Peripheral maker Razer is looking into creating a game controller for the iPhone, if a set of images posted on Twitter by @evleaks is to be believed.
The images for the "Razer Kazuyo" show a case that wraps around the iPhone, providing a direction pad on the gamepad's left side, four action buttons on the right, a pause button, power button and what appears to be a speaker. The controller also includes the ability to tilt the installed phone up from the case.
Apple added a controller API in iOS 7, making it possible for peripheral makers to create officially-supported iPhone game controllers. So far PowerA and Logitech have both released controllers for Apple's phone using the API.
You can read our impressions of PowerA's less than spectacular Moga Ace Power here and see the controller in action.
Razer "Kazuyo" [via tip] pic.twitter.com/HQLePx5BXr— @evleaks (@evleaks) December 6, 2013