publishing side, and their latest game to hit mobile is Sky Punks.</p><p>Sky Punks is an autorunner where you race stylish cartoon kids and animals on hoverboards.</p><p>The typical three-lane system is in place.</p><p>You move side to side to dodge obstacles, collect coins, and grab power-ups.</p><p>There’s also a racing mode that lets you go up against other characters on the same three lanes.</p><p>Sky Punks is developed by Fathom Interactive.</p><p>It contains free to play elements like an energy system and purchasable in-game currency used to buy more features.</p><p>Download Sky Punks for free on the App Store or Google Play.</p>
<p>Vainglory isn't stopping its constant stream of update as proven by the recently released version 1.18. In it, you'll find a new hero called Lance that wields a huge sword and can attack in a wide area but is slow and uses endurance to power his skills.</p><p>Check out his skills below:
<p>Double Pug Switch is a casual platformer from developer The Polygon Loft that's available now for iOS and Android alongside consoles and PC. It initially launched mid-way through October but any game with a dimension shifting pug as its main character can't go unmentioned.</p><p>The Polygon Loft have aimed to find that fine line that a lot of mobile developers strive for between simple controls but a genuinely tough challenge. The movement will be handled by the titular pug itself whilst players will have to jump, hop and dimension swap their way through the game's levels.</p><p>Not too much in the way of controls then, you'll just need to make sure your timing is impeccable to avoid getting stuck on a spike or some other unpleasant hazard. But aside from leaping from one platform to the next, you'll need to dimension swap too. This can be used to jump on platforms that aren't in your current dimension or avoid traps that would otherwise see the adorable pup meet an unfortunate end.</p>
<p>Back in July we were super stoked to see Motorsport Manager 2 arrives on iOS and it's equally exciting to see that the game has just popped up on Android.</p><p><p>Update on March 24th at 09:47: Bar Oasis 2: Aftertaste 1 is now available on the App Store for £2.99. If you don't want to shell out some cash right now, a lite version is available.</p><p>I don't think there's anything more I can do to convince you here but I know I'll be going back to Bar Oasis tonight.</p><p>I've already professed my love for Bar Oasis here. As its a unique weird game that was only possible on smart devices, it's really appealing to me. Its story, atmosphere and music makes it a really engrossing experience.</p><p>Bar Oasis 2 told its best story yet and I couldn't wait fore more. It took a while though but it was finally announced that a sort of sequel would be released soon.</p><p>Well, we now know that Bar Oasis 2: Aftertaste 1 is coming on March 24th. Continuing from where you left off in Bar Oasis 2, it will be feature new characters and is set during the recent repression.</p><p>The name makes me think that there's more planned before an eventual Bar Oasis 3 but we'll have to wait and see on that front. You can already buy Aftertaste's music here.</p><p>If you haven't already checked the game, the first one is free right now on iOS. (Update: No longer free on March 24th).</p><p>Bar Oasis 2: Aftertaste 1 is coming on March 24th on iOS as a premium app for £3.99. An Android version is coming later this year.</p>
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