BombSquad Remote 12+

Eric Froemling

Designed for iPad

    • 3.3 • 428 Ratings
    • Free



Use your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad as a wireless controller for BombSquad, an explosive arcade-style party game available on the Mac App Store and other platforms.

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

What’s New

Version 1.2.9

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

• You can now set a default player name in the app
• You can now connect to games by typing an address (in case network scanning does not work)

Ratings and Reviews

3.3 out of 5
428 Ratings

428 Ratings

TheShivestPlays ,

Kinda glitchy

The app is perfect apart from the stinking glitches. They always pop up while you are playing and then your character runs off the edge of the map. I think that a lot more people would get your app if you fixed the glitches. I hope you consider what I said. Best of luck.🍀

AlexanderFallout4 ,

Too Much Fun!

The idea of this app is that it is literally just for turning your mobile device into the handheld controller for the actual game. I downloaded the actual BombSquad game on my Mac laptop. The concept of being able to turn your phone into a wireless controller to seamlessly play a multiplayer game on your laptop is amazing. Warning: Playing for hours will destroy your thumb from running around so much, but I can't fault them for making the game too addicting!


sydney122 ,

Let me explain

I I have been a huge fan of bomb squad for years, I love this game so much especially playing with friends. But recently I have bought a mac book pro laptop, and I cannot connect my iPhone to the game, neither can my friends. I have checked my wifi connection that works and so does the game. I even uninstalled and reinstalled the game-and it still doesn't work. What I noticed with this game is that it works with a 2009 mac desktop computer. So if they can tweek it back to an older version that would be amazing.

App Privacy

The developer, Eric Froemling, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

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