Mad Catz Project M.O.J.O. has taken aim at Ouya for a share of the Android console gaming market, and from the lay of the land, it appears they may have just become the frontrunner with this little ditty, announced at E3. While the Android gaming platform has pretty much owned the non-Apple market for mobile/tablet gaming, there really hasn’t been a way to integrate all the purchases into one unique application.
Enter Project M.O.J.O., featuring a tweaked Xbox 360 controller with improved D-pad placement and cross-compatibility for all Android platforms. That means if you purchased games through Amazon, a smartphone, a Samsung tablet (whatever), you need not purchase those games again. They’re all available from the comfort of your telephone. There is also a mouse-enabled feature in case the game relies heavily on touchscreen, and a special “mouse mode” will simply let you rely on the toggle stick. There are dozens of other features, too, but we don’t have the room to mention them all. Head over via the buy link to read more.
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