An unofficial gaming peripheral for the iPhone called the iControlPad is now ready for production, with 3,000 said to be ready for order in September.
iControlPad allows you to fit a jailbroken iPhone in between two side clips that hold a gamepad below the phone in landscape mode, like you would a Nintendo DS.
The Coco Controller could be the easiest and cheapest way of adding gaming buttons to your phone -- if its Kickstarter is a success.
Gametel's wireless game controller fits most Android phones, and gives your phone the gift of physical gaming buttons.
A new accessory from Griffin will allow you to use connect your iPhone to your TV and play multiplayer games with separate controls. But will it ever see the light of day?
Apple effectively brought touch-screen gaming to the mainstream, though there have been some growing pains with controls. Now it's rumored to be working on a hardware fix.