It’s a somewhat ugly chunk of plastic, and the game support is currently limited to just N.O.V.A, Order and Chaos Online, Modern Combat 3, Brothers in Arms 2 and Asphalt 7, but more game support is planned for the future.
Although there are plenty of iPhone and iPad games that work perfectly well with the touchscreen, those requiring traditional input methods (like, for example, first person shooters) have always taken a bit of adjusting to to get the most out of.
Hopefully this is the end of such limitations.
A stand is also included, and will retail for around $70, including much valued space in Apple’s own stores. Previous controllers like the i-Cade worked well, but didn’t offer such versatile controls.
A second device – the Duo Pinball – features flipper buttons.