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A new concept proposes to turn the iPhone into an NES command

It is not new that with the already successful success of iOS devices in the video game market several companies have decided to focus exclusively on this facet of Apple products. Although the following news does not present a product, it offers an interesting concept that will love the lovers of the games and especially those who have grown up with titles like Contra, Tetris, and Super Mario: an accessory that turns the iPhone into an NES command.
Conceived by designer Fabio Basile and published in his Dribble account, this accessory still does not have an official name, it is still a new concept proposes to turn the iPhone into an NES command

It is not new that with the already successful success of iOS devices in the video game market several companies have decided to focus exclusively on this facet of Apple products. Although the following news does not present a product, it offers an interesting concept that will love the lovers of the games and especially those who have grown up with titles like Contra, Tetris, and Super Mario: an accessory that turns the iPhone into an NES command.
Conceived by designer Fabio Basile and published in his Dribble account, this accessory still does not have an official name, it is still a concept. As described by its author, one of the things that detest most of the games presented in iOS are the virtual or digital controls that appear on the screen. That is, Basile hates not being able to “physically” control the characters in video games so he has thought of the following idea. Basically, this accessory consists of control divided into two parts: one of them, the one corresponding to the directional buttons, is connected through the headphone jack on the top of the Apple device and the second, that of the button’s action, it is connected through the30-pin connector located at the bottom.
I reiterate this interesting accessory is still a concept. Even so, the designer is considering making it happen and is exploring the possibilities of starting a Kickstarter project:
“My ideal accessory for the iPhone! 
I hate digital buttons, this will be an immediate purchase! Shall we start a fundraiser on Kickstarter? 🙂 ”
Toparme with this accessory, with this concept, reminds me of my first contact with iOS video games. I remember that at the time I also felt a strange sensation, perhaps not very pleasant, when controlling the characters with a digital control: somehow I felt disconnected and missed the textures and the reliefs in my fingers. If this concept ever sees the light, it is likely to invest some bills in it … I owe it to my inner child. What do you think? Do you see future in this accessory?
As described by its author, one of the things that detest most of the games presented in iOS are the virtual or digital controls that appear on the screen. That is, Basile hates not being able to “physically” control the characters in video games so he has thought of the following idea. Basically, this accessory consists of control divided into two parts: one of them, the one corresponding to the directional buttons, is connected through the headphone jack on the top of the Apple device and the second, that of the button’s action, it is connected through the30-pin connector located at the bottom.
I reiterate this interesting accessory is still a concept. Even so, the designer is considering making it happen and is exploring the possibilities of starting a Kickstarter project:
“My ideal accessory for the iPhone! 
I hate digital buttons, this will be an immediate purchase! Shall we start a fundraiser on Kickstarter? 🙂 ”
Toparme with this accessory, with this concept, reminds me of my first contact with iOS video games. I remember that at the time I also felt a strange sensation, perhaps not very pleasant, when controlling the characters with a digital control: somehow I felt disconnected and missed the textures and the reliefs in my fingers. If this concept ever sees the light, it is likely to invest some bills in it … I owe it to my inner child. What do you think? Do you see future in this accessory?

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