Originally Posted by dentonmyhead
@syntheticvoid Critter Escape has 2 control schemes. Default is the pause-n-play line drawing, because it's a little easier to pick up. But you can switch to the virtual d-pad in the settings menu. It gives you a much more responsive and visceral experience, and it's also fully iCade compatible.
yes, i know. I've been unable to play with the line drawing, because... well... the game moves too fast for it to really be comfortable...
and the 'd-pad' is what I was talking about when I said that "This current control scheme is a little finicky" - so hopefully a static joystick can be added in a future update.