Playing Quake 3 on the Motorola DROID is now easier with the Zeemote Bluetooth controller

Playing Quake 3 on the Motorola DROID is now easier with the Zeemote Bluetooth controller
That add-on game pad made specifically for the Motorola DROID may have made gaming slightly better for owners, but we're sure it still takes an ample of time getting situated when play a first person shooter game. We all knew that DROID does just about anything, just like how we witnessed the Motorola DROID running both Quake 2 & 3, but this time we're seeing the nifty Zeemote Bluetooth controlled being utilized. So instead of fumbling around with the DROID's QWERTY to navigate, owners can jump right on in with the accessory and get some quality time with the game without getting distracted with unresponsive controls. When you see all those fancy 3D intensive games being developed for Android, it really makes you wonder the possibilities if they are able to easily integrate controllers like this one to complete the experience.

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via Ubergizmo



1. fsjon

Posts: 120; Member since: Sep 03, 2009

how come no one thought of making a bluetooth headset which doubles as a controller?? Like a stereo headset with two ear piece, similar design to the philips' tap. One piece of the head set has the directional control, and the other has other buttons for actions. When not in use...use it as a stereo bluetooth. How often will one carry a dedicated bluetooth controller when on the road??

2. Cali_E

Posts: 196; Member since: Sep 24, 2008

do u have any actual pictures of it we can see?

3. vzw fanman

Posts: 1977; Member since: Dec 11, 2008


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