May 28, 2015 11:00 AM | John Bridgman
Mobile game controls can be hit or miss, and when they're brought over to PC, they usually need some sort of adjustment to keep them engaging. Most of the time, implementing more traditional controls is a requirement, and yet it can also manage to be a stumbling point. Controls that worked okay on mobile might not translate well into keyboard and mouse setups, and that can hamper what should be a fun experience for players. Brooklyn Gamery's new title for Android and PC, Prism Shell, is doing something different in regards to its control scheme by trying to have a system in place that works consistently through whatever device you play on.