Moga Pro Hands-On Power A brings console controls to smartphones and tablets.

The mobile games market may have began its meteoric rise with casual swipe and tap titles, but as smartphone and tablet hardware has advanced, a new category of immersive 3D games has emerged. Games like Dead Trigger and Modern Combat 4 are pushing the limits of what mobile devices are capable of, and while classifying them as "console quality" would be disingenuous, the gap is certainly narrowing. But these graphically rich experiences are outgrowing the limitations of the touchscreen gaming, leading companies like Power A to develop an alternative. Last year, it introduced the Moga — a compact controller that clipped onto Android devices, effectively turning smartphones into a Nintendo DS-style handheld.

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