RetroFi Adapter - Low-Latency 2.4G Wireless Multiplayer Joystick Adapter

The RetroFi Adapter allows you to wirelessly connect up to 4 classic controllers/joysticks to your favorite gaming machine (including PCs, Raspberry Pi, Nintendo Switch and, of course, the MiSTer FPGA).

RetroPad32 - The 32-bit ARM based joystick adapter

The RetroPad32 adapter is a joystick adapter compatible with several classic controllers from those good old beloved systems such as the Sega Genesis, Super NES, NES, Sega Saturn, and others.

BT2VEC - XBOX One (Bluetooth) controller adapter for the Vectrex

The BT2VEC adapter allows you to connect up to two XBOX One controllers to your Vectrex via Bluetooth!

Just like the PSX2VEC it also supports dual analog sticks (in single player mode), allowing for a Twin Stick configuration for a full "Robotron-like" experience!

PSX2VEC - Playstation controller adapter for the Vectrex

The PSX2VEC is a Playstation 1 or Playstation 2 joystick adapter for the Vectrex. It supports analog controllers, allowing for a Twin Stick configuration for a full "Robotron-like" experience!

MD2PCE - Sega Genesis controller adapter for TG16/PC-Engine and USB

MD2PCE is an adapter that allows you to connect Sega Genesis controllers to the TurboGrafx16, PC-Engine and also PC via USB (XInput).

RetroPad32 Multi-Out Add-on Board



Connect modern and old controllers to older consoles with the RetroPad32 + Multi-Out Add-on Board!

USB2Classic - USB controllers adapter for retro consoles!

This project is Open Source (GPLv3) and Open Hardware (CC BY-SA 4.0)

RetroPad32 USB Input Module

The RetroPad32 USB Input Module is a plug-in device that connects to the DB15 port of the RetroPad32 Adapter and opens the world of USB input devices to the classic and modern console systems!

STM32 HID Bootloader

I've just discovered the wonders of the 32-bit ARM Cortex M3 through a super-cheap development board known as the "Blue Pill".

KBD2SNES Adapter

Ever wanted to connect a PC keyboard to your Super NES so you can play games like on the PC? Never, right? :D

Anyways, now you can! :P

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