Our options for mobile gaming were rather limited in the past. The Nintendo DS and the Sony PSP were the main consoles for hand-held gaming, but the arrival of touchscreen phones changed all of that. While the new games we play on phones may not be as in-depth as the older handheld console versions, they are still a lot of fun to play, with some limitations.
The main problem is the fact that the screen can be a bit too small to be able to see the action, what with your fingers on the screen trying to control your character. This is where the ROAM Mobile OS Game Controller comes in. It works with Android 2.2 and higher, Bluetooth, and iOS, and sports a D-pad, analog sticks, two shoulder triggers, and four action buttons. There are four game modes, a keyboard, mouse, game pad, and iOS mode that will be at your disposal, and it will all cost $40. However, it won’t be available until the holiday season of this year.