We expect the MiniStick© will not only enhance the gameplay experience, but change it.
St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) August 21, 2012
Great American Ideas, LLC., an innovative gaming company based in St. Louis, announces the introduction of MiniStick©, a 360-degree joystick designed for use on standard computer keyboards. The interactive game product allows for better game control and higher online game scores.
The MiniStick© attaches to the users’ keyboard by self-adhesive hook and loop pads to allow for more dynamic game play. MiniStick© was invented for PC and Mac gamers who desire an easier way to operate their favorite games by simply attaching the MiniStick© to the arrow or AWD keys.
“We’re excited for the effect MiniStick© will have on the gaming world,” said Peter Shaw, one of the three developers of MiniStick©. “We expect the MiniStick© will not only enhance the gameplay experience, but change it.”
Unlike some joysticks, MiniStick© does not require the use of plug-ins or software making it compatible with all games.
Responses from focus groups about the MiniStick© have been both positive and favorable by aiding gamers to achieve levels never before reached within their favorite games. During independent product testing trials gamers improved their scoring averages by more than 50%.
The MiniStick© is now available through the company’s website (http://theministick.com) at a suggested retail price of $9.95, and expected to appear in retail stores nationwide in September. Gamers will be encouraged to register their MiniStick® for a chance to win prizes and participate in online gaming contests.
Developed by three St. Louis area entrepreneurs, the MiniStick© is an interactive game product designed and manufactured by Great American Ideas, LLC, an innovative gaming company owned and operated by St. Louis based PC~RC Products. Established in 1994, PC~RC designs and develops low cost engine control systems which are distributed worldwide. With the launch, Great American Ideas expects to hire five to ten new employees. For more information, see http://www.theministick.com.