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Pathfinder Adventures supports iPAD 3 and up. 

 

While you may be able to play with older devices there are potential issues that can arise.  You also might have a better experience if you turn off "Effects" from the Setting menu.

 

This is a quick list of devices we have tested on:

 

Runs well:

iPad 4th Gen

iPad Air 2

iPad Pro

Galaxy Tab 3 Pro

Galaxy Tab A 8.0

Lenovo A10-70F

 

Runs poorly:

Asus ZenPad S 8.0

Asus Nexus 7

iPad Mini 1st Gen

RCA Voyager 7

Viking Pro

 

Tested Externally with no reported issues:

HTC Nexus 9

Nexus 7 2013

Nexus 10

Galaxy Tab 2 7.0

Galaxy Tab 2 10.1

Galaxy Tab 3 7.0

Galaxy Tab 3 8.0

Galaxy Tab 3 10.1

Galaxy Tab 4 7.0

Galaxy Tab 4 8.0

Galaxy Tab 4 10.1

Galaxy Tab S

Galaxy Tab S 8.4

Xperia Tablet Z

Xperia Z3 Tablet

T-Mobile Springboard

Nokia N1

Pantech Element

Asus MeMo Pad FHD10

Asus MeMo Pad HD7

iPad Mini 4

iPad Mini

iPad Air

iPad Retina 4th Gen

iPad Mini Retina

iPad Pro

Dell Venue 8

Toshiba Excite 7c

Lenovo Tab 2 A8


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I am on an ipad imini first gen and having loads of crashes :-(

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I am on an ipad imini first gen and having loads of crashes :-(

I had the same issue with my iPad Mini which initially had me worried but has been running pretty smoothly on my Galaxy Note 5 with just a few of the hiccups from it currently not being optimized.



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I am on an ipad imini first gen and having loads of crashes :-(

I had the same issue with my iPad Mini which initially had me worried but has been running pretty smoothly on my Galaxy Note 5 with just a few of the hiccups from it currently not being optimized.
Bugger :-(
Loving the game, however don't know whether I can justify buying a new tablet just to play it. Will wait for the next version to decide

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The store won't sell it to me on my Asus TF101, which has Android 4.0.3, which in the requirements is listed as the minimal version :(



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Works just fine on my Galaxy S4 (a phone, not a tablet), except for tiny text and some issues with adding characters to my party (for some reason this only works when I put my phone vertically and then drag their portraits/icons; does not work at all when my phone is held horizontally).



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If we ignore the known problems with quest mode and my season pass not unlocking anything, the game works fine on my Samsung Galaxy Note 4 too, and the bigger screen ('compared to other phones like the S4 above) means that the text size is fine too for those that wonder.

 

Now I'm just waiting for a patch to fix the problems and I will be able to finally enjoy the game  :yes:



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While not a device in traditional meaning of the word I'm reporting that Bluestacks (android emulator) works well with the game. Only problems are that small card texts are barely readable (workaround - click card to make it appear big) and some drag-actions (like party builder) are not as responsible as one might hope but once you learn the right way to use them it's as good as iPad (been testing with one, don't know gen though since it's device my gf got from school and haven't bothered with research :p )

 

So if you need to play the game with PC while waiting for Steam release go ahead and try it :)


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It's rather unfortunate to find out your device is not supported after having made the purchase. Is there hope for the iPad2 to be supported? Constant crashes even with effects turned off.

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The store won't sell it to me on my Asus TF101, which has Android 4.0.3, which in the requirements is listed as the minimal version :(

 

I'd swear someone mentioned this specific tablet...  It's not the version of Android so much as the chipset.  The chip (Tegra?) doesn't support an extension used by the game until you get to the Tegra 3 chips.  (This is from memory, so I may have the specifics wrong.)



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The store won't sell it to me on my Asus TF101, which has Android 4.0.3, which in the requirements is listed as the minimal version :(

 

I'd swear someone mentioned this specific tablet...  It's not the version of Android so much as the chipset.  The chip (Tegra?) doesn't support an extension used by the game until you get to the Tegra 3 chips.  (This is from memory, so I may have the specifics wrong.)

 

 

It's the same person, and yes, your Android device's chipset must include NEON support.  Sadly, Tegra 2s do not.



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And yeah, I posted a thread about this as well, and got an answer from the developers that the Tegra 2 chipset is not supported, unfortunately.

 

So I guess I'll either wait for the PC version, get a new tablet, or round up some friends, since I have all the games and adventures as actual physical cards anyway :)



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I have been running on PC, windows 7 pro 64 bit, using Amiduos vv2.1.1 android emulatior. Has run successfully for 5 days with NO unexpected crashes.

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You will not believe it, but I'm playing in my old galaxy S, but in my galaxy S3 doesn't work, it dies when starting the game, the gallery or create the team works.

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Did you guys stop allowing DLs to phones? My buddy is trying to DL on his iPhone and it says it is not supported.

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Android phones are allowed to download the app (If they otherwise meet the requirements) but iPhones are not.


Edited by Parody, 09 May 2016 - 01:27 PM.


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Ah. Sucks to be an iPhone user.

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I am running this on my old ipad 2 with effects turned on - zero issues, runs really well...



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I am running this on my old ipad 2 with effects turned on - zero issues, runs really well...


Would love to know your secret. No luck here.
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May be the amounth of backround programs. In older device the system memory may be in very critical level. It other threats Many player has been guite sure that They Are running out of memory in Many situations. Smaller groups have been easier to handle and there has been less crashdowns with smaller amount of heroes in the croup.




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