Best Games to Play on Touch-Screen Devices3votes I like it
ylitvinenko says: Mouse and keyboard controls for these games can be quite clunky, but it's a breeze to play with a finger or a stylus, especially if your device have some kind of navi button. Everything works fine, from picking up items to slashing enemies.
ylitvinenko says: Much like any other point'n'click adventure game, Simon the Sorcerer plays extremely well with touch screen. Verb and item lists are always on screen, so you don't have to map the right mouse button or fiddle the pointer near screen borders.
ylitvinenko says: (Sorry, but I can review only the original version here.) Same as Beneath a Steel Sky: everything is fine, but you must became accustomed to non-touch-friendly inventory screen. Besides, you have to map the right mouse button.
ylitvinenko says: Well, you can handle this game at ease using only touch screen - all you need is map the right mouse button, as usual.
ylitvinenko says: It's another point'n'click adventure, besides, it's free! Controls are OK, because, well, this game belongs to touch-screen friendly game genre for, but item selecting can be painful if your screen is not calibrated or if you are inaccurate.
ylitvinenko says: Leisure Suit Larry 1 (VGA remake), 5 and 6 are quite comfortable to control with stylus too. Playing EGA Larrys on touch device, however, is VERY tricky and requires on-screen keyboard and using a ScummVM for obtaining mouse support.
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