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30 of the best Android games with controller support in 2020

30 of the best Android games with controller support in 2020

Android smartphones have long supported gamepads, and many Android games have long supported them, but that really doesn't tell the whole story when it comes to using buttons and analog sticks to play your favorite titles on the go. Individual game support for controllers can range from totally seamless to super clunky, and it's hard to tell just which titles are best suited for physical controls simply based on a Play Store listing. We've got a list of 30 we've personally tested and can confidently state work well with most Android-compatible gamepads, including everything from console-quality ports to mobile-first titles.

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PhoneJoy Play Is Another Smartphone Gamepad That Does Absolutely Nothing To Solve The Problems Of Smartphone Gamepads

PhoneJoy Play Is Another Smartphone Gamepad That Does Absolutely Nothing To Solve The Problems Of Smartphone Gamepads

Hey, have you heard? Gamepads for smartphones and tablets are a thing. A thing that is quickly becoming the Android equivalent of the many ridiculous iPhone plug-in accessories you'll find all across the web.

So, we're covering another one. It's called PhoneJoy Play. It does this:

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You can fit a phone up to the size of a One X in the PhoneJoy Play horizontally, presumably. It connects (hold your applause, please) via Bluetooth, it requires games to implement compatibility (likely through an SDK to get full, native functionality), and you can fold it up into a more compact shape for play on televisions or tablets.

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