Gamevice MFi game controller for the iPad mini unveiled

Gamevice MFi controller is made specifically to work with the iPad mini and any game supporting MFi controllers.

Published Wed, Jun 18 2014 6:00 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:16 PM CST

A new video game controller has turned up aiming not at the iPhone like most of the controllers we see, but at the iPad mini. The controller is called the Gamevice and it is an MFi controller from Wikipad. The company also makes a popular game controller for Android products.

Gamevice MFi game controller for the iPad mini unveiled |

The Gamevice will land later this year with no pricing or exact date for launch confirmed. iPad mini gamers will get two joysticks with one on each side of the tablet and a D-pad on the left side. The right side of the controller has four buttons with a pair of other buttons on each side of the controller.

Gamers also get shoulder buttons and a pair of triggers. Gamevice will be compatible with any iOS app that supports Apple MFi standards.


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