After trying a good handful of current games from the apple store and them not being supported I have decided now is not the right time to invest any money or time into it so have decided to return the Nimbus for a refund. I knew there would be a lack of games but didn't realise the whole experience would feel so lacking in general.
I will keep coming to these forums though....
Some great posts here, I have since been and bought the Nimbus and it seems to work great for all of the Lego games I've tested o far. The only one I seem to be having some issues with is Lego Worlds, this is using Moonlight from steam pc but when using a Xbox one controller direct to the pc it works great (this isn't related to the L3 and R3 buttons).
I've yet to try any FPS games or any that use the L3 and R3 buttons because I've been busy on my xb1. One thing I'm not happy about, which is one of the main reasons I bought the Nimbus, is Crossy Roads on the iPad Air 2 doesn't work. I've tried uninstalling it and reinstalling but no joy, I'm not impressed and neither is my 6 year old son, we thought it would work with Apple showcasing it on the new Apple TV. I will put my hands up though and say I haven't looked into it much and could be a easy fix.
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I'm new here but been a lurker for some time now, it's a great site!
I've been waiting for the Nimbus to surface and it's now available from Apple here in the UK however I have noticed Moonlight is now also available from the app store which leaves me with some questions.
Will the Nimbus work well with steam through Moonlight? does it need to use the anolog click buttons to work correctly? I can't remember if steam games use the anolog click at all, I have been using my Xbox one controller with the PC and play mostly FPS games.