Snack Box Micro Review

Clear One-Piece Case for the Snack Box Micro
PriceJunkfood Custom Arcades
ReleaseDecember 2020
CompatibilityPS5 / PS4 / PS3 / XSX / XB1 / NS / PC / Android
Dimensions10.0” x 5.0” x 0.5”
Weight2 lbs



The buttons are smaller but feel good, although double tapping and triple tapping may be difficult. Regardless, those playing on bigger all-buttons controllers should be able to comfortably transition within the first session. The clickiness of the buttons, however, may be hit or miss depending on your preference. Of course, there is an SOCD cleaner.


The controller feels sturdy and not cheap. It feels like metal. You cannot bend it. Besides the dozen buttons on top, there are six more buttons to navigate the PlayStation menus, and one more button can be used to adjust LED settings, such as the color, brightness, and animation.

The action buttons themselves are linear mechanical buttons based on Kailh Choc linear switches that can be hot swapped. The buttons were made in coordination with Layer Shift, the makers of the ODIN arcade stick accessory.

There is a braided micro USB cable as well as a slip-resistant pad with the Junkfood Custom Arcades logo. The stock cable is short, but there is a longer cable available. The controller stays put on a table or a lap despite its lightness, and this may especially be true with the Snack Box Micro XL edition.


The LED support, which includes a dark mode, adds beauty to the controller. The LEDs stay on, but the colors elegantly change when you press a button. The controller looks very sleek in black, but the white USB cable is off-putting.

If you opt for the artwork case edition, you may be interested in our artist James Tran who made custom art for the Snack Box Micro before and can do the same for yours as well:

Big Boss
Big Boss


This compact all-buttons controller is fantastic.

  • Space-efficient
  • Quite sturdy
  • Rather stable
  • Customizable LED



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