BombSquad Remote


Now available for Android as well via Google Play or the Amazon Appstore!

Use your iOS or Android device as a wireless controller for BombSquad, an explosive arcade-style party game available for Mac and OUYA.

BombSquad Remote can be used in either joystick or tilt mode, and up to 8 devices can connect to a single BombSquad game simultaneously.

For questions, comments, and bug reports, email support@froemling.net or check out the BombSquad facebook page.

29 Responses to BombSquad Remote

  1. Me says:

    Are you going to put BombSquad Remote on Andriod?

  2. Matthew says:

    Any plans to release an Android remote app? Would be very useful…

  3. Sheng says:

    Android need!

  4. Laith Alissa says:

    I think a networked controller would be good so people can use their keyboard controls instead of sharing input on one device. But I ain’t complaining. Good job Eric.

  5. Greg says:

    FULL IPHONE BOMBSQUAD!!!

  6. Brian says:

    how to use the iphone remote?
    My mac opens the game and both are in the same wifi network,
    but the iphone still says “searching for game” all the time….

    • Jono says:

      Try making a network from your mac and connecting your iphone to it..
      I had the same problem and that worked.

      • Jero says:

        Tried that as well, no problem with connecting. Still no control . . :(

        • Eric says:

          Hmm that may mean you have a firewall or some other security software preventing data from getting through. You could try disabling stuff like that on your router and see if that helps. Another thing worth trying is creating a network directly on your mac (“Create Network…” under the airport menu) and connecting your iOS device directly to that. It’s kind of tedious, but one upside is that data will be going straight to your Mac so your latency should be really low.

  7. Mark says:

    I am not able to get the remote to display the controls. I have an iphone 5 and am running v. 1.3.1 of bombsquad. It says searching for games and then I start the app and it finds my computer and displays the name, but does not show any controls. I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling, rebooting each device and creating a network and connecting directly to that. None of that shows the controls on the remote app. What am I missing?

  8. jQb says:

    ANDROID controller app needed!
    Pls do it!

    And by the way – awesome game.
    But we can’t play it in multiplayer…because there is no android controller ;)

  9. Tom says:

    You guys recently updated the app so that it only works on iOS5 now, so can you send me a download link to the version of the app that works with iOS4.2.1 because my iPod is a second gen and cannot update to iOS5. Other than that great game!

    • Eric says:

      Sorry for the slow response, but I just submitted an update to the iOS remote which *should* run on iOS4 again.. it should be out in the next week or so. I don’t actually own any iOS4 devices to test on but hopefully it works for you…

  10. Tony says:

    I wish the Android version of your remote functioned the same as the iphone version. At least it should have a fixed joystick. The floating one is extremely annoying and makes playing the game impossible.

  11. emilio says:

    hello again! i tried the Android remote last night, and it works quite well. in some cases, it’s a bit superior to the hardware remote in that button combos and sequences are a little easier on the touch screen.

    but… running. i sorta figured it out, but unless i’m doing something terribly wrong it’s not really a feasible control scheme for me. as far as i can tell, you just tap somewhere off the button rose to run, but you also tap one of the buttons. i’d much prefer if the directional pad had a second ring (optionally?) out the outside that you pushed the “joystick” in to to run in that direction. it might cause inadvertent running until you get used to it, but i’d take that over the awkward running now.

  12. JJUC5 says:

    Cannot for the life of me get the wifi to work across multiple devices. 2 android devices and 1 iOS to use them as additional controllers for the ouya bombsquad game. I have disabled all firewall settings and filter blocks and the apps cannot detect any active bombsquad games and/or during the waiting for local players phase.

    They are all connected to the same wifi router network.

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  14. Max says:

    Make available for IBM computers

  15. aMATHOer says:

    Dear Eric,
    i really enjoy your game and instantly bought it for my OUYA, as well as an additional Character. :) It is a great Game, but i switched through the settings and there is one thing that confuses me: I found the graphics section in the settings, but there is no possibility to switch to high or even very high settings. I guess thats because the OUYA hasn’t got such a great graphic power(slow tegra :(…)? So i continued trying to push the Game to my Android Phone. It didn’t went well…. In fact it didn’t even start. Are you going to release the game for android phones as well? Because i really would like it to play this game on my phone. Because the OUYA gamepad can be connected to the Phone as well, i think it would be great fun :)
    I would be happy if you would text me back.
    Greetings from Germany!
    Yours sincerely
    aMATHOer

    • Eric says:

      Glad you like the game!
      The OUYA version won’t run on standard Android hardware as it requires some OUYA-specific libraries.. but I’m working on a general android version too that I plan on releasing. Email me at support@froemling.net if you’d like to try out a beta version.

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