Here are some of the latest games your MOGA will natively support


With the mobile gaming space ramping up, more and more companies are looking to capitalize on the wireless controller market. One of the biggest players has been PowerA and its MOGA Bluetooth controller. The beauty of the controller is its built-in clip that’ll cradle devices of many screen sizes to provide a more traditional handheld-like gaming experience.

PowerA has worked hard to get support from some of the Play Store’s top developers, including Rockstar, Gameloft and more. The company has given us a full list of the latest titles that have either already launched with MOGA support or will be launching soon. Check it out:

  • Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour (Gameloft)
  • BATTLE BEARS ROYALE (SkyVu Entertainment)
  • Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (Rockstar)
  • Wild Blood (Gameloft)
  • Dead Trigger (MADFINGER Games)
  • Jet Set Radio (SEGA)
  • NFL Pro 2013 (Gameloft)
  • Tiki Kart3D (Arb Studios)
  • Expendable Rearmed (Retrobomb)
  • The Bard’s Tale (inXile Entertainment)

This’ll be a useful list for those who’ve just bought one or received one for the holiday season, and with tons of people receiving their free MOGA units from the promotion that ran last week we’re sure a ton will be looking into what games they’ll be able to use it with. Those are some great titles so be sure to check them out in the Play Store and put the controller through its paces.

Don’t forget that if you have a MOGA and a rooted device you can use it to control any game with standard controller support. All you need are these third party drivers and you are good to go to play any game or emulator that supports standard controllers. Be sure to check the MOGA out at PowerA’s website, and read on for full press details.

Top Android Games Launching With Support

For MOGA™ Mobile Gaming System


Woodinville, WA. – December 21, 2012 –  More Android games are now being released simultaneously with support for the MOGA™ Mobile Gaming System by PowerA. Gameloft’s Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour, Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and SkyVu Entertainment’s BATTLE BEARS ROYALErecently released on the Google Play store with MOGA support built right into the game. Gamers with a MOGA can download and immediately play those games with precision control that is usually only reserved for console gamers. With Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour, for example, using the “iron sight” button on MOGA improves gameplay and can increase a gamer’s performance.

Since being released in October, new games have been added to the system, with key titles in every major gaming genre. MOGA Enhanced titles that recently released, or will be available by the end of the year include:

  • Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour (Gameloft)
  • BATTLE BEARS ROYALE (SkyVu Entertainment)
  • Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (Rockstar)
  • Wild Blood (Gameloft)
  • Dead Trigger (MADFINGER Games)
  • Jet Set Radio (SEGA)
  • NFL Pro 2013 (Gameloft)
  • Tiki Kart 3D (Arb Studios)
  • Expendable Rearmed (Retrobomb)
  • The Bard’s Tale (inXile Entertainment)

“With the recent launch of Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour, gamers are provided with some of the most high-quality and immersive gaming experiences currently available on mobile,” said Baudouin Corman, Gameloft VP of Publishing for the Americas. “And when paired with the MOGA Mobile Gaming System, Android gamers can now also enjoy the pleasures of a true console-like gaming controller.”


BATTLE BEARS ROYALE is our #1 game and it’s all about intense real-time multiplayer action packed with hilarious comedy,” says Ben Vu, Co-Founder & CEO of SkyVu Entertainment.  “Our millions of core fans are extremely competitive.  MOGA allows gamers to play better while keeping their thumbs off the glass to provide a full view of the action.”


MOGA was released on October 22, 2012 to critical acclaim, and has attracted support from top mobile developers and publishers who want to bring console-like precision and control to their Android phone and tablet-based games. Gameloft, Ratrod Studios, Ezone, Namco Bandai, SEGA, Ayopa Games, Vector Unit and other acclaimed publishers have developed MOGA Enhanced blockbuster titles such as The Dark Knight Rises HD, N.O.V.A. 3, Sonic CD, and Dungeon Hunter 3. New game titles, developers and publishers are coming on board each month. For a complete list of games that support MOGA, visit


MOGA combines three key innovations into a single powerful system. The MOGA Controller is the first state-of-the-art, full-featured controller designed specifically for mobile devices. Pocket-sized, portable and connected via Bluetooth® wireless technology, the MOGA Controller features the controls that mobile gamers and developers demand: dual analog sticks, two shoulder buttons, four action buttons and standardized start and select buttons. In addition, the MOGA Software Development Kit (SDK) provides mobile game developers greater precision, robust control and enhanced display abilities while enabling fast, efficient development of rich new game titles and MOGA enhancement of existing titles. Finally, the MOGA™ Pivot App enables gamers to easily browse, find and play a list of MOGA Enhanced Games in one convenient location. MOGA Pivot App is available free via Google Play.

The MOGA system supports Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) and higher mobile devices. MOGA is now available for an estimated retail price of $49.99 USD at Best Buy, Walmart, Toys”R”Us, Fred Meyer, Gamestop, T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon and a nationwide network of additional retailers and carrier stores. It is also available through Amazon and


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  1. I might have to go scoop one of those controllers up

    1. Indeed.

      Seems easier to carry than the BT controller I have now.

  2. The timing on this post seems fishy… Especially with no sources pointed out.

    1. Sorry you lost me. There is a press release right up yonder. ↑ Source is the horse.

    2. Eh? Well, if you’re insinuating it’s a sponsored post I can assure you it isn’t. As Rob Wild said, the press release is the source and it’s something we thought was worth pointing out. Cheers!

  3. Anyone tried this with Minecraft? I know it’s not on the list, but I didn’t know if it would work with some other games out there.

  4. I got my free one the other day works great for Drift 2 way easier to play games with it. Takes some time to get use to the analog nubs any psp owner will know what its like . Well worth the 5 bucks i paid and came with 3 free games

  5. I’ve been trying to figure out the what racing game is featured in the MOGA ad picture featured above. Does anybody know what game that is?

    1. hard to say doesnt look like Asphalt 7

  6. Isn’t the big market going to be for gaming cradles to fit 7″ tablets? Phone screens are too small and phones already have battery life problems.

    1. Not really. My GS3 gets roughly the same battery life as a PS Vita. This is with Wi-fi and LTE on, while playing NFS Most Wanted.

      1. My phone, Galaxy Note 1, will run out of power in one afternoon even if I don’t use it very much. I have to baby it. My Nexus 7, otoh, would last a couple of days with moderate usage for me.

        The screen size is not as important as battery life, but 7-inches is still a lot better than the 5.3 or whatever it is I have.

  7. Not sure why anyone would want to buy this when you can get a ps3 controller which feels much better in hand with better hardware. Im enjoying my Note 2 with the ps3 controller wirelessly on my 40 inch.

    1. Wow. that’s fantastic

      1. yeah, i saw this thing in person and the size is small the analog is really sub par compared to the ps3s. buttons are small. there is no reason to get this, just letting our android buddies know

        1. the point is portability and convenience, is the moga perfect? no but it’s small enough to shove in my jacket pocket and comes with a good clip that easily holds my phone very steady. Many people, myself included normally only play many of these more arcade like games on the go when out and about. Lugging around a ps3 controller and some sort of mount is much much more bulky and not convenient at all. If I want to play a full game at home, I turn on my xbox360.

          I’m talking about games that really need a controller like vice city, or an emulator, not fruit ninja or angry birds lol.

    2. well unless you managed to affix some kind of holder for your phone… that is a good place to start.

  8. STILL waiting for mine.

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