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List of Super Nintendo Entertainment System accessories

The list of Super Nintendo Entertainment System accessories encompasses first- and third-party hardware in the 1990s.[1][2][3][4]

Contents

First-party accessoriesEdit

Third-party accessoriesEdit

ControllersEdit

Directional controllersEdit

  • Advanced Control Pad - joypad with auto-fire (Mad Catz)
  • Angler - optional "stick" in D-pad (Beeshu)
  • asciiGrip - normal joypad for single-handed use (ASCII)
  • asciiPad - joypad with auto-fire and slow-motion capabilities (ASCIIWare)
  • Capcom Pad Soldier - standard pad in bent/squeezed/melted design (Capcom)
  • Competition Pro - joypad with auto-fire and slow-motion (Competition Pro)
  • Competition Pro - slightly redesigned standard joypad (Competition Pro)
  • Conqueror 2 - joystick with auto-fire, programmable buttons (QuickShot?)
  • Cyberpad - 6-shaped pad, programmable, auto-fire, slow motion (Quickshot?)
  • Dual Turbo - set of 2 wireless joypads with auto-fire (Akklaim)
  • Energiser - programmable, auto fire, slow motion (?)
  • Fighter Stick SN - desktop joystick, with auto-fire (?)
  • Gamemaster - edgy-shaped pad, one programmable button (Triton)
  • Gamepad 6 - auto-fire controller with a 6-button layout similar to a Sega Genesis controller (Performance)
  • High Frequency Control Pad - normal pad, wrong button colors (High Frequency)
  • Invader 2 - joypad with auto-fire (QuickShot?)
  • JS-306 Power Pad Tilt - joypad with auto-fire, slow-motion, tilt-mode (Champ)
  • Multisystem 6 - pad supports Genesis and Super NES (Competition Pro)
  • Nigal Mouncefill Fly Wheel - wheel-shaped, tilt-sensor instead D-pad (Logic 3)
  • NTT Data Pad - joypad with numeric keypad and special ID (JRA PAT)
  • Pro Control 6 - joypad and programmable features (Naki)
  • Pro-Player - joystick (?)
  • Rhinogear - joypad with auto-fire and slow-motion (ASCIIWare)
  • SF-3 - very flat normal pad with auto-fire (Honey Bee)
  • SGB Controller - joypad (?)
  • SN Programpad - programmable button macros with rudimentary LCD screen (?)
  • SN Propad (?)
  • SN Propad 2 (?)
  • SN Propad 6 (?)
  • SN-6 - standard joypad clone (Gamester)
  • Specialized Fighter Pad - auto-fire, L/R as "normal" buttons (ASCIIWare)
  • Speedpad - joypad, one auto-switch, L/R buttons as "normal" buttons (?)
  • Super Advantage - desktop joystick with auto-fire (ASCIIWare)
  • Super Control Pad - standard joypad clone plus 3-position switch (?)
  • Super Joy Card - standard joypad with auto-fire (Hudson)
  • Supercon - standard joypad, odd shape, odd start/select buttons (QuickShot)
  • Superpad - standard joypad clone (InterAct)
  • Superpad standard joypad (?)
  • TopFighter - desktop joystick, programmable, LCD panel, auto-fire, slow-motion (?)
  • Turbo Touch 360 - joypad with auto-fire (Triax)
  • V356 - normal joypad, with 3-position switch (Recoton)
  • noname joypads - normal joypad clones without Nintendo text nor Super NES logo (various)
  • noname joypad - wireless joypad, no extra functions and dish-shaped receiver (Konami)
  • noname joypads set of 2 wireless joypads with auto-fire (Game Partner)
  • noname pad - standard joypad clone (Tomee)
  • AK7017828? - joypad, slow-motion, auto-fire (Game Partner)
  • SNES+MD? - joypad with whatever special features (Nakitek)

Other controllersEdit

Cheat devicesEdit

Other devicesEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Super Nintendo Controllers". webspace.webring.com.
  2. ^ "Super Nintendo Accessories".
  3. ^ "GBX.ru". gbx.ru.
  4. ^ "SNES Central: Peripherals". SNES Central.
  5. ^ "SNES Central: Exertainment". SNES Central.
  6. ^ http://www.dtic.mil/cgi-bin/GetTRDoc?Location=U2&doc=GetTRDoc.pdf&AD=ADA217593
  7. ^ "SNES Central: Multi-Purpose Arcade Combat Simulator (M.A.C.S.)". SNES Central.