Nvidia Shield, you can just use an app now, called Remotr. It will stream your game visuals over the home's Wi-Fi connection to your Android phone or tablet, letting you map whatever controls you like, with gamepad support coming down the road. Here's what you need to do:Well, if you don't have an
1.Download and install the Remotr.exe streamer software on your personal computer (Windows 7 or up required). You should see its orange icon running in the system tray like this:
2. Hook your Android gear to the same Wi-Fi network your computer is on;
2. Install the Remotr app on your Android device, and fire it up. A list of computers running the Remotr software will appear, tap the one you want to connect to:
3. At first run, Remotr will try and locate all games you have installed, then populate them in the app's game grid. This might take a while, but afterwards things will be much faster, and you should be seeing something like this:
4. All you have to do next is start having fun with the control creator, as the default touchscreen controls might not be to your liking - a car game differs from complex strategies, after all. Remotr comes bundled with presets for many popular games like Diablo III, League of Legends, racing simulators, and so on, so you can start using it on the spot. The developers promise gamepad support and the ability to stream over a mobile data connection, so keep your eyes peeled for those.