Nintendo Switch Vertical Case Helps Play Arcade Classics Easily

Posted: Jun 22 2018, 10:45am CDT | by , in Technology News


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Nintendo Switch Vertical Case Helps Play Arcade Classics Easily
  • A New Designed Gadget Allows to Play Games on Nintendo Switch in Vertical Mode

With the help of a new gadget, Nintendo Switch gamers will be able to play arcade games in the vertical mode on the console

There are a lot of games on Nintendo Switch that have been announced for Nintendo Switch that are playable in vertical mode.

These games include some new games as well as the old Nintendo arcade games which are better to play in the vertical mode and they are offered as such on the console in the horizontal mode. There are two black strips on the side which minimize the screen space and can be irritating.

Taking that in view, Fangamer has designed a new accessory headed by their engineer, Mike Choi collaborating with Jeremy Parish, called The Flip Grip. Nintendo screen can be fitted vertically in the Flip Grip while the Joy Cons fit on the side.

Flip Grip is a single piece of ABS plastic with cutouts that leave the game card, SD slot and headphone jack exposed when the console is fully inserted. They have ensured that the holder design ensures that it allows full ventilation of air through it.

One of the other steps that they have taken to ensure that the heat does not accumulate is to cover the charging port and power button. That way you could not charge the device when playing it in the Flip Grip.

Presently they are being retailed for $15 if it meets its $42,500 goal on Kickstarter. Flip Grip is expected to begin shipping in November if they reach their campaign goals. Mass production is also expected.

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