The PlayPad Pro and Playpad are two, double-analog gamepads with the identical number of keys as Xbox 360 and PS3 controllers.
They link to Android tabs via Bluetooth, and Nyko said that they make use of a novel driver protocol backed by a lot of Android developers and device makers.
The PlayPad is a smaller gamepad with a collapsible stand as well as case.
Nyko has not yet declared pricing details for these two.
The PlayPad Pro and PlayPad will hit markets by the coming holiday period.
Nyko also launched its initial professional fighting stick, the Free Fighter, which is a PS3 arcade stick with a duplicitous pattern that permits the player flip the location of the stick between left and right of the keys.
The base can be elaborated and the joystick can be customized via 4 macro and two rapid fire keys. The Free Fighter will reach market by September with a retail value of $179.99.
Nyko has also disclosed two novel products for handy game systems.
The Power Grip for the PlayStation Vita appends a battery pack and hold to the Vita that Nyko says can add up to three times the battery life. It will be available at a retail price of $29.99 when it reaches the market in August.