Become the second mobile-enabled Stadia game.
what you need to know
- The Stadia version of Hundred Days – Brewing Simulator now features direct touch controls when playing on mobile devices.
- Direct Touch replaces the gamepad overlay with more intuitive smartphone and tablet controls, and the game adds a more mobile-friendly UI.
- Stadia users are finding that if they claim a game through Stadia Pro, they won’t be able to purchase the game and must resubscribe to the service as the only way to play the game.
100 Days of New Update – Brewing Simulator on Stadia Added direct touch controls When playing games on smartphones and tablets. It becomes the second Stadia game to support the feature since 4X strategy game Humankind launched last August.
Playing some of the best Stadia games on a mobile device without a connected controller fills the screen with a gamepad overlay to control it, which isn’t the most ideal way to play on smaller screens or games that don’t require a lot of buttons. Direct Touch controls remove overlays in favor of gestures like tap, hold, and drag.
Developer Broken Arms Games even Added setting to change UI So it is more suitable for mobile devices.The big update also adds many new game features and fixes, considering it Several updates are bundled Release for other platforms within five months.
In Unintended Consequences of Announcement, Stadia Users Find Hundred Days – Brewing Simulator Can’t buy from store If previously claimed through Stadia Pro, then end the subscription.The only way to play the game is to resubscribe, currently The only Stadia Pro game that doesn’t offer a purchase option. The developer said it will contact Google about the issue and update if possible.
Play and watch with Google TV Pack
Play and Watch with Google TV Package is the latest bundle that includes a Chromecast with Google TV and a Stadia controller, making it easy to play Stadia games on your TV.
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