GameDock for iOS Devices designed by Software Engineer Chris Jorgensen’s Portland based game studio Cascadia Games. turn your phone into your console with this GameDock design for iPhone, iPad, iPod devices. GameDock turns your iPhone 4+, iPad 2+, or iPod Touch 4+ into a retro videogame console. Supports two player games and HD TV output. Have you ever played a great retro game on your iPhone, only to be frustrated with the touch controls? Or have you wanted to play an awesome iPad game with a friend, but two people holding one tablet just doesn’t feel right?
With the GameDock for iOS you can play classic games the way they were meant to be played: with two controllers and a TV. Just plug the dock into your TV like a video game console and your iOS device into the dock like a game cartridge. The GameDock is designed to be compatible with existing iCade games and for dock-ready games that include two-player support and full 1080p HDTV output. Retro games will always have a special place in our hearts. For millennials and generation X-ers, these games remind us of our childhoods spent button-mashing and delighting in beautiful, pixelated worlds.
It’s time to do justice to the modern pixelated game renaissance with an iPhone accessory that brings an extra layer of authenticity to the experience. In addition to the dock, Cascadia Games have developed a dashboard app that allows you to select and play games from the comfort of your couch. There’s no need to get up and change which game you’re playing. You can do it with your controller instead. And, of course, if you don’t have a TV, no worries! The dock still connects to your phone and supports games on the small screen. It communicates over short-range bluetooth, the same used in most modern keyboards. Cascadia Games team, Software Engineers Chris Jorgensen and Andi Greisel designed GameDock for iOS Devices and they are great indie developers who work hard to make awesome retro games.
Chris Jorgensen is an award-winning software engineer. He develops iPhone apps professionally and is the owner of Cascadia Games, an independent game studio in Portland, Oregon, USA.
Andi Greisel is an innovative and dynamic software engineer and currently works for CBS Interactive. He is also an avid outdoorsman and competitive road cyclist. Both Jorgensen and Greisel are Portland State University alumni, where they each earned their masters in electrical and computer engineering.