Moga Makes Its First Licensed iPhone Game Controller

Moga Makes Its First Licensed iPhone Game ControllerImage Via: MOGA

Now iPhone users can get the feel of console gaming from Moga's new Ace Power controller. Serious mobile gamers or players who miss the control surfaces of traditional consoles can use their iOS 7 or later phone with this handy portable game-enhancing machine.

Moga has previously created these Xbox type controllers for Android devices but is now selling its new Ace Power controller through Apple for $99.99. The Ace Power is compatible with iPhone 5s, 5c and iPod touch running iOS 7 or later.

The controller collapses when not in use to easily fit into a pocket. It also doesn’t require Bluetooth, as do many Android controllers, since it connects directly into the iPhone's Lighting port. The Ace Power also acts a secondary charger, powering up the iPhone when it's docked.

"Moga controllers were built for real gaming by real gamers," said Eric Bensussen, President and Co-Founder of PowerA. "We're excited to deliver Moga Ace Power to iPhone and iPod touch users in time for the holidays and have them experience the precision, console-style controls that promise to revolutionize the gaming experience on these devices."

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