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The problem is related to SuperGNES app. I've tried other emulators like SNESDroid and Animaonline SNES and voilà worked as a charm!
Can you not use a USB OTG (On The Go) Cable. It will have a connection (microusb) at one end to fit to your tablet and a USB connection at the other (for many peripherals). This should surely connect your X Box Controller to your tablet. They are very cheap as well. Alternatively, and maybe to be used in conjunction with see the following article from ...
Nice idea, now I think about it, too. I found a little list here (please feel free to edit/add): GTA3 Muffin Knight Pool Break Riptide GP ShadowGun Shine Runner Sonic CD Soulcraft THD If I find some time, I will add controller support to my game Orc Genocide. ATM, it's playable head-on-head with multitouch (useless for TV, but awesome for tablets). I ...
This very comprehensive article entitled "Guide to Game Controllers on Android" published on 9th May 2012 maybe greatly beneficial to you: http://www.pocketables.com/2012/05/guide-to-game-controllers-on-android.html You may also be interested in this video (approx.45 mins duration) entitled "Gaming On The Nexus 7 With A PS3 Controller" ...
You should be able to just plug the controller in to your tablet with a OTG usb cable and then an app like USB/BT Joystick Center 6 will map the controller inputs to something your device can recognise.
USB controllers follow a spec which means any USB controller "should" work. So there is not a "list of supported devices" as they all are supposed to work as long as they are not proprietary. Even an Xbox 360 wired controller should work (not sure about a wireless 360 controller, even when plugged in with the charge kit). Now your wireless controller is ...
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