Another update has arrived for Retro Bowl, bringing in bluetooth controller support. Currently available now in beta, players can use PlayStation 4, Xbox One or any other bluetooth enabled controllers in the game.
For gamepad controls, the right stick is used to aim a throw (much like the touch screen). R-trigger to throw or L-trigger to run the QB. It can be tricky depending on the feel of the analogue stick but this is just a first pass – might add some assistance in at a later date.
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The new update also reduces drops, fixed the quarterback sneak and leveling up bug.