Awesome, I'm going to buy one next month. Can you map the angle keys to it yet? (up-right, down left, ect)
Should work fine with the case. You see how the product is structured? It's flexible, made out of rubbery material which kind of just goes on the keyboard, but I don't see to much of a problem with thin enough cases. At the worst it wouldn't be as good as a naked droid (like mine) but anythings better than playing emulators on the droid now so who cares!
Thought I'd let you know whomever is wondering, I got my game gripper last night(shipped really quick btw) and I love it so far. I was curious about its functionality with the Seidio Innocase and unfortunately you will need to remove the bottom half to use it. Yes it is very flexible but the extra width causes the gripper to bow out from the keyboard.
As far as use of the Game Gripper without the case (I don't mind removing the case so much. Totally worth it), it works really well. I had been playing Super Mario Bros. 3 on the NESoid and always was getting myself killed by missing the buttons or not being quick enough with the droids d-pad, but now I mostly only die when i do the same dumb stuff I used to do on the original Nintendo.
Feels and plays a lot like a controller
Improves game play dramatically
There is occasional slippage of the gripper however it is rare
Not currently compatible for use with the Seidio case
It is a concern of mine (and is disclaimed by seller) that it can cause additional wear on keys used by the GG, as the buttons are plastic and I always have had a tendency to push buttons harder than they need to be pushed
And now that I know for certain that the Game Gripper does not fit with the Seidio case, I ask:
Will you (the OP) make custom fitted Game Grippers for those that prefer having a case (preferable Seidio)?
Please let me know, I'd surely buy one for myself if there will be custom fitted grippers and I'm sure others would too.