G-Pad Gameboy Controller for iPhone

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

The iPhone is capable of just about anything, and its abilities only continue to grow by the day. While many of the games available on the iPhone are pretty fun to play, nothing compares to playing the classic Game Boy tiles with the G-Pad.

The device is really quite simple, but still ingenious at the same time. It’s a silicone constructed sleeve that slides right over your iPhone’s touchscreen buttons, giving you a physical, durable D-pad to mash buttons on the go. It’s also extremely lightweight, so you can keep it in your pocket for subway and bus ride gaming sessions. The sleeve was designed by the guys at AJD, and they’re working on both a version for your iPhone 5 and iPad Mini. The project was just introduced on IndieGoGo, and they are looking for your support to make this simple device a household gadget for casual gamers. [Purchase]

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