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Top 5 Android Games with Controller Support

With the recent release of the Samsung Galaxy S10 (and the Stratus Duo obviously), it’s never been a better time to game on Android. Here are our top 5 favorite games for Android that are compatible with Bluetooth controllers


Fortnite (duh)

Fortnite on Android

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While we await the inevitable mobile release of Apex Legends, Fortnite Mobile is still an awesome Battle Royale option on Android. It’s incredibly well optimized and happens to work flawlessly with Bluetooth controllers! Who says you can’t have a console-level experience while you’re sitting on the train?

Evoland 2

Evoland 2 on Android

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The Evoland games are a fun celebration of the evolution of RPGs. Your adventure starts in a 16-bit style and from there explores how RPGs have evolved. As you progress, the graphics and gameplay continually change into more modern styles. You can also pick up your progress on Android TV!

Riptide GP: Renegade

Riptide GP: Renegade on Android

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Riptide GP: Renegade is a fast-paced jet ski racing game reminiscent of games like Jet Moto or Wave Race 64. There’s an in-depth progression system, story mode and the computer players are actually really challenging. A must-have title if you’re into racing games.

Modern Combat 5 Blackout

Modern Combat 5 Blackout on Android

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Modern Combat 5 Blackout is the closest you can get to having Call of Duty on your Android phone. The graphics are sharp and multiplayer is definitely easier while using a controller. If you’re looking for a non-Battle Royale shooter, this is it.

Final Fantasy Series

Final Fantasy on Android

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We’re not going to start a war by telling you which Final Fantasy is the best in the series. Thankfully, Square Enix has ported a huge amount of its library to mobile devices. Most of the early Final Fantasy games are here, Chrono Trigger, and even Final Fantasy Tactics – with most of these featuring full controller support. If you love the old school Square games, mobile is a great way to dive back in.

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