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Gamevice makes your iPhone a gaming powerhouse

You can get the Gamevice controller in iPhone, iPad mini, and iPad Air sizes, and the plastic construction doesn’t feel out of step with Apple’s anodized aesthetic. It offers four action buttons, a D-Pad, dual analog joysticks, and four front-triggers just like you favorite console controller. It connects to your iPhone with a Lightning connector, and recharges its 400mAh battery via microUSB. And it weighs about one-third of a pound, minimizing fatigue during epic sessions.

It ain’t cheap at $100, especially since you could always, you know, just use the on-screen controls. And you run the risk that the iPhone 7 expected this fall won’t fit. It’s compatible with at over 800 games, which means it’s not compatible with many, many more games. You’ll want to download the Gamevice Live app first to make sure your favorites are on there.