Built in a beautiful metal enclosure, custom machined from a solid block of aluminium and anodized black.
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Playing NES games with an emulator is great, but since using the original controllers provides a much more authentic experience,
we wanted to design our own adapter.
A desire for quality:
What we came up with meets our definition of quality. An adapter built in a beautiful metal enclosure,
custom machined from a solid block of aluminium and finished using an anodizing process for a black, shiny
yet discrete look. In our opinion, this adapter is the finest you can get, one you can be proud to place on your desk.
Two (2) NES controller ports.
One (1) Mini USB port (cable included)
Supports official NTSC and PAL controllers.
Supports the NES Advantage arcade style controller.
Supports the NES Four Score, for up to four (4) players.
Supports most third party controllers.
Supported natively by Windows 7/8/Vista/XP/2000/ME/98 (32 and 64bit versions), MacOS X, Linux, and many others.
Machined aluminium case with a black anodized finish.
Note: Prices are in canadian dollars (CAD) and may change without prior notice. If necessary, currency conversion will be done automatically by PayPal.
Orders are normally prepared and shipped within 7 business days.
time varies according to the country of destination, but between 4 and 10 business days are typical.
days are Monday to Friday, with the exception of holidays (Canadian or in the destination country).
We ship from Canada
Orders shipped outside Canada may, depending on the destination country, incur additional import duties,
taxes and charges. Those are not included and are the buyer's responsibility. Be aware that for some countries, the additional fees can be very significant (eg: Over half the product price). It is your responsability to research prior to placing an order.
IMPORTANT: This is not a complete list. If your controller or game does not appear here, it simply
means that we did not get the chance (or the idea) to test it, or that no one let us know that it works.
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