Get 20% Off The Phonejoy Mobile Gamer Bundle

The quality of mobile gaming is pretty awesome nowadays…apart from the ever-terrible touchscreen controls. One solution is Phonejoy — a joypad for your phone that actually works. Kotaku readers can grab one for 20% off + free shipping.

The two halves split to fit pretty much any phone up to Galaxy Note size, offering an Xbox-like layout of two joysticks, a D-pad, four action buttons and four shoulder buttons, with solid build quality. While it's mostly aimed at Android — 300 games are supported on Google's OS — it also works with iCade on iOS, and can be folded into a normal Bluetooth gamepad for desktop, tablet and OUYA gaming. Plus, it has a respectable eight hours of battery life.

The Phonejoy currently has 21% off and free shipping (for a total of $75), via the link. Scroll down for the specs…

>> Get 21% off the Phonejoy mobile gamepad

Features…

  • Pocket sized and a battery life of up to 8 hours
  • Nearly 300 supported games on Android
  • Full precision controls – dual analog thumbsticks, four shoulder buttons, a D-pad, and four action buttons
  • Three modes: Bluetooth HID Gamepad (Android 4.0+/Windows/Mac), TV/Navigation (Google TV/OUYA/MHL), and iCade (iPhone/iPad)

Compatibility…

  • Android 4.0 or higher
  • iOS 4.3 or higher (compatible through iCade, device NOT MFi-certified)
  • Mac OS 10.4 or higher & Windows XP or higher
  • Bluetooth 2.1+ capable device – see all supported devices HERE

And the specs…

  • Weight: 180 g
  • Charging via USB to computer system or power adapter
  • Play time: Up to 8 hours

Get 20% Off The Phonejoy Mobile Gamer Bundle

This price includes a one year replacement warranty and shipping (please check that your country is included on the product page). All sales are final. The link holds all the extra info…

>> Get 21% off the Phonejoy mobile gamepad

Get 20% Off The Phonejoy Mobile Gamer Bundle

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Written by Mark Myerson


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