NES, SNES, DB9 (Atari/SMS/Genesis) or TGFX16/PC-Engine to USB conversion circuit
A small circuit which can convert controllers/joysticks to USB.
Supports Atari-style joysticks, SMS, NES, SNES controllers, SNES mouse,
Genesis 3/6 button controllers, Genesis Multitap and TurboGrafx-16/PC-Engine controllers.
This circuit allows you to convert one of the following game controllers to USB:
SNES controller or mouse
Genesis 3 and 6 button controller or Multi-tap (Use 4 controllers at the same time!)
Atari style joystick/controller. Implemented by many 8bit systems
such as: Atari, Commodore, Sega Master System... Typically, those joysticks
have a DB9 connector.
The software implements a standard USB HID (Human input device)
device so it is directly supported by most operating systems without
installing special drivers. Perfect for playing old games with emulators.
Works great with other games too!
The circuit is small enough to fit inside an heat shrink tubing
or pvc pipe. It's even possible to fit the circuit directly inside
an original controller.
Nes/Snes/DB9/TGFX to USB: Fully assembled and tested circuit. Just solder your USB and gamepad wires
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