If you like a little gaming on your Android smartphone, but miss the input and control you get with a console controller, this handy SNES controller hack might be worth a look.
The hack has been created by Bruno Soares, who wanted a little more control over the games he plays on his HTC Desire HD. The hack consists of a SNES controller, an Arduino processor, a Bluetooth radio, which is required to send commands to the phone, and a custom driver written by Bruno to put the pieces together.
Watch a video of the SNES Controller Android device after the jump, to see it in action.
SNES games can now be played with the help of an emulator, using an original SNES controller. Once setup there should be no more excuses, if you miss a critical jump or shot. Take a look and our article on Android vs iPhone to see which smartphone and mobile platform is best for you.
Source : Ubergizmo
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