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8-Bitty Controller

If you're into retro gaming emulation, then you're going to love the 8-bitty. Based on classic retro gaming design, the 8-bitty incorporates modern technology, like Bluetooth, to bring retro gaming feel to modern tablets and smartphone.
Product Features:
  • Classic retro-styled game controller fits in your pocket and works with iPhone & iPad
  • 8 button control including 4 face buttons, select, start, and two shoulder buttons... plus the D-Pad for movement
  • Wireless Bluetooth® connection with auto power save mode
  • Mini version of larger size iCade cabinet invented and designed by ThinkGeek
  • Fully compatible with all iCade games
  • Completely open development platform. App developers can add support for iCade with no permission needed from Apple or ThinkGeek. (See links for code examples below).
  • "Atari Greatest Hits" iPad App ready to go with the iCADE, including support for over 100 classic Atari games.
  • Atari App comes with Missile Command for free, other games available for in-app purchase. 3-game packs are $1. All 100 games are $14.99
  • Compatible with iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch. Android support for most tablets and smartphones.
NOTE: Atari Greatest Hits only runs on iPad, not on iPhone or iPod touch.
Requires 2 x AAA batteries
Order and pricing information available here...

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