Turn Android Phone into Gamepad for Another Android Device

We’ve talked about P2P multiplayer games over Wifi, bluetooth, internet between different android devices. But If you’ve two android devices (Phone, tablet, or TV) you can even use one of them as a Gamepad to control Games on the other using Bluetooth.

The app is called BT Controller and is available for free. Initial setup is easy and quick, within seconds you can start playing the games across android devices. BTController turns your Android device into a bluetooth gamepad, allowing you to remotely control emulator games running on another device (the host).

Of course, BT Controller must be installed and running on both the devices – the host as well as the controller. At the time of writing, the app only works with a handful of game emulators, and supports controlling one Android device with the other over Bluetooth connection only, but support is extending.

BT Controller already works with various Emulators for Mame, Playstation, CPS2 and N64 games:

Games supported: Riptide GP

Emulators:

  • DroidEmuLite
  • Snesoid
  • Nesoid
  • Gensoid
  • N64oid
  • FPse [PSX]
  • Tiger Arcade [CPS2]
  • Mupen64Plus, AE [N64]
  • Mame4Droid [Mame]

For full list and downloading the app, goto app on android market.

The app also supports haptic feedback which can also be disabled.

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