Make: DIY Arcade Joystick
This kit includes all the components you need to build your very own arcade-style joystick, including a high-quality joystick, buttons and all the wiring and hardware required for assembly. Whether you’re a seasoned gamer or just looking for a fun project to tackle, this kit is the perfect choice.
Updated board includes MODE, TURBO and CLR buttons for mode switching, continuously firing and canceling continuously firing.
Joystick can be freely switched between 8 way and 4 way by rotating the octagonal restrictor plate. Clockwise rotate it 90° for 8 way, and counterclockwise rotate it 90° for 4 way.
Easy installation, no soldering needed. Zero delay arcade USB encoder with USB cable and wires.
Supports Raspberry Pi 1/2/3 with RetroPie Systems, Arcuino and all Window Systems
Microswitch reliability tested to 1,000,000 cycles
- 1 x Arcade Joystick
- 1 x USB Encoder
- 1 x 5pin Cable for Joystick
- 5 x Small buttons
- 8 x Big buttons
- 13 x Wires for Buttons
- 1 x Make: Arcade Sticker
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