06.05.13 by Jeff

GameKlip for Galaxy SIII

gameklip for galaxy sIII android phones
This is awesome! If I had an Android phone I would totally grab one of these GameKlips. It’s a simple device that allows you to connect your Playstation controller to your cell phone.

According to Swiss Miss it was invented by University of Washington student, Ryan French. He designed the product, the packaging, and the website (and does all the shipping too).

Watch the video below!

GameKlip Universal Casemount:

gameklip for android cell phones


Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.

  • Ash

    please do this for iPhone!

    • can you even get good games for iphone to make this worth it?

  • billytwix

    phonejoy play dominates this so hard

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