Our friends over at AndroidNZ went through and did a nice review of the Samsung Galaxy S III phone. When doing their reviews they also like to test out controllers, mostly because the crew over there happen to play a lot of Android games like we do. Good news is a few controllers work right out of the box.
Android gamers who own a Samsung Galaxy SII phone and are using an Ice Cream Sandwich ROM have some good news today thanks to our resident behind-the-scenes tech nut RedDragon. It looks as though all ICS ROMs from Samsung for the Galaxy SII can now use the WiiMote when playing games on your device.
Well it is starting to get to the point where a week won’t go by without some more news regarding peripherals and Android gaming. Just reported right now by Engadget, developer Ryan Frawley, has managed to get the Wiimote to work with your Android phone via a bluetooth connection. The software is available free for this demo/beta phase.
The crew over at PocketGamer came up with a tutorial of how to connect your Wiimote to your Android phone (using Bluetooth and Ryan Frawley’s little application available on the Android market). We’ve decided to repost the entire tutorial, unchanged, here for you as well. Thanks goes to Damien McFerrin for writing this great tutorial!