With this adapter, using a Gamecube controller on a NES becomes possible. Perfect for a
wireless solution involving the Nintendo Wavebird. And in an attempt to profit from
the additional elements of the gamecube controller, the firmware has special features
such as Turbo and mario-auto-run modes. It's fun!
Connects directly to a standard NES port. (Tested with american NES and Japan New Famicom)
Supports most Gamecube controllers. Tested with normal controllers, with the white japanese imports with very long cable, with the popular Nintendo Wavebird and an Intec wireless controller.
Turbo feature. While L is pressed, A and B become turbos.
Special mode for Mario Bros (autorun). Enabled by holding A at power up.
High joystick sensitivity mode enabled by holding B at power up.
Note: Prices are in canadian dollars (CAD) and may change without prior notice. If necessary, currency conversion will be done automatically by PayPal.
*: Orders are normally prepared and shipped within 7 business days. The transit
time varies according to the country of destination, but between 4 and 10 business days are typical. Business
days are Monday to Friday, with the exception of holidays (Canadian or in the destination country).
Orders shipped outside Canada may, depending on the destination country, incur additional import duties,
taxes and charges. Those are not included and are the buyer's responsibility. ATTENTION: In some countries, the additional fees can be very significant (eg: Over half the product price). It is your responsability to research prior to placing an order.
IMPORTANT: This is not a complete list. If your controller or game does not appear here, it simply
means that we did not get the chance (or the idea) to test it, or that no one let us know that it works.
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The cable color connector finish are subject to change without notice.
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