Blacknut hands on – “Could be the solution for mobile & desktop cloud streaming”

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Blacknut isn’t new to cloud gaming, but they’ll be one of the first streaming platforms to make it to iOS. We’ve been sampling their 500+ games on the small screen to see exactly how it holds up.
Gaming, and the way that we game, is constantly changing. Microsactions, free-to-play and subscription services are all things that have become integral to the expanding games industry, and we already know that the use of The Cloud, in streaming and gaming, is likely to be the next widely adopted technology. Blacknut isn’t new to the scene, they’ve been doing it for years, but in a short while (tentatively, early May) they’ll be coming to iPhone and iPad.

Either way, they’ve managed it. I’ve played a selection of the 500+ games available on the service using my phone and a Bluetooth controller. I used an Xbox One controller to connect up to Blacknut, and managed to play a few of the games, streaming them with no problem to my iPhone 11 Pro Max. At the time of writing, about 70-80% of the games on the service can be played on iOS, which certainly isn’t bad.
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