PowerA MOGA Extreme Mobile Gaming

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The mobile gaming industry has been plagued with pesky touch screen controls, unreliable virtual joysticks, and incompatibility issues between third party accessories and mobile gaming controllers with a huge selection of mobile software. PowerA vows to change all these with the introduction of the MOGA controller. The MOGA (Mobile Gaming) controller is said to be compatible with Android handsets and tablets wherein wireless connection is made possible by Bluetooth. The whole ensemble includes dual analog sticks, four button layout, and two mounted triggers on the top. The controller easily secures itself to a connected handset because of its uniquely designed and fully integrated foldout stand. It’s even possible to connect to any Android supported tablets without the stand and take advantage of a larger screen size. At present, there are a total of 14 games that are compatible with the MOGA. These include Sonic CD, Painkiller: Purgatory HD, Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation, Six Guns, and Duke Nukem 3D. PowerA MOGA is bundled with ‘MOGA Pivot.’ It’s an exclusive app and should work well with Google Play. To gain an optimum controller experience, the app is designed to list compatible games, update the required software, scan Android apps for compatibility check, and install the correct control profile. The controller is priced at $49.99 (BHD 20) and is up in stores on the 21st of October. For a limited period, gamers can have two free games such as PacMan and Sonic CD with every purchase. Future releases will include games from Remedy Entertainment, Atari, and Gameloft.

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