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Diagram showing the assembly and intallation for Happ's Ultimate Joystick.

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old joystick

Golden Joystick

Kempston Joystick

NIntendo64 Joystick Icon.

VideoGame Toribia (trivia) sample question screenshot From Leonard Herman's iOS app.

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Toys R Us preping for the release of Disney Infinity 3. With my release dates a bit confused today, I stopped by my local Toys R Us to pick up Disney Infinity 3. Their stockroom is brimming with DI3 video game stuff, but they can't sell it until tomorrow morning. I found the former Disney Infinity aisle barren awaiting the 3.0 items. The opposite side of the aisle is loaded with DI 2.0 stuff. Read more: http://www.8-bitcentral.com/blog/2015/di3Almost.html#ixzz3kG6oEBdh

Prototype games sometimes come to life via homebrew passion, like Power Lords. A proto ROM of Power Lords, for Colecovision has been floating around since late 2001. Ten years later, in March of 2011, it was announced on Atari Age that a homebrew version of Power Lords would be released on cartridge for the Atari 2600! This homebrew release was limited to 50 carts (no box or manual) but brought back the excitement that only a rare game release can offer.

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My local grocery store is selling Sega and Atari Flashback video game consoles with built-in games. I really wanted to buy the Atari Flashback just so I could run it through the self-checkout lane to see "Atari" on the scanner screen and hear the robotic voice say, "Move your Atari to the belt". Then watch it come to rest next to my cereal, frozen pizza and toilet cleaner. Read more: http://www.8-bitcentral.com/blog/2013/groceryGames.html#ixzz2lDxGYSwm

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Wico Command Control Famous Red Ball Joystick :-: The famous older brother of the Baseball Bat Joystick, this controller is just a thing of beauty. & would look amazing in a display case. Built to be practically indestructible, the joystick was very much built to emulate arcade style joysticks of the age and intended for the wanton destruction of all video games. A very solid and base heavy device, a user could select via a slide switch whether to fire from the base or the stick.

With a finite supply of retro game consoles it may behoove us to learn some basic repair skills. When it comes to electronics, we don't fix anything - we replace it. If it stops working we throw it away and buy a new one. I hope this serves as a wake-up call for retro gamers to learn more about the repair of game consoles and arcade games. That may soon be our only salvation for playing on original hardware! Read more: http://8-bitcentral.com/blog/2015/electronicsRepair.html#ixzz3SPm7rLZd

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