infinityfieldInfinity Field HD, a space shooter from Forzefield Studios, has been updated with extensive Joypad support. Joypad is a separate app that allows gamers to control supported games on an iPad or Mac from their iPhone, turning it into a wireless virtual controller with a configurable set of buttons.

Infinity Field HD is the first app to include multiplayer Joypad support, allowing two players to play the game in co-op multiplayer mode on one iPad while controlling it from two iPhones, as shown in this video:


iOS developers have been pushing the boundaries of what's possible on Apple's gaming platform. Last year, Firemint used AirPlay to project a game on a television via an AppleTV, and used an iPad as a second screen to control the game.

Infinity Field is available for the iPhone or the iPad, for $0.99 or $1.99 respectively on the App Store. Joypad is free, while Joypad Elite is $11.99 and includes a number of skins from classic console controllers. Select skins are available via in-app purchase from the main Joypad app, as well.

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ssdeg7 Avatar
158 months ago
Fifa 12 has had that for quite a while, it's not the first one!
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ArtOfWarfare Avatar
158 months ago
iOS developers have been pushing the boundaries of what's possible on Apple's gaming platform. Earlier this year, Firemint used AirPlay to project a game on a television via an AppleTV, and used an iPad as a second screen to control the game.

*Last year
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
neroroxxx Avatar
158 months ago
this would be great if you could instal games on the AppleTV that run on the appleTV but are controlled with an iPhone or iPad, i think games like scrabble, yatzee, monopoly (just to name a few) would be great if they ran that way rather than with the lag of airplay mirroring
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jhead95 Avatar
158 months ago
Pretty sure 'Gamepad' for FIFA 12 was out before this...
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jlgolson Avatar
158 months ago
*Last year
Whoops.
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