Long story short, I am exporting a very simple touch game as a HTML5 Website (it will eventually be integrated with FB), which works lovely on desktop and iOS.
However, having tested it on my own Nokia Lumia 800 (Windows Phone), I'm finding that despite the engine working flawlessly and running incredibly smoothly, I am getting zero responsiveness on any touch controls.
I've tried all of the different touch control types, and even simple click controls, in case the phone wasn't registering the touches, but that doesn't seem to make any difference.
Have any of you come across an issue like this before, perhaps with any other Windows Phones?
To save anybody any effort in reading this, the long and short of it is Windows 7 Phones appear to have around a 0.5 second delay in touch controls for Construct's HTML5 games. This has been tested with exports as Windows 8 Apps as well as HTML 5 sites, and tested on a physical phone as well as the Microsoft WebMatrix Windows 7 Phone emulator program, and produced the same results all round. Thanks to another helpful tester, it would seem that Windows 8 phones don't suffer the same lag on touch response.