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For Sale: Super Nintendo Gamepad Joystick For Commodore, Atari & MSX


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DETAILS:


SUPER NINTENDO GAMEPAD MANUFACTURED IN THE MID 90S

BRAND-NEW

(TOOK OUT FROM ITS BOX AND INTERNALLY MODIFIED)

TWO FIRE BUTTONS

(2ND FIRE BUTTON FOR TITLES LIKE MYTH, ROBOCOP II, COMMANDO, GREEN BERET, TURRICAN, OPERATION WOLF, 1942, GRYZOR, R-TYPE, ETC.)

VERY LONG CABLE

(ABOUT 2 METERS)

100% SAFE

(TTL "HIGH" SIGNALS ISOLATED)

COMPATIBLE WITH COMMODORE 64, 128, VIC-20, ATARI 2600, AMIGA 500, 600, 1200 AND AMIGA CD32



PICTURE:

SNES_CONTROLLER_FOR_C64_512x384_Px.jpg


PRICE:

€34,00


SHIPMENT:

€6,80 (EU):

€8,40 (Outside Of EU)



Grab one! ;)



Cheers,

Oge

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DETAILS:
◊ Super Nintendo Gamepad of very good quality manufactured in the 90s
◊ Brand-New (took out from its box and straightly modified)

 

What makes you say this was manufactured in the 90's? It isn't a Nintendo controller, so how do you know? Just curious as it looks a lot like this one...

 

http://www.lukiegames.com/SNES-Super-Nintendo-Controller-New.html

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Because it was found as New Old Stock from a toy shop which had other Super Nintendo accessories from 1996. It is different than nowadays Third-Party SNES controller: better plastic to the touch, heavier, sturdier and clacky buttons. :)

 

Back in the day even clones were made with higer budget. :)


Cheers,

Oge

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Other Joysticks recently modified (they will work onto ANY Atari, Commodore and/or Amiga Home Computers) as follows.

 

Supreme_Arcade_Joystick_01.jpg

 

A Wingman (Sample Picture):

WINGMAN.jpg

 

A NES TurboCard (identical to another Gamepad sold some months ago to an AtariAge fellow):

NES_Turbo_Card_001.jpg

 

And, last but not least, a PlayStation Gamepad!

 

PSXC64_01.jpg

 

 

 

Cheers,

Oge

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A vast quantity of C64 games (even old ones) natively support the second fire button. Without it, you indeed need to press space bar (e.g. dropping bombs on Commando).

 

R-Type, Operation Wolf and X-Out need it as well.

 

I believe that there Atari games which make use of it as well (Omega Race).

 

 

Cheers,

Oge

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