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Build arcade quality #joysticks for Atari 2600 7800 800 & Coleco for rugged…

by RetroPete
We built this 101 model from the guts of an Atari 7800 preserving the 2nd fire button for the 7800 games Whitle still comatible with all the 2600 & 400/800 games. The images of the Arcade Joystick 101 Project are categorized and show the console, joystick controllers and accessories. You will also f...
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