ThinkGeek Introduces Physical Joystick for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch

Are you a game lover and also got an iPhone? Then there is a good news fro you. ThinkGeek has released a physcial joystick, JOYSTICK-IT that you are attach to your iPhone’s screen and play thousand of games.


The JOYSTICK-IT works with thousands of different game apps. Any game that has an on-screen control pad of some kind is perfect for the JOYSTICK-IT. Simply run your game of choice, place the JOYSTICK-IT over the on-screen control pad and push down. The JOYSTICK-IT sticks to the glass of your display and is ready for action. The lightweight solid milled-aluminum construction of the JOYSTICK-IT adds more precise movement and faster response time for enhanced playability. When you’re done, simply pull-up on the JOYSTICK-IT to remove from the screen.

Hardware Compatibility:

The JOYSTICK-IT works perfectly fine on any device that have touchscreen feature. This includes not only iPhone, but other iOS devices as well as many Android phones.



Games Compatibility:

If a game has virtual on-screen control buttons then the JOYSTICK-IT will work with it.  Games that require swapping, joypads with variable on-screen locations, and fingers based gestures will not work properly with this joystick.

Product Features

  • Attach a physical joystick to your iPhone for a better gaming experience.
  • Thousands of games are compatible.
  • Completely wireless and not batteries required.
  • Portable and touchscreen friendly. Won’t harm your device’s screen.
  • Solid milled-aluminum construction.
  • Laser etched crosshair design on top of stick adds thumb traction.

JOYSTICK-IT Arcade Stick for iPHone is available for $17.99 at ThinkGeek Store. The iPad version is priced at $25, or in a two-pack at $40

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