It works better on a tablet.Hi, Welcome,
I haven't actually, I moved from Android to a Windows 10 (mobile) a couple of months ago.
It has a smaller range of software but the quality tends to be better than on the Android marketplace.
I haven't regretted it for a moment.
This looks quite appealing but I don't have the time to mess on with them at the moment:
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/a ... blggh3szfq
They always need images and configuring and playing on with before you can actually play on with them.
What games do you find yourself playing on the move? Do you find that some lend themselves particularly well to tablet/phone?
My problem is the screen size and lack of immersion, limited object count that the mobile CPUs and graphics can handle and the lack of handles and controls to take control of the whole thing.
Sometimes you just need a good keyboard and mouse to feel attached to the whole thing.
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