Subscribe to this page now.

ThinkGeek shipping 8-Bitty retro wireless game controller

10/19, 7:20am

ThinkGeek now shipping 8-Bitty wireless gaming pad for iOS, Android

ThinkGeek is now shipping the 8-Bitty retro wireless game controller for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. First introduced at the American International Toy Fair in February, the device is now shipping for $30, slightly higher than its previously promised $25 starting point. The device is compatible with both iOS and most Android devices, connecting over Bluetooth.

more

iCade Mobile released, adds buttons to iPhone gaming

06/04, 5:59am

Gaming cradle puts iPhone into portrait and landscape oritentation

Ion Audio has released the iCade Mobile controller for iPhone and iPod Touch. Following on from controllers that turn iPhones and iPads into miniature arcade cabinets, the iCade Mobile adds buttons extra buttons to the iPhone, turning it into a traditional handheld gaming device similar to the Sega Game Gear or the PlayStation Vita.

more

ThinkGeek's iCade 8-Bitty brings NES gamepad feel to iOS

02/13, 12:00pm

ThinkGeek unveils iCade 8-Bitty at Toy Fair

ThinkGeek picked the American International Toy Fair to bring out the iCade 8-Bitty, a much more portable alternative to the iCade cabinet. The wireless iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch gamepad is conspicuously styled like (though not identical to) the original NES controller with four face buttons, Select and Start, although it also has two shoulder buttons. It works with the same iCade-friendly titles, such as Atari's Greatest Hits, as well as any others wanting to use the freely available support.

more

Atari Arcade Duo Powered joystick to cater to iPad 2 gamers

09/05, 6:15pm

Atari Arcade Duo Powered joystick escapes in code

A quiet update to Atari's Greatest Hits app has revealed early details of just the second retro arcade gaming stick for the iPad to arrive in earnest. The Atari Arcade Duo Powered stick, which gets support in the update, recreates the analog buttons and feel similar to the iCade but exchanges some of its vintage feel for more flexibility. Instead of recreating a cabinet, it represents a simpler joystick and dock combo that lets players more freely swap out the iPad and isn't as focused on the original iPad design.

more

Electronista Sponsor

Electronista Newsletter

Free Technology and Gadgets Newsletter

  • We will not share your email address with anyone.

    toggle

    Most Popular

    Sponsor

    Recent Reviews

    Crucial MX100 256GB SATA-3 SSD

    While the price-per-gigabyte ratio for magnetic platter-based hard drives can't be beat, the speed that a SSD brings to the table for ...

    Narrative Clip

    With the advent of social media technology, people have been searching for new ways to share the events of their daily lives -- be it ...

    Blue's Mikey Digital

    Blue Microphones, a company that makes some of the most popular digital USB microphones among podcasters and musicians, has for some t ...

    Sponsor

    toggle

    Most Commented

     
    toggle

    Popular News