Daily Deal: SNES30 Bluetooth Game Controller

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If you long for the days spent playing Super Mario World, Super Metroid, and other iconic SNES games, grab the $29.95 SNES30 Bluetooth Game Controller and take a step back into the past. This little controller is a 1:1 replica of the original SNES controller but is updated to support gaming via Bluetooth or USB connections. It is compatible across multiple devices/computers and one charge lasts up to 20 hours. You can even use it with a Wii via the Wiimote emulation support and with touchscreen-only games with touchscreen simulation.


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    EH, 17 Nov 2015 @ 10:14am

    I have the NES version of this. I love it, but be warned: the workflow for using it on the Wii is pretty annoying. You have to use a regular Wiimote to start your game and then wait for the Wiimote connection to time out before connecting the NES30.

    It's great on Android, though.

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