50 missions. Ok, that's a point well taken .
For the most part, Android devices can use most game controllers either via USB (though you will probably need an adapter to convert to micro USB to plug it in.) or Bluetooth. Similarly keyboards can be connected to android devices as well and are supported. So at the very least the PC version controls should work on Android devices, even if that means the majority of those devices can't make use of it. Touch screen controls on the other hand would be a bit different and would need some thought. usually you'd have a zone that acts like a thumbstick on one side and your other hand would tap an onscreen button or area to fire and so on. I haven't seen many games make use of the accelerometer in a long while but does allow you a more nuanced flight control at the expense of having your screen be moving around while you try and play.So, the main issue with an eventual Android build is that I have no idea what the controls should be - just a running demo, like what I have here, is no problem, tho.