Best BlueTooth Gamepad for the N1?

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    Best BlueTooth Gamepad for the N1?

    Lookin to get my Emu on, and while the trackball works good for RPG type games, i'd spend $30 for a bluetooth gamepad.. Anyone got any good ones that are known to work for the N1?

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    do they really work with the N1??

    that sounds kind of wild

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    Quote Originally Posted by azzman View Post
    do they really work with the N1??

    that sounds kind of wild
    The Emulation program SNesoid has it in it's options, and I don't see why they can't pair..

    I just blew your mind didn't I?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fallacy View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by azzman View Post
    do they really work with the N1??

    that sounds kind of wild
    The Emulation program SNesoid has it in it's options, and I don't see why they can't pair..

    I just blew your mind didn't I?
    WHAT!??!?

    so you are saying that this can be a valid gaming device?

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    Quote Originally Posted by azzman View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by azzman View Post
    do they really work with the N1??

    that sounds kind of wild
    The Emulation program SNesoid has it in it's options, and I don't see why they can't pair..

    I just blew your mind didn't I?
    WHAT!??!?

    so you are saying that this can be a valid gaming device?
    Well that's what i'm willing to spend $30 on to test out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fallacy View Post
    Lookin to get my Emu on, and while the trackball works good for RPG type games, i'd spend $30 for a bluetooth gamepad.. Anyone got any good ones that are known to work for the N1?
    I use a bluetooth wiimote as my controller. It is pure heaven

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    Quote Originally Posted by ap3604 View Post
    I use a bluetooth wiimote as my controller. It is pure heaven
    okay how the HELL do you do that??? Ive seen it done on other platforms before, obviously the Wii remotes are easily hack-able... How do you get it to do that on the N1??

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    Quote Originally Posted by wannagotopopeyes View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by ap3604 View Post
    I use a bluetooth wiimote as my controller. It is pure heaven
    okay how the HELL do you do that??? Ive seen it done on other platforms before, obviously the Wii remotes are easily hack-able... How do you get it to do that on the N1??
    There's an application called wiimote controller. I use it too, and the app is free
    If I had to name my greatest strength, I guess it would be my humility. Greatest weakness, it's possible that I'm a little too awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnny cizzle View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by wannagotopopeyes View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by ap3604 View Post
    I use a bluetooth wiimote as my controller. It is pure heaven
    okay how the HELL do you do that??? Ive seen it done on other platforms before, obviously the Wii remotes are easily hack-able... How do you get it to do that on the N1??
    There's an application called wiimote controller. I use it too, and the app is free
    So you just get the free app and it connects with BT and everything works?

    I don't have an android phone since I sold my G1 a while back, so I've never used this app. But Im getting a N1 soon and this sounds very promising!

    Can anyone comment on using this with any one of the emulators from the Android Market? Is it use-able AND actually fun? Or does it just "work" if you know what I mean.

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    jesus I didn't even think about that. I might have to steal a wii mote from my gf's nephew.

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