If you, like us, are counting down the days for the official launch of the Nintendo Switch on March 2 - which our fellow Urban Technicians are running a raffle for - this is what you're going to love today. This is GameVice, a comprehensive controls on your iPad or iPhone that will allow you to play the entire catalog of iOS games but emulating the Switch experience .
And it is that like the last of Nintendo, GameVice shares the analog mode and the physical distribution of the controls. In addition, these controls are powered by the battery of your iOS device , so they do not require a separate charge of their own battery and, if that were not enough, have a built-in 3.5mm jack output if you require them on your iPhone 7 or IPhone 7 Plus.
It is true that many users are engaged in playing through their iOS devices in dead times - while on the subway to class, on the bus ... - so they may throw away these alternatives, but no doubt these pads will improve your experience. Game on iOS and GameVice wants you to take them with you wherever you go.
The controls are divided into two halves, each integrated in the bottom of your iPhone or iPad and due to their power through the Lightning, are very light due to lacking Bluetooth or battery technology . So you can simply store them in your backpack and take them anywhere, as they will always be ready to play.
Whether you have iPad or iPhone, Gamevice controls have all the necessary buttons for your arsenal of video games : a menu button, two analog sticks, a d-pad, four action buttons, triggers and jumpers on the sides.
If you can not wait for the launch of Nintendo Switch and want them already, you know that you can buy the version for iPad Air and iPad Pro at a cost of 119 euros , while the version for iPhone 7 and iPad mini will be released on 31 January.
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