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Players interact with the game using a new intuitive control system. Eschewing the typical D-pad, players swing their weapon in “Monster Hunter: Dynamic Hunting” by tapping the target with one finger. Blocks can be performed by tapping the screen with two fingers while evading is accomplished by sliding two fingers left or right. Basic movement can be accomplished by sliding a single finger, left or right. The result is an effortless control scheme that takes full advantage of the device’s touch screen.
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