ZodTTD has working proof that its iControlPad is able to control your ranger in quake4iphone, which is an indicator that we’re extremely near to a commercial release. The future looks bright for this peripheral – it is pretty much inevitable that most of your favorite ZodTTD apps will be able to be played via tactile controls, and this controller goodness will even spill over to other developers as they learn to take advantage of the easy-to-implement source code. Do you think the iControlPad has the potential to be one of the hottest accessories for the iPod touch and iPhone platforms, or will it be a niche product instead?
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