The following article covers general and interface issues specific to the iOS and AppleTV version of Skylanders SuperChargers. “Interface Issues” refers to the game’s on-screen controls. For help with physical controls or controllers, please see the Skylanders SuperChargers for iOS and AppleTV Hardware FAQ.
Skylanders SuperChargers requires at least 4.1 GB of free space in order to install. After installation however, the game will only require 2.9GB of free space on your iOS device.
This is a rare issue that comes up when you return to your device’s desktop multiple times in rapid succession. It may also occur when using another application. To avoid this, try to avoid using other applications or returning to the desktop when playing Skylanders SuperChargers.
No. Split-screen is not supported in the iOS or AppleTV versions of the game.
If you are being prompted to purchase the game, do the following:
Nothing. The game’s screen input controls have been redesigned to never require more than two inputs at the same time.
Nothing. When put to sleep or locked in standby mode for a while, the device will attempt to free up unused memory by shutting down the application. To avoid this, don’t keep the device sleeping for an extended period of time while playing the game.
Skylanders SuperChargers automatically defaults to saving on the iCloud if the system is logged in. To choose to use a local save file instead of the iCloud save, simply shut down the application and log out of the iCloud.
This is an issue specific to older versions of iOS. Upgrading your device to iOS 8.4 or better should resolve this issue.
This is a rare issue that only comes up while using the on-screen touch controls. To avoid this, use a Bluetooth Low-energy controller or a third-party controller to access menus or leave a game. If you are only using the on-screen touch controls and you want to leave the game, you’ll need to shut down the application and restart it.