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  • [ VIDEO ] iControlPad in Action


    ZodTTD and his band of merry men have been working on the iControlPad (D-pad and more for your iPhone) for a few months short of a year now. Today he published a video of the thing in action, playing quake4iphone.

    Back in December you saw news that they'd started production. The project is still jailbreak only - no official Apple support means this is currently something you'll be using with your ZodTTD apps mostly - quake4iphone, gpSPhone, genesis4iphone, etc. The iControlPad guys are also releasing all the necessary info for any devs who would like to add support for the iControlPad in their own apps. Again - jailbreak only right now, but who knows what Apple may approve if this proves to be a success in the jailbreak community.

    thanks chi_towner1 for the tip
    This article was originally published in forum thread: [ VIDEO ] iControlPad in Action started by Kyle Matthews View original post
    Comments 25 Comments
    1. hotsammysliz's Avatar
      hotsammysliz -
      this looks sooo awesome!... if i didnt get DS for christmas this would definitely be my next investment
    1. hustlersjr's Avatar
      hustlersjr -
      Cant wait. and there saying less then 30 dollars. what a steal
    1. Je5's Avatar
      Je5 -
      I cant wait for this..although we have been waiting almost a year for them to develop a product to actually sell...
      I wonder if they will ever sell them..!!???
    1. sziklassy's Avatar
      sziklassy -
      This would be cool if not for the fact that the only time I would ever want to play games on my phone is when I am out. Not sure I would want to carry around the phone AND the control pad on my everyday treks. If that were the case, I could just take a PSP or something along. While at home, I have tons of BETTER things to play anyhow :P
    1. equlizer's Avatar
      equlizer -
      Honestly, id rather have the original idea of just pluggin in a SNES gamepad.

      Does anyone have a way to replicate that?