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10 iOS games that are 10 times better with an MFi controller

Did you invest in a new MFi game controller only to find that just a fraction of the games on the App Store support it? Or maybe you have a Logitech PowerShell, SteelSeries Stratus, or MOGA Ace Power on your wish list, but just don't know if the gaming payoff is worth it. Worry not, there are...

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Logitech releases PowerShell Controller + Battery for iPhone/iPod Touch gaming

Gaming is huge on iOS devices. How huge? According to research done by Logitech, 87 percent of all iPhone and iPod touch users play games. The accessory manufacturer today released the PowerShell Controller + Battery (US$99.99), a game controller that encases an iPhone 5/5s or fifth-generation...

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Prototype Logitech MFi game controller pics surface on web

During last week's WWDC 2013 keynote address, support for MFi -- Made For iPhone / iPad / iPod -- game controllers at the iOS SDK level was quickly noted on one slide. Since that time, TUAW has discussed why this is so important to not only game developers, but Apple as a whole since a combination...

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Atari planning its own iOS controller? (Updated: Yes!)

Atari may be looking to capitalize on the success of the iCade gaming cabinet with its own joystick controller for the iPad. The gaming company recently updated its Greatest Hits iOS app to support the not-yet-announced Atari Arcade Duo Powered joystick. The gaming accessory has a slot for the...

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Fling adds a joystick to your iPad

The Fling tactile game controller is a real joystick that attaches to your iPad so you can instinctively feel what you're doing with your thumb and increase your accuracy. Xbox and PlayStation controllers taught console gamers to use a left thumb joystick for movement or aiming. Action games...

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Joypad turns your iPhone into wireless video game controller

Do you love playing classic games via emulators on your Mac but hate using the keyboard to control those 8-bit heroes? Joypad is just what you've been waiting for. The simple app lets you use your iPod touch or iPhone as a classic joystick controller for game emulators on your Mac. To use it,...

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