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icade

Review

Ion Audio iCade Mobile

The iCade Mobile is a retro gaming oddity for the iPhone that adds physical buttons, but for a lofty $70 price. Its lack of universal compatibility, lack of analog sticks, and large size relegate it to strictly novelty status.

By Jul. 19, 2012

2.5 stars Editor's rating Jul. 19, 2012
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iCade 8-Bitty Retro Wireless Game Controller

iCade succeeds in shrinking last year's arcade cabinet down to a clever pocket size with the 8-Bitty controller. Even though it won't work with many iOS games, the price is low enough that some people will want to buy it anyway for the novelty.

By Oct. 18, 2012

3 stars Editor's rating Oct. 18, 2012

MSRP: $29.99

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Ion Audio iCade

If your iPad gaming tastes run to classic Atari console and arcade games, the Ion Audio iCade is a fun nostalgic trip. Otherwise wait for more compatible games to be released.

By Jul. 8, 2011

4 stars Editor's rating Jul. 8, 2011

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Ion Audio iCade

If your iPad gaming tastes run to classic Atari console and arcade games, the Ion Audio iCade is a fun nostalgic trip.

By Jul. 8, 2011

Article

iCade 8-Bitty hands-on: Cool controller, not enough games

This nifty Nintendo-style gamepad adds analog controls to your smartphone or tablet. But only a smattering of games are compatible.

By Oct. 15, 2012

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iCade Mobile makes your iPhone a retro gaming handheld

The iCade Mobile may not be enough to turn your iDevice into a PlayStation Vita, but would you settle for a Game Gear? Ion's Bluetooth gaming accessory has its limits.

By Jul. 23, 2012

Gallery

iCade arcade cabinet for iPad (photos)

It started life as an April Fool's prank, but the real-life iCade is finally here.

7 Images By May. 23, 2011

Article

Hands-on with the iCade, a vintage arcade cabinet for your iPad

It started as an April Fool's prank on ThinkGeek.com, but consumer interest led the company to bring the iCade to life.

By May. 23, 2011

Article

iCade 8-Bitty: An analog controller for your smartphone and tablet games

Hey, ThinkGeek: The 1980s called, and they want their Nintendo-style gamepad back! Actually, it might be cool here in 2012, too.

By Feb. 14, 2012