iMpulse keychain game controller and key finder gains Kickstarter funding

iMpulse keychain game controller and key finder gains Kickstarter fundingThe iMpulse keychain game controller and key finder has gained Kickstarter funded status with pledges of more than double what it needed. The iMpulse is a rather neat looking game controller but where this one differs to all of the others that have come and gone is in the size department. The iMpulse is tiny and is designed to go everywhere your keys go as it comes with its own keychain. On top of being a game controller with dedicated buttons and joystick, it also acts as a key finder to help you find your keys too.

iMpulse is the SMALLEST wireless controller for mobile devices - it's also a key finder & media controller! (iPhone/iPad, Android, PCs) The iMpulse is built for mobile gaming. You can ALREADY play hundreds of iOS and Android games on the iMpulse, and we're constantly adding support for more games!

The iMpulse is cute, tough, and kicks butt. You can finally play games like Temple Run, Pac-Man, Air Attack HD, and Dynamite Jack with the true tactile response of real trigger buttons, while you slide the thumbstick with abandon. NO MORE having to dodge your own thumb to SEE where you're trying to go.

If all of these features were not enough, the iMpulse can also be used to control media playback and become a remote camera shutter controller too. If you like the look of the iMpulse, it’s not too late to become an early adopter. You can be one of the first to get your hands on one by pledging at least $25; be quick as there are only six days left to go. The iMpulse has already attracted nearly $100,000 of pledges so has almost doubled its pledge target for funding.

What do you think of the iMpulse?

Source: Kickstarter

chrisoldroyd

UK editor at iMore, mobile technology lover and air conditioning design engineer.

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sbonkov says:

Very good idea, I do not like touchscreen joystick