New ‘Afterplace’ Update Brings In Full Controller Support With Rumble on iOS and Android Ahead of Steam Release – TouchArcade


Evan Kice’s amazing open world adventure Zelda-inspired experience Afterplace ($6.99) just got a pretty major update on iOS and Android bringing in something a lot of folks have wanted despite it playing well with touch controls. Following updates bringing in quality of life features, visual upgrades for modern iOS devices, landscape support, and more, we now have full controller support. This includes remapping buttons, rumble, UI support for controllers, 17 new secret partner conversations, and more. A new HUD scaling option is also available. These are all preparations for the upcoming Steam version of Afterplace I assume. If you’ve not gotten it yet, watch the Afterplace mobile trailer below:

You can read what Jared thinks about the game in our Game of the Week feature here and head over to our forum thread for more discussion around the game here. Check out the official website here. You can buy Afterplace on the App Store for iOS here and on Google Play for Android here. You can wishlist Afterplace on Steam here. Apple also did a feature on the design of Afterplace in an interview with Evan. Read it here. Have you played Afterplace yet on iOS or Android and what do you think about today’s update?



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