List of games that support touchscreen

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This is a manual list of games believed to support touchscreen.

Sega Pico Emulation[edit]

Tiger Emulation[edit]

Arcade Emulation[edit]

Nintendo DS Emulation[edit]

Game State Notes
Ace Attorney Native support. Touch screen controls can be used to navigate through the entire game.[1]
Art Academy Native support.[2]
Bomberman Land Touch! Native support.[2]
Brain Age Native support. The stylus is necessary for all of these mini-games as the player completes problems.[1]
Chrono Trigger Native support.[3]
Elite Beat Agent Native support. Rythm game.[1]
Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon Native support.[2]
Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective Native support.[3]
Hotel Dusk: Room 215 Native support.[3]
Inazuma Eleven Native support.[2]
Inazuma Eleven 2 Native support.[2]
Inazuma Eleven 3 Native support.[2]
Infinite Space Native support.[3]
Knights in the Nightmare Native support.[3]
Kirby: Canvas Curse Native support. Game leans into Kirby’s spherical shape and is a title that's entirely controlled by the DS' stylus and touch screen.[1]
Kirby: Mass Attack Native support. Game also makes prevalent touch screen use, too.[1]
Mario vs. Donkey Kong Native support.[2]
Metroid Prime Hunters Remixes Native support. Metroid Prime Hunters uses the touch screen as a new way to control the player’s view, as well as aim weapons.[1]
Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors Native support.[2]
Ninja Gaiden: Dragon Sword Native support. Dragon Sword uses the stylus for every action in the game, except for blocking, which is done by pressing any of the DS’ buttons.[1]
Nintendogs Native support. There are many different ways to take care of and play with this virtual pet, but they all make clever and personal use of the stylus and touch screen controls. There’s just something extra special about actually touching a dog’s head on the screen and them then reacting from being pet.[1]
Ōkamiden Native support.[2]
Picross DS Native support.[2]
Planet Puzzle League Native support.[2]
Professor Layton and the Curious Village Native support.[2]
Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box Native support.[2]
Professor Layton and the Unwound Future Native support.[2]
Professor Layton and the Last Specter Native support.[2]
Rhythm Heaven Native support. Rythm game.[1]
Scribblenauts Native support.[2]
Star Wars: Republic Heroes Native support.[2]
Super Scribblenauts Native support.[2]
The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass Native support. Makes prevalent use of the handheld’s stylus and touch controls.[1]
The Legend Of Zelda: Spirit Tracks Native support. Makes prevalent use of the handheld’s stylus and touch controls.[1]
The World Ends with You Native support. You use the stylus for all your attack on the lower screen and the d-pad for your attack on the other screen[2]
Touchmaster Native support.[2]
Touchmaster 2 Native support.[2]
Touchmaster 3 Native support.[2]
Touchmaster: Connect Native support.[2]
Trauma Center: Under the Knife Native support. Game that’s played entirely through touch controls, where precision is paramount. The player must suture up wounds, repair blood vessels, remove tumors, and so much more all through rapid stylus gameplay.[1]
WarioWare: Touched Native support. WarioWare: Touched makes sure to show off stylus and touch screen gameplay in a way that’s beneficial for the evolution of WarioWare.[1]

Android Emulation[edit]

iOS Emulation[edit]

Nintendo 3DS Emulation[edit]

Game State Notes
Animal Crossing: Puzzle League Native support.[2]
Art Academy: Lessons for Everyone! Native support.[2]
Crimson Shroud Native support. You can play it with or without the stylus.[2]
Crosswords Plus Native support. You can play it with or without the stylus.[2]
Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends of the Titan Native support. For map making on the lower screen.[2]
Inazuma Eleven 1-2-3: Endou Mamoru's Legend Native support.[2]
Kid Icarus: Uprising Native support.[2]
Layton's Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires' Conspiracy Native support.[2]
Liberation Maiden Native support.[2]
Mario and Donkey Kong Native support.[2]
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies Native support.[2]
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice Native support.[2]
Picross 3D: Round 2 Native support.[2]
Pocket Card Jockey Native support.[3]
Pokémon Shuffle Native support.[3]
Pokémon Sun and Moon Native support.[3]
Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Native support.[2]
Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy Native support.[2]
Scribblenauts Unlimited Native support.[2]
Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure Native support.[2]
Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Native support.[2]
Tomodachi Life Native support.[2]
Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward Native support.[2]
Zero Time Dilemma Native support.[2]

PlayStation Vita Emulation[edit]

Game State Notes
Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention Native support. Touch: camera.[4]
DJMax Technika Tune Native support.[5]
Escape Plan Native support.[4]
Fat Princess: Piece of Cake Native support.[5]
Frobisher Says! Native support.[4]
Fruit Ninja Native support.[5]
Gunhouse Native support.[5]
Gravity Rush Native support. Uses it for the Gravity Slide move.[5]
Jacob Jones and the Bigfoot Mystery Native support.[5]
Killzone: Mercenary Native support. Uses it for melee kills.[5]
LittleBigPlanet Native support. Has plenty of story and community levels that utilize the touch screen. You can even build your own touch based levels although the editor is pretty complex and takes time to learn.[5]
Lumines Native support.[4]
Men's Room Mayhem Native support.[5]
Monsterbag Native support.[5]
Persona 4 Golden Native support. Brings up the TV Menu.[5]
Plants vs. Zombies Native support.[5]
Rayman Origins Native support. Uses it to find relics.[5]
Smart as... Native support.[5]
Street Fighter X Tekken Native support. Uses it for quicker combo.[5]
Surge Deluxe Native support.[6]
Superbeat: Xonic Native support. You can use the touchscreen instead of the face buttons to play.[5]
Taco Master Native support.[5]
Tearaway Native support.[5]
Touch My Katamari Native support.[5]
Treasures of Montezuma Blitz Native support.[6]
Uncharted: Golden Abyss Native support. Uses it in some fights and for cleaning stuff.[5]
Ys: Memories of Celceta Native support. The menus can all be driven by the touchscreen in addition to the controller buttons. It may seem minor but it makes navigation more efficient. You can drag the map around, etc.[5]

Nintendo Wii U Emulation[edit]

Game State Notes
Affordable Space Adventures Native support. Controling dashborads.[7]
Batman Arkham City Armored Edition Native support. Equipment management and hacking.[7]
Deus Ex Human Revolution Director's Cut Native support. Navigating map. Equipment management and hacking.[7]
Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water Native support. Moving camera.[7]
Madden NFL 13 Native support. Drawing tactics.[7]
Nintendo Land Native support. Aiming from bow. Throwing shurikens.[7]
Star Fox Guard Native support. Switching between cameras.[7]
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD Native support. Equipment management.[7]
Wii Party U Native support. Controling minigames.[7]
Zombi U Native support. Navigating map. Equipment management.[7]

Nintendo Switch Emulation[edit]

Game State Notes
2048 Battles Native support.[8]
Ace Attorney Native support.[8]
Anthill Native support.[8]
Bad North Native support.[8]
Battleship Native support.[8]
Bayonetta 1 Native support.[8]
Bayonetta 2 Native support.[8]
Block-a-pix Deluxe Native support.[8]
Broken Age Native support.[8]
Burly Men at Sea Native support.[8]
Bury Me, My Love Native support.[8]
Civilization VI With the plethora of menus, rich gameplay, and detailed interface, responsive touch screen controls prove quite useful here.[9]
Coffee Talk Native support.[8]
Conduct TOGETHER! Native support.[8]
Cook Serve Delicious 2 Native support.[8]
Crashlands Native support.[8]
Crush Your Enemies Native support.[8]
Cytus Native support.[8]
Dandara Native support.[8]
Dandy Dungeon Native support.[8]
Darkest Dungeon Native support.[8]
Darkside Detective Native support.[8]
Deemo Native support.[8]
Ding Dong XL Native support.[8]
Donut County Native support.[8]
Dr Kawashima's Brain Training Native support.[8]
Gorogoa Native support.[8]
Eternal : the card game Native support.[8]
Fredric Native support.[8]
Gems of War Native support.[8]
Hook Native support.[8]
Human Resource Machine Native support.[8]
Ironcast Native support.[8]
Kentucky Route Zero Native support.[8]
Little Inferno Native support.[8]
Machinarium Native support.[8]
Mars Power Industries Native support.[8]
Minimetro Native support.[8]
MUSYNX The best feature of MUSYNX is its Guitar Hero-esque gameplay can be completely controlled by touching a 4-to-6 button interface on-screen.[9]
Oxenfree Native support.[8]
Path of Giants Native support.[8]
Pic-a-Pix Deluxe Native support.[8]
Pic-a-Pix Pieces Native support.[8]
Piczle Lines DX Native support.[8]
Piczle Lines DX: 500 more pizzles Native support.[8]
Pinball FX3 Native support.[8]
Pokemon Quest Native support.[8]
Puzzle Quest Native support.[8]
Puzzle and Dragons Native support.[8]
Rayman Legends Definitive Edition Plaer can help guide Murfy by moving around objects and collecting Lums.[9]
Severed Severed has you partake in a colorful, cartoony adventure in which you move about a 3D space, slicing and dicing with simple swipes of the touch screen.[9]
Shadow Bug Native support.[8]
Slay the Spire Native support.[8]
Spellkeeper Puzzles: shuffling and clicking on different points of a grid.[9]
Steamworld Heist Native support.[8]
Super Mario Maker 2 Designing levels by touch.[9]
Sushi Striker Native support.[8]
Swap This! Native support.[8]
Terraria Player can utilize a zoom feature - both on the map, and in-game - to hone in on the action and help work around Switch's relatively small screen.[9]
The Banner Saga Native support.[8]
The Banner Saga 2 Native support.[8]
The Banner Saga 3 Native support.[8]
The House of Davinci Native support.[8]
The Red Strings Club Native support.[8]
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Interactions with GUI.
The World Ends With You: Final Remix As Neku, you'll be traversing urban settings and taking out some colorful baddies by tapping and swiping the screen in various ways to different cues.[9]
Thimbleweed Park Native support.[8]
This is the Police Native support.[8]
Voez Voez tosses colored notes at you in shifting sequences, which you can tap and hold by simply touching your screen.[9]
West of Loathing Native support.[8]
World Of Goo Dragging the blobs of goo around and assembling gooey structures.[9]

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