MOGA game controller. Maybe more accurately, they were not actually having a sale, but instead just giving controllers away. And giving them away with a free copy of Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour. The deal was simply, 'buy' a MOGA controller and get the game for the price of shipping. Anyway, following up on that offer, MOGA has come forward with details on which games are compatible.
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Gameloft's brand new Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour is also free. All you must do is pay for shipping and handling. Awesome right?
one Android gaming controller today wasn't enough, Green Throttle Games has revealed its new Atlas controller. Like the other Android controllers before it, the Atlas looks to solve the problem of touchscreen controls in mobile gaming, but there are a few little quirks that make the Atlas stand out. For one, Green Throttle Games is actually making some first-party titles that will be compatible with the Atlas, so there will be at least a few Atlas-enhanced games ready to go from the start.
filling that void by releasing their own mobile wireless gamepads (and even devices with physical buttons), but today SteelSeries announced a unique controller of their own that looks pretty stunning.
Nexus 7 with that powerful NVIDIA quad-core processor and all those HD games but sometimes wish they had an easy way to use a game controller? There's a few different gamepads available and Archos has their own idea in mind, but the folks from Instructables have made this awesome homemade gamepad controller and stand using a PS3/Xbox controller -- and it is awesome.
N.O.V.A. 3. That's what makes the Xperia PLAY popular despite mid-range hardware, and why so much energy is expended on getting existing controllers to work with Android. MOGA isn't the first controller we've seen specifically for Android, but it does appear to be one of the best thought-out around, and it already works with games from Gameloft, Sega and others.
Sony Ericsson XPERIA Play has been the only real solution for those who crave hardware controls. But the dearth of physical controls may be at an end, thanks to gaming accessory company SteelSeries. Known for their mice, mousepads and keyboards, the company is branching out into Android with its Ion Bluetooth controller. A few others have tried, but the Ion looks like the best option yet for serious gaming.
XPERIA Play, you can use Bluetooth mods like a Wii Remote. If you've got an original DROID or a similar QWERTY phony you can try a Game Gripper. But Gametel's Android-specific controller looks to be the first self-contained game controller designed for Android, and Tech Radar got their digits on it for a quick hands-on.
Ice Cream Sandwich SDK, some industrious developers discovered support for direct input game controllers via USB. That means your next Android smartphone or tablet (or even your current one, given a timely update) might be able to support PC or Xbox 360 controllers for your favorite games.