Unless you’re playing Angry Birds, touchscreen gaming is mostly an exercise in frustration as fat fingers attempt to control tiny things on the screen. Some have been willing to overlook these shortcomings, but not I, for I knew that if we didn’t complain then controller solutions like MOGA would have never come to market.
The MOGA controller for Android is a full-featured controller resembling the design of the Xbox 360 and PS3 controllers, with dual analog sticks, two shoulder buttons, four face buttons, and a start and select button. The main difference is the arm in the middle which opens so that you can snap your phone in.
The MOGA controller is available today at most major retailers for $49.99.