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  • Play more games — Amazon Fire Game Controller doubles the number of games you can play on Fire TV, including Minecraft - Pocket Edition, Asphalt 8, and NBA 2K14
  • Full set of controls — Featuring dual analog sticks and all the controls a gamer would expect, plus lighted player indicators for multiplayer gaming
  • Affordable games — Paid games start from just 99 cents, and many games are available to play for free
  • Wireless gaming — Kick back on your couch and game without wires
  • Play music and videos — Integrated media buttons provide convenient control of movies, TV shows, and music
  • Compatible with 1st and 2nd generation Fire TV

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Enhance your gaming on Amazon Fire TV

If you want to play games, the Amazon Fire Game Controller is the perfect companion to your Amazon Fire TV. Kick back on your couch with your friends for a cinematic gaming experience on your TV.

The control layout is instantly familiar to any gamer, and intuitive to those who have never held a controller before.

Control your media

The Amazon Fire Game Controller also works as a remote for your Amazon Fire TV. Use the joystick to effortlessly browse through your apps, music, and movies, and select with the push of a button. With convenient media controls for video and music, you can play, pause, fast forward, and rewind, all from the comfort of your couch.

Ever-expanding library of popular games

Choose from a growing library of favorites optimized for your Amazon Fire Game Controller, with more titles added daily. With titles from Rockstar Games, EA, Disney, Ubisoft, and more, we have something for every gaming style. Get your blood pumping with Deus Ex: The Fall, race at top speeds in Asphalt 8, get nostalgic with Sonic the Hedgehog, or explore the vast open-world of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Our catalog includes dozens of free titles, with many more priced from just 99 cents.

We want you to know:

While there is a substantial list of games that work with the Amazon Fire TV Voice Remote (included with your Amazon Fire TV), the Amazon Fire Game Controller nearly doubles the library of games you can play on Amazon Fire TV.

Click here for a full list of games.

Better gaming with GameCircle

The Amazon Fire Game Controller provides a connected gaming experience with a dedicated GameCircle button. With the push of a button, your game is paused and you get instant access to achievements, so you can track your progress in your game. You'll also be able to view leaderboards, allowing you to compare your scores globally or with friends.

Tower defense strategy meets fast-action shooter

Exclusive to Amazon Fire TV and free with your Amazon Fire Game Controller, Sev Zero combines fast-action shooter mayhem with the calculated strategy of tower defense gameplay.

Sev Zero is a new kind of game that pushes the limits of living room gaming. Strategically place and use a wide array of automated defenses to stop invading aliens from taking control of your outpost. For more tactical attacks, teleport from your tower down to the ground to personally blast the invaders to atoms.

View Sev Zero in the Appstore

Cooperative gameplay on a second screen

With Sev Zero: Air Support, the companion app for Sev Zero on Fire HD and Fire HDX, you and another player can unlock a gaming experience on your Amazon Fire TV unlike any other.

Sev Zero: Air Support uses the Amazon Fire TV’s Second Screen feature to provide each player with a unique role. The player with the Amazon Fire Game Controller defends the outpost from the ground in first-person view. The second player collects resources, launches air strikes, and helps the main player destroy the invading aliens from their Fire HD or HDX tablet.

Technical Details
Size6.0" x 4.2" x 2.4" (153.4 mm x 106.8 mm x 59.7 mm)
Weight9.8 ounces (277 grams) with typical AA batteries/8.1 ounces (230 grams) without batteries
Batteries2 AA (included)
Battery LifeIntelligent power management with auto-sleep provides up to 55 hours of game play on the included AA batteries. Battery life will vary based on usage and other factors, such as type of batteries used. Actual results may vary.
WirelessBluetooth HID 3.0 +EDR, typical range 30 feet
Warranty90-day Limited Warranty and Service included. Use of Amazon Fire Game Controller is subject to the Amazon.com Conditions of Use.

Customer Questions & Answers

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By Darren Levine TOP 500 REVIEWER on April 4, 2014
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Despite its tad high of a price, i decided to grab one along with the firetv. and now im pretty sure i'll pick up another so my wife and i can have at it to settle arguments.

I was always partial to the xbox styled controllers, never liked the playstation design. So this was perfectly natural to use.

-Feels quality
-takes AA batteries(i have tons of rechargables, some people may not like this)
-Sleeps to conserve energy, wakes up with a press.
-no wires(kinda implied for any game system in 2013+
-Pairs damn quick and easily

-it should be $5 cheaper. I know, 5 bucks isn't big, but i think many of those who see it as overpriced would have not thought so with a number like $35 instead of 40
-Has dead zone, see below

overall, if you're of those who hope amazon does make this into a half decent gaming machine, it's a no brainer. I don't think anyone should have the expectation that this will replace an xbox or PS, but it looks to be just what i want, a media box which also does a pretty good job at gaming

Vs Xbox/playstation
Something to think about: This system with 1 remote costs $140. A new xbox 360 4gb E costs only $40 more and is a more serious gaming machine that also has streaming abilities... But then again you'll need the $60ish xbox live service to get full functionality... but then again amazon prime is $99 to add some functionality to the firetv. I wonder now if that prime membership includes the use of online multiplayer games or if that's free...

OK, here's hoping amazon improves this, but the controller has a significant analog stick dead zone. What that means is that moving the analog stick a little bit doesn't do anything, you have to move it a lot.
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A lot has been written about the Fire TV, with most of it emphasizing the media aspects. I gave it a 5 star review the first week I had it, and would still give it the same.

I also bought a controller at the same time, thinking it would be great to play games that were engaging but not expensive, fun but not so immersive they take over your life.

Amazon provided a controller for review purposes as well, meaning I now have 2. What I like about it is it really does provided added enjoyment to the Fire TV. If you are at all interested in the gaming side of it, then getting a controller is a very worthwhile step. That being said, there's nothing about this particular controller that stands out and indeed the price is a bit high for the features.

If you have any experience with game consoles over the last decade, or more, this controller will feel very familiar. It's a bit larger and more angular than the XBox 360 controller, but the button setup is almost exactly the same. I find that after playing a while my hand starts falling asleep, no doubt because it is less rounded and so puts more pressure on the hand.

Bluetooth controlled, and very responsive, so it definitely works well. But no added features or capabilities. No rumbling or headphone/microphone inputs (which would be good for potential headsets for multiplayer games). I don't care much about those but I would have really liked motion detection of some kind, which is standard in tablets and smartphones, and as such used by some android games. That would have justified the higher price.

As far as games, the library of really good games is small. Sev Zero is indeed pretty fun, and when I bought the controller I got that and 1000 amazon credits as a "free" bonus. The hope, and expectation, is that the game library will grow not only in size (there really are a lot of games) and in depth, with high quality games making the controller even more necessary.
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been using this controller for a few months and its right side joystick sticks causing a constant downward movement almost all the time unless you put slight pressure on it. makes it very hard to scroll through the menus or play games on amazon fire tv. this is the second controller ive bought through amazon (dog ate first one). but first one did it as well. There is no option to calibrate the joystick at all either. After reviewing others comments on this it seems like it was a common issue with the controllers that were sent out around that time. I buy alot of stuff on amazon and alot of amazon brand things and usually pretty good. I reduce my rating to one star after amazon sent me a message to try and troubleshoot my controller... while not just offering to a replacment (considering many controllers of that time frame were sent out and experience the same problem).
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When I saw the controller I wondered how comfortable it would be to have the thumbsticks offset where one is higher and more outer and one is lower and more inner. Same with the AXYB buttons compared to the + section.
Once I got it my concerns were confirmed. It just feels like I'm holding the controller wrong or off center.
Also, the ends of the controller are squared off weird and not comfortable.
I'm an adult female, 5' 4 1/4" with um, I guess averaged size hands.
For $99 (Kindle Fire TV) + $40 (minus $17 in free games) for the controller, I guess overall it's not a bad value for an electronic frivolous/luxury (non-necessity) gadget, but I wouldn't diss or recommend the game controller. I think they could have done better, and it's definitely not ergonomic, and once the promotion goes away, I really don't think it's worth $40 by itself.
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