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Old 18 June 2009, 23:13   #49
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Originally Posted by Retro-Nerd View Post
No, the most computer games were designed for joysticks. Mainly with one button only support. That's a fact. An Amiga joypad is only an addition for the few games which support such a controller type, and no replacement. Who dares to produce a totally new Amiga joystick/pad with two or more buttons? This is always a financial risk.
My arcade stick has 8 buttons :-) Sometimes using an emulator is an advantage. The pinball buttons on the sides are very nice with the pinball games.

Originally Posted by Retro-Nerd View Post
Yes, the cheap USB chip filters every too fast button hittings and stick movements.
I never had any polling problems with my adapter from Retrozone. Then I can use the real old thing.
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