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Old 16 February 2014, 11:24   #41
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My low profile arcade style 8way Joy.
1. Button =fire 1
2. Button= fire 2
3. Button= extra UP

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Hi,on the amiga 3 buttons extra up what is?


My arcade joystick style 8 way with 2 button!

Here the pics
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Old 16 February 2014, 13:22   #42
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Hi,on the amiga 3 buttons extra up what is?
Extra up is simply a button connected to joystick up. It's not a real 3rd button (which Amigas do actually support).
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Built myself an amiga 2 button joystick out of a jiffy box and some arcade parts.

It's not actually as bulky as the pics make it out to be and very comfortable to hold in your hands or play off a table.



Hi, what are the dimensions box?
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I have this old beast I don't k now who built it but its un killable I love it, had to rewire the guts of it as the mca stick cut into the wires, so in true arcade stile I rewired it with part of a loom from a cab and glued the wires asside from the stick it has mca button as well

@T_hairy_bootson if you look for short tail mca buttons seen here http://www.kfe.com.au/images/mca%20hoz%20switches.jpg will solve your clearance problem KFE has them listed in stock http://www.kfe.com.au

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Hi, what are the dimensions box?
Just a guess.. if it has 33mm buttons, it could be 140x100x50
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Old 11 May 2017, 14:50   #46
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Anyways the box is 50mm x 155mm x 95mm.
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