Gamevice will be flanking a landscape-orientated iPad mini with the usual allocation of buttons and toggles either side.
The official support for third-party gaming controllers was first revealed by Apple when it announced the iOS 7 and from that day onwards, we have seen many manufacturers trying to offer what we may refer to as the modern looking joypads. Though were took the announcement of the Made for iPhone accessories with full grace, yet this whole thing didn’t quite turn out the way Apple had been anticipating it in mind. But the boost is now going to be brought by Wikipad’s new Gamevice effort for the iPad mini.
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When we think of mobile gaming, there could be no better option than the iPad mini which gives us a sizeable enough display along with the much needed portability. But there is one thing that the iPad falls short of when it comes to gaming; the touch based controls are quite difficult to put to use. this is what Gamevice is here to fix. The issue is going to be resolved by flanking a landscape-orientated iPad mini with the usual allocation of buttons and toggles either side.
At the E3 we saw a bunch of hand controllers announced for the iOS and we might be thinking that the market has already become saturated with these products, yet there still isn’t one particular which has dominated the sales. With the Gamevice however, the iPad mini will be turned into an augmented Game Boy Advance. There are thumb toggles on either side of the Gamevice and the left-hand side also enjoyes the benefits of a traditional d-pad.