Mobile gaming is a growing trend and an increasingly larger number of gamers are relying on their mobile devices to play games. However, compared to actual game-console hard-core gaming, mobile gaming can be a little awkward. Especially with no ‘real’ buttons to go with it, you may get tired of it soon.
This is precisely the riddle that MOGA Bluetooth Android controller intends to resolve. The nifty gadget docks up neatly to an Android smartphone or tablet and comes with a fair dose of your regular gaming controls.
Created by PowerA, MOGA Android controller features two analog sticks, four face buttons and two shoulder buttons. It also contains a Bluetooth transmitter which lets you connect it wirelessly with any Android device running Gingerbread or later.
The controller comes with a companion app which is available for download in Google Play store. There are a limited few game titles that work with the controller but PowerA promises that it would be adding more titles over time. If you are really into mobile gaming, you may want to bookmark Oct 21, which is the date when this controller will launch. It will carry a price tag of $50.
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