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Adaptive Video Game Controllers for Gamers With Disabilities


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As far as arcade sticks, looks like Hori makes one:

https://www.amazon.com/Switch-Fighting-Stick-Officially-Licensed-Nintendo/dp/B01AJSAAV6

Not sure if that fits the bill?   8BitDo makes a bigger one that you can program:  https://www.amazon.com/8Bitdo-Arcade-Stick-Switch-Windows-nintendo/dp/B08GJC5WSS

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Thanks @captmorgandrinker, these might fit the bill. we also looked in to the xbox one https://www.xbox.com/en-US/accessories/controllers/xbox-adaptive-controller.

has anyone tried the game cube controller to switch adapter yet?  This looks to  be a viable option as we have the controllers for the game cube.

https://www.amazon.com/Gamecube-Controller-Adapter-Compatible-Vibration/dp/B07NVQNFGK

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For Monkey Ball, does the d-pad work to control the game? That’s a pretty analog game, so double check how arcade sticks would work. Also what would be different between a joycon and GC controller in terms of usability.

Off topic, but the Xbox Adaptive controller is a really excellent thing. I think MS’s best contribution to gaming in general might be controller design.

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