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GameCase Gives iOS Gamers More Control

Apps supporting the GameCase are in the works

Sep 20 2013, 9:54am CDT | by

GameCase Gives iOS Gamers More Control
GameCase

One of the biggest downsides to playing video games on the iPhone or iPad are the onscreen controls for a lot of gamers. The new product called the GameCase controller has been unveiled and it gives iPhone and iPad users actual video game controls that look like something you would find on a game console.

The GameCase is designed to work with iOS 7 devices and supports Apple MFi controller framework. The right side of the device is the gamer shoulder buttons, five analog buttons, and an analog joystick. The left side features shoulder buttons, d-pad, and an analog joystick.

The product developers say that they're working with game developers to build games specifically made to work with the GameCase. It seemed indicate that not every app will work with this controller. There's no word on pricing or potential launch date at this time.

 
 
 

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