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Joystick-IT

02/11/13  |  Posted by Reid Jacobs  |  Posted in Digital Canvas - Apps & Accessories

Joystick-IT, designed by the brilliant minds at Think Geek, gives you the ability to play any directional based game with a classic arcade feel! Joystick-IT is a sleek stainless steel joystick with a screen contact area about the size of a quarter and stands about two inches off your screen. It attaches to the screen of your iPad or iPad Mini via a small suction cup. Joystick-It works wonderfully for games that do not have varied run/walk speeds and is probably not the best option to use on an iPhone or iPod. Joysticks were mainly designed to play classic arcade games and third person role playing games. Joystick-IT also has the ability to work in pairs! Some games have two directional pads. Normally there is one for looking around and one for moving you through the gaming environment. You can purchase two Joysticks, at $10.99 each, and use them simultaneously without them conflicting with one another. The next time you are looking to take a break from your artwork to play a game, give Joystick-IT a try and find out how much more interactive your game experience will be!

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