Engadget reports that the MOGA is releasing their Pro game controller on the 15th of April, and that the Bluetooth accessory will cost only $50.
The company has just announced an SDK for Windows Phone which allows developers to make their games controller-enabled, meaning the games can be played without touching the screen.
Unfortunately this means the controller will only work with games which are enabled by developers – on Android this includes game such as Duke Nukem 3D, Virtua Tennis Challenge and Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II, suggesting we could see some big name titles making the investment worthwhile.
Would our readers be willing to shell out $50? Let us know below.
See a video of the accessory in action after the break.
Thanks Chuck for the tip.