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Re: Building an Arcade Stick for the Sega Dreamcast (by Jemsic)

by noiseredux Wed Nov 10, 2010 5:25 pm

CRTGAMER wrote:
Still thinking of that mechanical Mouse conversion as an Arcade Spinner Control for all the spinner games. Omega Race, Tac Scan and Tempest come to mind. The ball mouse usually has a PS2-PC connector. Its more universal and can easily be upped to a USB adaptor.


yeah I liked the idea of that mod for playing Tempest next month...
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Re: Building an Arcade Stick for the Sega Dreamcast (by Jemsic)

by CRTGAMER Wed Nov 10, 2010 6:56 pm

noiseredux wrote:
CRTGAMER wrote:Still thinking of that mechanical Mouse conversion as an Arcade Spinner Control for all the spinner games. Omega Race, Tac Scan and Tempest come to mind. The ball mouse usually has a PS2-PC connector. Its more universal and can easily be upped to a USB adaptor.
yeah I liked the idea of that mod for playing Tempest next month...
I'm still waiting on 5200 Tempest over at Atari Age. A different spin with the 5200 Trakball. Hope to get the cart in time if it ever comes out!

But to get back on topic,sorry.
racketboy wrote:http://www.racketboy.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=332593#p332593

I found this old guide in a Word Document that Jemsic had sent me a while ago.
I'm gonna post it here to get some feedback on it. Do you think it's clear/useful enough to post on the blog? What modifications should be made to it?
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