First-person shooter gets analogue.
Can first-person shooter games ever work truly well on a mobile handset, given its lack of either a keyboard'n'mouse or a console joypad?
Bluetooth joystick maker Zeemote thinks it has the answer. The video below shows someone playing a ported version of Quake III on an Android handset, using the Zeemote JS1 to control it.
Zeemote launched its Android SDK in April this year, and has been encouraging developers to include support for the JS1 in their games and apps.
This video is certainly persuasive evidence of the device's suitability for the task.