After a one month shortage, our USB joystick adapters are back on sale.
No hardware modification was made to it so it’s 100% compatible to any 3.0 software.
Here is the list of current joystick compatibility:
- Atari 2600 Joystick
- Atari 7800 Joystick (2 buttons)
- Atari analog Paddle (2 players)
- Atari driving controller
- Atari video touch pad Keyboard
- Amstrad Joystick (3 buttons)
- Amiga Joystick
- Amiga Mouse / Trackball (2 and 3 buttons)
- Atari ST Mouse / Trackball (2 buttons)
- Commodore 64 Joystick
- Commodore CD32 Joypad (7 buttons)
- Intellivision Touch pad (16 direction disc and 15 buttons)
- Intellivision Flashback Touch pad (16 direction disc and 15 buttons)
- ColecoVision Touch pad and Super Action Controller (16 buttons + spinner)
- Coleco Gemini Joystick & Paddle (Hybrid controller, also compatible with Sears console)
- MSX Joystick (2 buttons)
- Sega Genesis Joypad (3 and 6 buttons)
- Sega Master System Joypad
- Sega Multi-Tap Adapter (4 players)
- 3DO (Panasonic) Joypad
- TI99/4/4a Joystick
- FM Towns/Marty Joypad
- Famiclone (NES clone) Joypad
- Odyssey2 controller
- Fairchild channel F controller
- Bally/Astrocade controller
- RedOctane Dance pads (6 buttons DB9 version)
- ZX Spectrum Interface 2 Joysticks
After a one month shortage, our USB floppy emulator are back on sale.
It comes with the HxC firmware and an 8GB USB key ready to go.
Compatibility of these devices is wide:
So your old machine will look and feel like a new one!
A new production of USB joystick adapter 3.0 is underway at our labs. No hardware modification has been performed so it’s fully compatible to the previous batch. Few are still for sale on our site and eBay. New batch will be available mid november, right in time for Christmas! So if you want one now… hurry!
In 2000, I designed a simple Atari numeric joystick to IBM PC analog joystick port adapter. This adapter was simply a voltage switcher that converted joystick movements to 0v, 2.5v, 5v (2.5v is centered stick). Easy you would say, but that was a bet I took with a friend that told me it was impossible to connect an Atari Joystick to a PC. This is where everything started… We are 16 years later and this quest for retro gaming is more present than ever!
As you can see, schematic was pretty simple…
A complete article written by one of our collaborator, Mike Louie.
Using a Raspberry PI, two Retro Joystick adapters running the new Intellivision controller firmware and Retropie, you can revive your childhood memories with a touch of modernity!
A very limited quantity of the new RetroUSB32 (KADE compatible) are up for sale.
These klever pieces of hardware enable you to connect any custom joystick to a PC, MAC, Raspberry PI, etc…
This board can be entirely customize to your needs. You can simulate a HID keyboard, an HID joystick (or two) and also give some feedback like a led or a rumble.
This is ideal for your MAME cabinet!
See the eBay item page: http://www.ebay.ca/itm/172143668754
RedOctane with 6 zones and DB9 connection now supported by the USB joystick adapter. This replaces the original USB controller box that came with them (black boxes on the picture above), since they are not manufactured anymore by RedOctane. Each dance pad is interpreted as a button by the host computer. It is compatible with the StepMania game software and many others. See our download section.