This adapter cable makes it possible to use an SNES controller
on a N64 console. It has been designed to provide better controls
when using the Neon64 NES emulator and with the Wide-Boy 64.
Since firmware version 1.3, the SNES mouse is also supported, providing an alternative to the rare and expensive N64 mouse.
|N64 button||SNES button|
|D-Pad ||D-Pad ||D-Pad ||D-Pad ||D-Pad |
|A ||B ||A ||B ||B |
|B ||Y ||B ||Y ||Y |
|Start ||Start ||Start ||Start ||Start |
|L ||L ||L ||L ||L |
|R ||R ||R ||R ||R |
|Z ||Select || || ||Select |
|C-Up || ||Select ||Select || |
|C-Down || ||Select ||Select ||A |
|C-Left || ||Select ||Select ||X |
|C-Right || ||Select ||Select || |
- Mode 1 (for Neon64): Press [A] + [B] + [Y] + [X] + [Dpad-Up]
- Mode 2 (for the Wide-Boy 64): Press [A] + [B] + [Y] + [X] + [Dpad-Down]
- Mode 3 (for the Wide-Boy 64): Press [A] + [B] + [Y] + [X] + [Dpad-Left]
- Mode 4 (since v1.6) : Press [A] + [B] + [Y] + [X] + [Dpad-Right]
Note: Configuration is preserved across power cycles.