Gamevice is a controller that helps you play mobile games without the hassle of pairing or charging anything. Once in, the Gamevice has a vice grip on your phone and after that, all you have to worry about is how you’re going to get Rayman to clear that jump.
It’s a pretty simple idea that makes a big difference in my gameplay. Personally, I need that sensory input when I play a game and feeling the pushing of the button or moving the up/down keys makes me feel like I’ve actually done the action.
Weight wise, it kind of feels like the Nintendo Switch in my hands (with the bonus of the buttons actually being where your fingers expect them… but that’s another rant for another post).
To see a complete list of games compatible with the Gamevice, download Gamevice’s free app or do a quick search on their website.
Minecrafters will like the new Minecraft bundle that includes the Gamevice, Gamevice protective case, and a copy of Minecraft for iOS ($89.95). Gamevice has other bundles which include game customized stickers for Street Fighter and The Walking Dead.
Gamevice is available on Amazon for $79.95 and at select retailers nationwide.
Disclaimer: GeekMom was sent a review sample.
1 thought on “Gamevice – Making Mobile Gaming Easier On The Hands”
I suppose the device is meant to be used with a specific model of smartphone (?)
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