Orlando, FL, December 11, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- After years of development and use by early adopters, the Bliss-Box device is now being developed into a product for the masses. A Kickstarter project for the aptly named 4-Play device is the combination of 4 Bliss-Boxes in one device. 4 in one means you can use up to 4 controllers at the same time, just as you did on the actual console. This early manufacturing run is currently only available through the Kickstarter backer support process.
Video game players who want the ability to use original game console controls like those of the 1970's, 1980's, and 1990's can utilize the 4-Play right out of the box. The device is completely “plug-and-play” and an independent review has already confirmed the device works as claimed. Simply plug the 4-Play into your PC and the original controller into the 4-Play. Now your emulated classic games can use the original controllers. The device is so sophisticated that it supports switching controllers mid game by automatically pausing game play whenever a controller is unplugged. Better still, the device itself does not need software, helping simplify the set up of some emulated games.
Bliss-Boxes have sold for over $100 each and the 4-Play is 4 in 1. Supporting this Kickstarter project means you can get 4 Bliss Boxes on a single circuit board for multiple player functionality with as little as $75! The 4-Play currently has over 70 backers and is seeking $150,000.00 to go into full production. Visit Kickstarter to support the project and get one of these special release models for yourself or the gamer in your life.