drone and Game controller
Rotor Riot announces the world’s first wired controller approved by Apple for iOS and USB-C devices that supports L3/R3 fire buttons on the joysticks. A full size, fully functioning controller for mobile use. It is hard wired to your iOS device to ensure low latency and a guaranteed connection. The Rotor Riot Game Controller is the only MFi iOS game controller that has L3/R3 triggers. Download Ludu Mapp for access to over 1,000 games and apps.
This full featured gaming and drone controller comes at a door busting price of only $49.99. The controller is compatible with all iOS devices with a Lightning connection running iOS 7 or greater. We are simultaneously launching a version for USB-C connected devices for the same retail price of $49.99. Rotor Riot controllers will be available at Best Buy, Amazon and in the Rotor Riot Store.
Works with popular drones
The Rotor Riot Game and Drone Controller works with the most common drones on the market. This allows users to get into FPV at a very affordable price point!
Having L3/R3 on MFI controllers finally opens the door for developers to port console and PC games to iOS without having to configure the game to use touch screen for these functions. To the gamers, having L3/R3 means the mobile iOS version of the game will remain identical to their favorite console game.
Get into FPV under $180
The Rotor Riot Game and Drone Controller makes it possible to get into the increasingly popular FPV hobby even easier… and more affordably! Popular drones like the Ryze Tello, DJI Spark and Mavic Air all work with our controller seamlessly. Couple that with a VR headset and your smartphone to create a high-quality FPV system.
Bridging the Gap
Mobile gamers will spend over $70 Billion on mobile video games. They want an affordable controller without the latency of a Bluetooth connection. Because Rotor Riot’s roots are in high performance mini quads, we wanted to make a game controller compatible with the 1000s of game and drone apps. We are looking to bridge the gap between the mainstream mobile gaming world and the niche of FPV freestyle. We believe this can be done by providing value to the existing mobile game/drone market first. Soon we will be releasing additional games and apps geared towards racing and freestyle.”
-Chad Kapper, CEO, Rotor Riot