“The salient pairing of portability of a tab and the related gaming control of Xbox 360 gamepad makes the Surface unique” said Kazdal, Creative Director of 17-Bit. Microsoft is publishing 17-Bit’s game Skulls of the Shogun, a strategy game set in an animated version of feudal Japan, for Windows 8, Xbox 360 and Windows Phone late this year.
No sooner did Microsoft unleash its Surface tab at an event in Los Angeles, 17-Bit rushed to proclaim that it is under development on a Surface version of the game illustrated above.
As said by Kazdal, the game supports both the versions of Surface —Windows 8-compatible Pro and the ARM processor version and the Intel-powered
Kazdal seems excited about playing games on tablet with an Xbox 360 controller. He also mentioned that Skulls for Surface will combine with three distinct, discrete control schemes.
The controls are quite handy and one can play with mouse, laptop, keyboard, touchscreen and iPad. The game depends on turn-based system, hence the action part is not that intense. So it’s not going to cost you as much as the glass-based interface system.
Kazdal finally said that he prefers using MAC than the Windows Laptops.