What do we have here then. Looks like it isn't just our iOS loving friends that get to have all the retro gaming fun. Following on from the colossal success of the iCade iPad cabinet, ThinkGeek have pulled the wraps off the latest concoction -- the iCade 8-Bitty. Only this time, the Android crowd gets to play as well.
The retro-styled controller can be paired via Bluetooth to any Android device. It should be compatible with an array of game titles and as it is a completely open platform, building in compatibility is a simple task for game developers. Costing a very reasonable $24.99, this one is sure to be a hit. The only downside -- for now we don't have any kind of release date.
Source: ThinkGeek via iMore
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