SimTroller™ Classic Series

A series of classic themed web controller simulators able to securely point to custom URLs to use as touchpads to play emulators from any iOS device over WiFi. SimTroller™ features three vintage skins including the NES, SNES, and the boss-battling Classic Arcade Joystick. Each skin has simple unique customizable tap-points to mend to keyboard & mouse input to play virtually any classic online games.

Tags: Illustration, Web Controllers, Key Mending, Web Tools


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Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)
1985
The NES controller was revolutionary, and a major influence on the way our controllers take shape today. The origin of Nintendo’s D-pad can be traced right back to its Game & Watch electronic games – one of Nintendo’s earliest forays in electronic entertainment.

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Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)
1991
SNES controller adds X and Y face buttons to the design of the NES iteration, arranging the four in a diamond shape, and adds two shoulder buttons. It features an ergonomic design by Lance Barr.

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Classic Arcade Joystick
(Circa 1972)
Ralph H. Baer created the first video game joysticks in 1967. They were able to control the horizontal and vertical position of a spot displayed on a screen. Since then it has been replicated hundreds of times and remains the core of all major gaming controls.

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