Do You Want to Play Diablo III on Your IPad
Do you wanna play Diablo III on your ipad? Well, it's seems like not so possible at present. Diablo III is a PC and Mac exclusive, but thanks diablo 3 gold to remote desktop software, you can easily take the game with you on an iPad if you want.
I said "if you want” because the framerates of Diablo III on iPad aren't as good as they are on a fast PC, but the app has no problem keeping up with the action. The software's easy to set up, too. Just download and install the desktop software first, and set a security code when prompted. Then, open up the iPad app and connect to your locally-networked PC using the same security code.
Before you can start playing diablo 3 gold on the iPad, you'll need to change the game's display setting to "Full screen Windowed," as pictured in the options menu here:
Once you're in the game, tap with two fingers on the screen to use track pad-style controls instead of point-and-click. The cursor will switch to a traditional white arrow instead of the game's stylized cursor, but at least this way you can control it from any point on the screen, and your fingers won’t block the action. The left and right mouse buttons are on the bottom of the screen, so you can tap them with your thumbs.
Diablo III offers keyboard shortcuts for certain actions, but on the iPad it’s easier to just click on the buttons along the bottom diablo iii gold of the screen. Still, if you need to type something, you can bring up the keyboard in Splash top by hitting the button in the bottom-right corner (pictured here).
But once you're in, you'll be able to take diablo places where your high-powered desktop PC can't go–such as in the living room with your spouse, who doesn't want you hunched in front of a desk all night. So thanks for the tip to Michael "Brainy Gamer" Abbott, who on Twitter expressed my diablo 3 gold sentiments exactly: "I don't own a laptop capable of running D3, so this option is a marriage-preserver."