100 Android Games with Bluetooth Gamepads



All games were played on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (SM-N910A)

Two gamepads were used.

When possible, the “SteelSeries Free” was used.

For games that required two additional trigger buttons (L2, R2), the “SteelSeries Stratus XL for Windows + Android” was used.

In the video, an image of the controller in use is displayed along with each game.

This video does not include any games that specifically require MOGA brand controllers.

Games were chosen based on having good gamepad support, and on whether or not they were at least decent games in the first place. The games range from “decent” to “excellent” quality. No complete stinkers here.

The full list of games along with time stamps is as follows:

These games were played with the SteelSeries Free:
1. Age of Zombies 0:04
2. Alpha Wave 0:09
3. Always Sometimes Monsters 0:14
4. Another World 0:19
5. Badland 0:24
6. The Bard’s Tale 0:29
7. Beach Buggy Racing 0:34
8. Bomb Squad 0:39
9. Burn Zombie Burn 0:44
10. Canabalt HD 0:49
11. Clarc 0:54
12. Cordy 2 0:59
13. Cordy 1:04
14. Dark Incursion 1:09
15. Dead Trigger 2 1:14
16. Dead Trigger 1:19
17. Ducktales: Remastered 1:24
18. Dungeon Hunter 4 1:29
19. Dungeon Hunter 5 1:34
20. Dungeon Quest 1:39
21. Dynamite Jack 1:44
22. Eternity Warriors 2 1:49
23. ExZeus 2 1:54
24. FIFA 16 1:59
25. Flyhunter Origins 2:04
26. Geometry Wars 2:09
27. Giana Sisters 2:14
28. Goat Simulator 2:19
29. Grand Theft Auto 3 2:24
30. Grand Theft Auto: Vice City 2:29
31. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas 2:34
32. Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars 2:39
33. Groundskeeper 2 2:44
34. GT Racing 2 2:49
35. Gunman Clive 2:54
36. Gunslugs 2:59
37. Gunslugs 2 3:04
38. Haunt the House: Terrortown 3:09
39. Heroes of Loot 3:14
40. INC: The Beginning 3:19
41. Ittle Dew 3:24
42. Jet Car Stunts 2 3:29
43. LEGO Batman: Beyond Gotham 3:34
44. LEGO Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin 3:39
45. LEGO Star Wars: TCS (The Complete Saga) 3:44
46. Leo’s Fortune 3:49
47. Limbo 3:54
48. Magic Rampage 3:59
49. Marvel Pinball 4:04
50. Meganoid 4:09
51. Meganoid 2 4:14
52. Meltdown 4:19
53. Metal Slug 3 4:24
54. MiniSquadron! 4:29
55. Muffin Knight 4:34
56. NBA Jam 4:39
57. Neon Shadow 4:44
58. Oscura: Second Shadow 4:49
59. Pac-Man CE DX 4:54
60. R-TYPE 4:59
61. Raiden Legacy 5:04
62. Real Racing 3 5:09
63. Reaper 5:14
64. Reckless Racing 5:19
65. Repulze 5:24
66. Riptide GP2 5:29
67. SHADOWGUN 5:34
68. Sine Mora 5:39
69. Snowboard Party 5:44
70. Sonic the Hedgehog 2 5:49
71. Sonic 4: Episode II 5:54
72. Sonic CD 5:59
73. Sonic Racing Transformed 6:04
74. Souldcalibur 6:09
75. Space Marshals 6:14
76. Star Horizon 6:19
77. Stardash 6:24
78. Sword of Xolan 6:29
79. Table Top Racing 6:34
80. Tales from the Borderlands 6:39
81. Tank Riders 2 6:44
82. T.E.C. 3001 6:49
83. The Cave 6:54
84. Tiny Keep 6:59
85. Tomb Raider I 7:04
86. Trouserheart 7:09
87. UNKILLED 7:14
88. Valiant Hearts: The Great War 7:19
89. Virtua Tennis Challenge 7:24
90. VVVVVV 7:29
91. Wayward Souls 7:34
92. Xenowerk 7:39

These games were played with the SteelSeries Stratus XL for Windows + Android:
93. Heroes and Castles 2 7:44
94. Max Payne Mobile 7:49
95. Modern Combat 5: Blackout 7:54
96. Octodad: Dadliest Catch 7:59
97. Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee 8:04
98. Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath 8:09
99. Respawnables 8:14
100. Sky Gamblers: Storm Riders 8:19

This video is intended to help anyone that may be looking for a game on Android that supports bluetooth gamepads – and without the need for rooting the phone.

This is not a video intended to go in depth on any of the games – which is why the clips of gameplay are very short. They are intended to give a quick look at what the game is like. If one is interested in a particular game they discover from this video, they can go to the Google Play Store and check it out.

If you are looking for games to play on Android with a bluetooth gamepad, then I hope you found this video useful.

Thanks for watching!

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BONUS:
If you know of any other games that you feel offer good gamepad support on Android (which don’t specifically require MOGA branded controllers), let me know in the comments. Perhaps I’ll make another video like this, or at least I will try to list them in this description below here.

27 thoughts on “100 Android Games with Bluetooth Gamepads”

  1. What the hell is your problem with Moga controllers ? Have you ever used one. They happen to be well built controllers. Oh I know why you hate them . There compatible with too many games. Ya the hell with them ,they suck for working with all the cool games like NFS Most Wanted. Stop being a hater and buy one

  2. Here's a honourable mention

    -Minecraft
    -Escapists 2
    -Terraria
    -Call of duty mobile(online)
    -JoJos bizzare adventure Hftf (PS1 game use a PS1 emulator)
    -Modern combat 3 and 4

  3. nice recommendations no music that makes us annoyed and the preview of the game is not so freking long, just recommend that give us some details like for example online/offline and free or not😄 btw goood videoo

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