MFi controller Stories December 30, 2014

expiredThe creative adventure/platformer Drawn To Life hits its lowest price ever on iOS: $1 (Reg. $5)

Originally released in 2007 for the Nintendo DS handheld, Drawn To Life is a creative adventure platformer that tasks players with drawing their own hero and all of the interactive items in the game. Developed by the same folks behind the popular Scribblenauts titles (on Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, Android and with the Remix edition iOS), Drawn To Life is available for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch at its lowest price ever today: $1 (Reg. $5).

Create everything used in the game by simply drawing what is needed. This includes everything from items, weapons and the game hero himself or herself…Versatile drawing tool features allow you to create things from scratch or use existing templates…

After some criticism, the in-game virtual controls were updated with improvements, but some players will still want to take advantage of MFI controller support on this one. Head over to our daily game roundups for all of the best deals across all platforms.

Drawn To Life: $1 (Reg. $5)

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More than 50% off Limited Time Sale!!!

The Raposa were once a prosperous race of beings, but that was before the Book of Life was stolen and a shadow-like evil covered the village with darkness. Now it is up to you to help save the dying world! You must restore it to its former greatness by creating a hero who through his imagination can draw the stolen world of the Raposa back to life. Create everything used in the game by simply drawing what is needed. This includes everything from items, weapons and the game hero himself or herself.

•Create Without Limits – Versatile drawing tool features allow you to create things from scratch or use existing templates to bring a multitude of unique items though out the game.

•Let Your Imagination Run Wild – Ability to draw and create your own unique hero!

•Action Drawing – Draw objects directly into the gameplay to help you advance through the levels.

•Extensive Adventure Gameplay – Explore 4 unique worlds (Ice, Forest, Tropical and City) each with their own boss to defeat, set of levels, and visual flavor and restore them to their former glory!

•Full Controller Support – Play with your Logitech or MOGA controller on iPhone 5, 5c, 5s or your iPod Touch 5.

MFi controller Stories November 23, 2014

expiredLogitech PowerShell MFi iPhone game controller w/ built-in battery for iPhone 5/S iPod Touch refurb: $15 shipped (Reg. $100)

Daily Steals offers the Logitech PowerShell MFi iPhone game controller refurb for $15 with free shipping. This controller originally launched late last year with a list price of $100, but was dropped to $70 due to pressure from competitors. Today’s deal is the best price we have ever seen. It features a built-in 1500mAh battery, console-style controls, and a slim design.

9to5Mac spent some time with the PowerShell and found it to be a worthy first entrant into the MFi controller space:

…I generally had a good experience playing games that supported the controller. For casual gamers that don’t have a problem sticking to the supported games, the PowerShell won’t disappoint despite a few shortcomings. If you’re a hardcore gamer that will be playing for hours on end, the buttons on the PowerShell leave a lot to be desired.

Here’s a list of iOS games are are currently compatible with MFi controllers. Amazon reviewers rate it 3.5 out of 5 stars.

MFi controller Stories November 5, 2014

expiredGames/Apps: Knock for iOS $2 (Reg. $4), $50 Xbox gift cards for $45 (10% off), iOS freebies, more

Update (11/05 11:30am): Newegg via eBay is offering a PlayStation 4 console with The Last of Us Remastered for $379.99 shipped ($450 value). Even at the lowest price we’ve ever seen for both items, you’re still saving $5.

In today’s best game/app deals, Knock for iOS has dropped from $4 down to $1.99 today on the App Store. While we have seen it as low as $1, this is the best price we have seen since March. “You keep your iPhone with you all the time. Now you can use it as a password” to unlock your Mac. “You never have to open the app— just knock on your phone twice, even when it’s in your pocket, and you’re in. ” You can get a full breakdown of the app in our review.

Amazon has the SteelSeries Stratus Wireless Gaming Controller for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch in black for $71.99 shipped (Reg. $80, the lowest new price we can find). If you don’t mind a manufacturer refurbished model, DealFisher (99.4% Positive feedback) via eBay is offering one for $49.99 shipped. These are both the lowest prices we can find on the 3.9/5 star rated MFi gaming controller.

Best Buy is offering $50 Xbox gift cards for $45 right now (10% off). This card is redeemable towards a large selection of “downloadable content, including games and add-ons, high-definition movies and TV shows, sports and more.”

Head below for the rest of today’s best iOS price drops including Broken Sword: Director’s Cut for $1 (Reg. $5), Curious George at the Zoo for iPad for FREE (Reg. $1) and more.

In case you missed it recently, eBay has Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Day Zero Edition (all consoles) for $50 shipped, Titanfall for Xbox One is only $19.99 Prime shipped (Reg. $40) from Amazon, Dell is offering the Xbox One Stereo Headset for $39 shipped and head below for more of today’s best discounts:

MFi controller Stories April 6, 2014

Amazon offers the Logitech PowerShell MFi iPhone game controller for $49.99 with free shipping. This controller originally launched late last year with a list price of $100, but was dropped to $70 due to pressure from competitors. Today’s deal is the best price we have ever seen. It features a built-in 1500mAh battery, console-style controls, and a slim design.

9to5Mac spent some time with the PowerShell and found it to be a worthy first entrant into the MFi controller space:

…I generally had a good experience playing games that supported the controller. For casual gamers that don’t have a problem sticking to the supported games, the PowerShell won’t disappoint despite a few shortcomings. If you’re a hardcore gamer that will be playing for hours on end, the buttons on the PowerShell leave a lot to be desired.

Here’s a list of iOS games are are currently compatible with MFi controllers. Amazon reviewers rate it 3.5 out of 5 stars.

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