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POWER A MOGA Hero Power - Electronic Games

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Style: Hero Power
Hero Power
  • Portable, slim design for gaming on the go
  • Charge your phone while you play with a rechargeable 1800 mAh battery
  • Offers precision controls with dual clickable analog sticks, shoulder buttons and triggers, a D-pad, and four action buttons
  • Includes a Micro-B charging cable and a MOGA Boost charging cable
  • Compatible with Android 2,3+ devices

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Product Details

Style Name: Hero Power
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00FB5R9OY
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 28, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (285 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,625 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

Product Description

Style: Hero Power

MOGA Hero Power
Transform your Android into a mobile gaming system.
Slim and Portable

Transform your Android smartphone or tablet into a mobile gaming system with the MOGA Hero Power. The MOGA Hero Power has a design and button layout similar to traditional console controllers, offering you superior game control. This slim, portable controller automatically pairs with your mobile device using Bluetooth technology, and charges your phone while you play. For greater security, the MOGA S.M.R.T. Lock Arm attaches the controller to your smartphone and holds it securely in place.


Play and charge.
Powerful Battery Charges Phone While Gaming

The MOGA Hero Power features a rechargeable 1800 mAh internal battery that powers the controller and charges your phone while you play. An LED light indicates when your battery is getting low. MOGA Boost and micro-B USB cables are included for recharging.

Pairs wirelessly with your Android.
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Bluetooth Enabled for Reliable Wireless Connection

The MOGA Hero Power pairs wirelessly with your Android smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth technology. The powerful transmitter instantly sends commands to your device, avoiding latency. Since the connection is wireless, you can enjoy gaming without having to hold your device.

Superior game control.
Portable Controller Delivers Precise, Responsive Control

The MOGA Hero Power features console-style grips, dual analog sticks, four action buttons, a directional pad, and L1/R1 shoulder and L2/R2 trigger buttons to deliver greater precision than your mobile device's touchscreen. The controller is completely portable, with a slim design that lets you easily slip it into a pocket. A four-way LED charge indicator shows how much battery life is left in your MOGA Hero Power.

Play anywhere.
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Play Mobile Games on Your TV

If your Android device has MHL out and your TV has an HDMI input, it's easy to play your mobile games on your TV. Simply connect your Android device to the TV with an MHL-to-HDMI connector (sold separately), and you can play wirelessly with the MOGA Hero Power controller.

Secures your phone.
MOGA S.M.R.T. Lock Arm Securely Attaches to Your Smartphone

For a more hands-on approach, the MOGA S.M.R.T. Lock Arm attaches your smartphone directly to the controller. The MOGA Arm uses S.M.R.T. Lock technology to securely grip your smartphone, transforming it into a handheld game console.

Ready to MOGA.
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What's in the Box

MOGA Hero Power, 8-inch MOGA Boost cable, 3-foot micro-B USB charge cable, and instruction manual.


Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews
103 of 112 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Moga "Hero Power" vs "Pro Power" Controller December 30, 2013
Style Name:Pro Power
I received one of these as a gift and purchased the other myself, but only ended up keeping one. Let's go through the typical review process while also comparing these two controllers to each other. For reference, I'm using them both with my Samsung Galaxy Note 3 in Seidio case. The "Hero" is the smaller compact controller and the "Pro" is the large full-size one.

UNBOXING

First out of the box they are both quite similarly packaged. They both have the controller, a short USB for to charge your phone and a long one for use when charging. A power adapter is not included. Although the larger Pro Power comes with a bonus fold-able tablet stand. You've got some basic documentation and that's about it.

SETUP

The setup for both is also the same. First power on by switching the toggle from Off to A. Mode B is for HID or standard Bluetooth mode. It's just another standard way to pair with your phone, if supported. For Moga, you'll normally stick with A. Next, pair via Bluetooth as you would any other device. When you first turn it on, it's already in pairing mode. Then install the Moga Pivot software and off you go. The Moga software is required for most games to work correctly and will automatically start up when needed. You can also use the Software to launch and find Moga Controller-friendly games.

And of course there is the foldout arm that holds your phone. My Note 3 with case was able to fit easily and looks as though it could hold an even larger phone. The only issue is that it doesn't lock into place when fully open. So if you're lying down and holding the controller above you, it can't quite fight gravity and will close. It's best for up-right gaming only.

HERO POWER

There are some notable differences between the two.
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35 of 42 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A decent experience. But it could be better.... November 27, 2013
Style Name:Hero Power|Verified Purchase
After spending a few days with it, I have to give it a 3.5 out of 5. It was nice being able to finally play my emulators that required the L2 and R2 shoulder buttons. But I just wasn't liking this thing when it came to more demanding games such as Modern Combat 4. The L3 and R3 thumbstick buttons are just so utterly shallow and uncomfortable to press down on at times. Especially when it comes to sprinting in that game. You can barely feel a click when tilting the thumbsticks upwards and clicking on them. It really takes effort compared to the PS3's thumbstick buttons. I really hope they fix this issue in the future models of this controller.

Racing games were comfortable to play. So were sandbox games such as GTA Vice City.

Other than that, I don't think this was worth a full $60. It's an improvement from the dreadful first series of this pocket controller. But they still have potential to make this thing even better than what it is. I could have jumped on the bandwagon and praised this as being the second Messiah of mobile gaming controllers. But without harsh criticism, it leaves this company no room to see exactly what they need to improve in order to make this even better.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
By Dave
Style Name:Pro Power|Verified Purchase
This review is for the Moga Pro Power.

EDIT: I have now rooted my phone thanks to the new method and can use ps3 controller for emulators. Moga is preferred for Modern Combat 4 though and the built in phone holder is really great for playing on a Note 3. Even before this review I was aware of phone model specific game clips for the ps3 controller to hold a phone in place. However having a Moga joypad that works on unrooted phones such as the Moga, is necessary for market penetration and is desirable for future proof use of the game pad on unrooted devices. Thumbs up to Moga. It's a very good controller indeed for games which support native controllers. Please support this movement if you can because mobile gaming is the future and let's make it happen sooner! I don't know about you but I'm surprised it's taking this long to get controller support on mobile. Thanks to Modern Combat 4 I can assure you mobile gaming is not just for casual gamers. And with Modern Combat 5 coming out this year, it's going to be even better for hardcore gamers on mobile! Though believe me MC4 kicks ass already.

For emulators where the dpad is necessary the ps3 controller is the best for feel and quality but you need to be rooted unless you leave it wired instead of Bluetooth. On the other hand, you don't need root for Moga. And though the dpad isn't as good on the Moga Pro Power, the analog sticks on the Moga along with the bigger size of the Moga help me to play FPS games natively. So both have their advantages. I do wish the dpad was better on the Moga though. This is the only area where the Moga Pro Power needs to improve. It's mostly noticeable when playing games like Pac-Man or Mr Do or Mario games. Though it is still slightly frustrating on most dpad games.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Initial impressions, tottaly worth it. November 14, 2013
Style Name:Hero Power|Verified Purchase
This is just an initial impressions as I just got my moga hero. I am very happy with it, overall. Playing games on this is like night and day. It is a compact controller, even so it is comfortable to hold for long periods (did a 5 hour straight game play session) and I got used button spacing pretty quickly. I agree in another review that L2 and R2 trigger buttons are mushy but the fact they work on such a compact controller, it is a minor ding.

I was able to play a 2 hour session of GTA Vice city and a 3 hour session of Bard's Tale. It was a sublime and comfortable experience playing both with the moga hero. Especially with GTA vice city as I could abandon the convoluted control scheme and clear up the clutter on screen. Playing as it was meant to be played.

I kinda wish I plonked down the extra 20 bucks for the bigger Pro, just for the comfort, but that price point for me was to much. But surprisingly the Hero fit my colossal sized phone the Note 3 with case snugly and was able to hold it at odd angles without slipping. It functions like a full size controller just compacted. The controller can act has a back up power supply but I doubt I will use it for that function and therefore it should last a long time as just controller in-between charging. I will update with my experiences of the moga hero the more I use it.

Update 1, Day 2:

Played around with moga hero some and here are my thoughts. The moga hero is well built, the buttons have a good press, as does the D-pad, and the joystick works pretty well. Build quality was one of my concerns. This a solid quality controller and for 60 bucks (-10 bucks) it is (It better be). I tried the HID mode for non moga support games and I suspect because my phone is not rooted, it was pretty awful.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars Second Moga, still like em
My second Moga, got this one because it has the R2 and L2 buttons. Works just as well. Only thing I dont like is the orange swing arm. Why orange? Read more
Published 2 days ago by Michael S
1.0 out of 5 stars It is a piece of crap. Don't waste your money
Returned this. It is a piece of crap. Don't waste your money.
Published 4 days ago by Kevin
3.0 out of 5 stars Buy the bigger one.
Its ok, but the more expensive pro controller is great, buy that one.
Published 4 days ago by claritinD
5.0 out of 5 stars Got it for my wife. She loves it. ...
Got it for my wife. She loves it. So much easier for her to play games on her tablet. The controller being rechargeable is a plus. It serves it's purpose.
Published 5 days ago by ATL
4.0 out of 5 stars Sony Xperia z2
Wow nice good control has a nice grip to it and it's cheap have some good games I wish they put up some more games but other than that it's good
Published 6 days ago by Carlos
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
Good product. Works great.
Published 6 days ago by cureautism
5.0 out of 5 stars Highly Recommended
*Side note, I only used the controller for emulators.

Controller was incredibly easy to set up. Read more
Published 9 days ago by Brady
5.0 out of 5 stars This thing is simply awesome. I have had tablets and smart phones for...
This thing is simply awesome. I have had tablets and smart phones for years but have never cared for playing games on them due to the touch based controls. Read more
Published 9 days ago by arrigob
5.0 out of 5 stars Controller that can charge your device.
Very good controller for Android devices. The analogs are small, but accurate. Overall a compact device that fits in hands and if needed, it can also charge up your device. Read more
Published 12 days ago by Matej
3.0 out of 5 stars Great Idea, Slightly Falls Short
This Moga is an absolute necessity when it comes to playing certain games. You just do not know how much more playable many games with the inclusion of this device. Read more
Published 14 days ago by Jace
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