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Best iPad Games with Keyboard and Mouse Support in 2022 – From Total War to Divinity and Pascal’s Wager – TouchArcade

While I’m spending more time playing iOS games with a controller thanks to the amazing Backbone One and Razer Kishi V2 for iPhone, I’ve noticed many premium games and some of the most popular titles delivering updates to bring keyboard and keyboard support to iPadOS gamers mouse gameplay to give . Some of the games included here are my favorites on the platform, and I’ve compiled a list of the best games for iPad to play with a keyboard and mouse. This list is in no particular order and covers a mix of ports and original games. I also wanted to thank Feral Interactive for the amount of options they give players. They appear multiple times in this capacity considering what games they bring to mobile platforms.

ROME: Total War$9.99 The Rome: Total War Collection brings the base Rome total war Game and both expansions together in a single premium bundle. It’s totally worth your time if you’re new to this genre or want an awesome conversion of classic PC games for iPad. This is a game I prefer to play with touch controls, but Feral Interactive has added full keyboard and mouse support to make it more accessible to those who have previously played it on PC, or anyone new to it want to play input method on iPad.

Total War: MEDIEVAL II$14.99 Just like Rome: Total War Collection Feral Interactive brought another classic from the franchise to iOS and iPadOS as a universal game Total War Medieval II and recently the Medieval II: Total War Kingdoms Extension. Both came to iPad this year and the conversion is superb. Read my review of the base game here and the expansion here. It offers full keyboard and mouse control support and is well worth your time and money even at full price.

Foreigners: Isolation$14.99

Foreigners: Isolation is arguably one of the biggest AAA games to hit iOS in recent years, and it has the best conversion we’ve seen for a major console game like this. While Feral Interactive typically adds multiple control options for their games on iOS, Foreigners: Isolation went above and beyond, supporting not only touch controls but also full keyboard and mouse support in addition to full controller support. Foreigners: Isolation for iOS is the best portable version of the game and a must-have if you’re a fan of the genre and want to try something on your iPad with keyboard and mouse support.

XCOM 2 Collection$19.99 Another conversion from Feral Interactive joins the list XCOM 2 Collection. I had a lot of problems with XCOM 2 Base game before, but it’s a great experience on iOS and PC right now. This XCOM 2 Collection is a steal at its asking price and supports full keyboard and mouse gameplay if you’re not a fan of touch controls. I hope we continue to get conversions of this quality on iOS from Feral Interactive for years to come. Just make sure you have a supported device because XCOM 2 Collection is more demanding than usual.

Company of Heroes$13.99 The last Feral Interactive release to make the list is one of my favorite iPad games of all time. Company of Heroes is so good on the iPad that I’m having a hard time going back to the PC version. It offers full keyboard and mouse support along with great touch controls. I am confident that all the amazing work is being done Company of Heroes Looking and playing this good on modern displays will lead to a PC remaster, but that’s for another day. Make sure you get the DLC with the base game as well. It is also available here in the complete bundle for new purchases. Existing owners can purchase the DLC through in-app purchases.

Pascal’s bet$6.99

Pascal’s bet was one of the first games to gain keyboard and mouse support on iPadOS. Not only does it play great with a controller, but it’s also been perfectly adapted for keyboard and mouse control. The premium soulslike has seen a lot of post-launch support through free and paid content, and it’s one of those games that you must play if you’re looking for something to play with a keyboard and mouse on iPadOS.

terrariums$4.99

terrariums is another one of those huge games available on every platform. It plays very well with touch controls but shines with a controller on the iPhone. On the iPad, it’s best played with a controller or keyboard and mouse. If you haven’t played terrariums However, the iOS version is also much cheaper than on consoles. It’s also updated more frequently than it was a few years ago when it lagged behind other versions.

Minecraft$6.99

Minecraft is similar to terrariums as it is a game available on all consoles and pc but Minecraft is actually much better on iOS than on consoles. A recent update brought full keyboard and mouse support, making it the most versatile version of the game. while I like to play Minecraft With a controller on the iPhone, there’s no denying how much better it is with a keyboard and mouse. All possible input methods and the most stable portable version of the game are available to you on the iPad.

baby you are$6.99 Looking through my collection of iOS games to test out the good ones with keyboard and mouse input, I came across baby you are. I adore baby you are. Read my review of the iOS version here. baby you are is a very simple game when it comes to its controls and it’s fully playable with keyboard and mouse on iPad. If you haven’t got it yet, you’re missing out on one of the best puzzle games of all time.

Divinity – original sin 2$24.99 The last game featured here is awesome and massive Divinity: original sin 2 by Larian Studios, which came to the iPad via Elverils. Divinity: original sin 2 was one of the games I was most looking forward to on the iPad, and it delivered spades. If you have a modern iPad, you can play Divinity: original sin 2 with touch, controller or full keyboard and mouse support. The interface changes depending on your input method. I hope Divinity: original sin 2 did well enough to get us an iPad version of the original game that was previously teased.

While this list obviously doesn’t cover every single game on iOS with keyboard and mouse support, these are my picks for the best ones to play in 2022. If you have some suggestions for more games worth recommending to anyone who has recently purchased an iPad, let us know in the comments below. I’m excited to see how developers continue to add support for keyboard and mouse input to the iPad, and to see what other big games come to the platform in the near future. I’m still waiting for Nobody’s heaven hopefully arrive before the end of the year.

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