There are a lot of talented game developers who make games for mobile phones. Some of these companies are putting out excellent products but, no matter how good the software is, mobile games are hobbled by the touch-screen interface on Android and iOS phones. “No buttons” usually means “No fun”. Some gadget companies have tried to get around this problem by making stick-on joysticks and thumbpads that clamp onto the phone, but these gimmicks rarely work. The MOGA control pad aims to give mobile games the same degree of control found in a console gamepad and, based on some hands-on play with it at PAX Prime, the MOGA seems to deliver on this aspiration. Continue Reading.
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