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8-Bit Dot Design Series Mice


Games Supported: Every PC game
Can be found for: ~$20
Made by: BanPresto

Obtained: May 23, 2009 (Anime North)
Specific version: Power Star 
Peripheral #: 070

Obtained: June 7, 2010
Specific version: Mario  
Peripheral #: 104

Obtained: July 4, 2012
Specific version: Goomba
Peripheral #: 169
an XY axis solid-state/wheel (not optical) sensor, 2 buttons, a cool box, USB HID

Ironically, the only consoles these are usable on are PS2 and PS3

AppleJack

Games Supported: All Pippin games
Obtained: October 18, 2012
Can be found for: ~$20
Made by: Bandai
Peripheral #: 175
Specific version: White wired
Other versions: Wireless (infrared)
2 shoulder buttons, dpad, trackball, 4 face buttons, 3 system buttons, uses the depreciated circular Macintosh connectors (similar to PS/2)

Atlus

Games Supported: None (Android)
Obtained: January 28, 2013
Can be found for: ~$40
Made by: GreenThrottle
Peripheral #: 189
Quantity: 2
2 clickable analog thumbsticks, 4 triggers, 4 face buttons, Back\Home\Start, disc-based dpad, takes 2xAA batteries (includes) Wireless via Bluetooth

BattleTag



Games Supported: BattleTag
Obtained: December 13, 2010
Can be found for: ~$170
Made by: Ubisoft
Peripheral #: 127
Specific version: 2-Player Starter Kit

Obtained: April 26, 2011
Specific version: MedKit
Can be found for: ~$20
Peripheral #: N/A

Other versions: Extra Player (~$70)
2 Laser tag guns + IR sensor vests (each has 4 omnidirectional IR sensors) and RFID tagged devices (2 kinds of ammo, 2 objectives), that connect to an PC USB device via radio for score keeping
Each UBICONNECT device can host up to 8 devices, and up to 5 UBICONNECT devices can connect for up to 40 players
The UBICONNECT USB base can also serve as a target. Both the base and the guns have upgradable firmware.
Batteries not included (each gun takes 4 AAs), a cool box

The MedKit pack includes 4 more RFID tags (known as T-Bases) (2 more objectives, 2 health packs) and a cool box

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My Review

Big Red Panic Button

Games Supported: None
Obtained: March 10, 2013
Can be found for: ~$10
Made by: Dream Cheeky
Peripheral #: 190
A single button inside a "wendy" shield, USB

Cardboard

Games Supported: Some Android games
Obtained: October 29, 2014
Can be found for: ~$4
Made by: Google
Peripheral #: 246
A cardboard case for 5" Android phones (particularly the Nexus 5) to split the screen in 2 for VR. Uses a magnet to act as a button/click

Chameleon X-1

Games Supported: All PC games
Obtained: October 10, 2011
Can be found for: ~$60
Made by: GoEasily, Shogun Bros
Peripheral #: 152
Specific version: Red
Other versions: Green, White, Black (GoEasily) Purple, White, Black (Shogun Bros)
AKA: GM365++ Multimedia gaming mouse
A wireless (USB 1.1 dongle) optical mouse with a game controller on the bottom
1600 dpi, 7 mouse buttons, scroll wheel, 14 gamepad buttons, rumble, 2 small joysticks, dpad

Go Easily Shogun Bros My Review

Construction Zone

Games Supported: Construction Zone (PC)
Obtained: January 7, 2014
Can be found for: ~$30
Made by: Caterpillar 
Peripheral #: 229
A shell that fits over standard-sized keyboards, and just pushes the buttons beneath the 3 sticks, turn-key and switch

Cyberman 1

Games Supported: All PC games
Obtained: May 3, 2013
Can be found for: ~$30
Made by: Logitech
Peripheral #: 236
3 face buttons, a vertically-mounted mouse that supports tilting, serial/parallel connector

Cyberman 2

Games Supported: All PC games
Obtained: August 7, 2013
Can be found for: ~$30
Made by: Logitech
Peripheral #: 209
8 face buttons, the disc is a big dpad that also supports rotation, uses the depreciated PC joystick connector

Dice+

Games Supported: Misc games (iOS/Android)
Obtained: Sept 10, 2013
Can be found for: ~$40
Made by: Game Technologies S.A.
Peripheral #: 220
Wireless (via Bluetooth), Built-in rechargeable battery (via a hidden MicroUSB port), 6 sided backlit (can be any RGB color) touch-sensitive number faces, accelerometer, magnetic field sensor, thermometer
It uses the sensors to detect rigged/faulty throws by making sure it rolls enough

Falcon

Games Supported: List
Can be found for: ~$190 with Pistol Grip, and Orb Grip
Made by: Novint
Specific version: White, with limited edition clear Orb grip (not shown) and a white Orb grip
Other versions: Black
Real force feedback, 3D control, 3 lights, swappable grips with their own, unique ID code and button set, Includes one with 4 buttons, a cool box, USB

Falcon Pistol Grip

Games Supported: Novint Falcon's games
Can be found for: ~$20 separately
Made by: Novint
Attaches to Novint Falcon (shown above) a trigger, 3 buttons, a cool box
 

FPS Battlestick

Games Supported: Every PC game, but made for Front Mission Online
Obtained: July 17, 2013
Can be found for: ~$5
Made by: Hori
Peripheral #: 205
Optical mouse, USB (HID), 2 buttons, clickable scroll wheel

FPSGUN

Games Supported: Every PC game
Obtained: January 4, 2011
Can be found for: ~$28
Made by: Zalman
Peripheral #: 129
Variable (up to 2000) dpi optical mouse, backlit clickable scroll wheel (light color indicated dpi mode) , 5 programmable buttons includes 2 mouse buttons, USB HID, a cool box, carrying puch

Fragmaster

Games Supported: Every PC game
Obtained: July 2, 2013
Can be found for: ~$20
Made by: Thrustmaster
Peripheral #: 200
6 face buttons, 4 triggers, the base is a joystick that also supports/detects rotation, uses the depreciated PC joystick connector

FX 1000 x2

Games Supported: Virtual On (PC)
Re-obtained: May 9, 2011
Originally Obtained: Christmas some year
Can be found for: ~$10
Made by: Suncom
Peripheral #: 141
An adapter that lets you use 2 PC joysticks, both of which have 1 button and 1 trigger and use the depreciated PC joystick connector

G15 Gaming Keyboard

Games Supported: List
Obtained: June 10, 2011
Can be found for: ~$20
Made by: Logitech
Peripheral #: 145
Specific version: Mark I, with a blue LCD
Other versions: Mark II, with an orange LCD and less buttons
Standard 104 backlit button keyboard, with 18 macro keys each with 3 different states (making a total of 54 macros available), a button to record quick macros, and a backlit monochrome LCD, Built in non-powered USB 1.1 Hub, with 2 external ports located on the back of the device, a wheel/jog dial with 9 more buttons around it (4 of them are specific to what is on the LCD, one switches between apps using the LCD, Prev, Next, Play/Pause, Stop) Mute button, Backlight toggle button

Hydra

Games Supported: All PC games (via extra software)
Obtained: July 15, 2013
Can be found for: ~$40
Made by: Razer
Peripheral #: 203
Pulsating LEDs, USB, uses a weak magnetic field to detect the 6DoF position of the 2 controllers which have:
2 triggers, 5 face buttons, 1 clickable analog thumbstick, wired to the base

iMpulse

Games Supported: All iCade compatible games
Obtained: August 7, 2013
Can be found for: ~$25
Made by: Black Powder Media Inc.
Peripheral #: 208
Wireless via Bluetooth (iCade compatible), built-in rechargeable battery (via micro USB) dpad, 4 face buttons, speaker (beeps only), 2 rear button, power button

Jet Mouse

Games Supported: All PC games
Obtained: August 1, 2014
Can be found for: ~$10
Made by: ?
Peripheral #: 242
USB optical mouse, 2 buttons, scroll wheel, lights up

Ju C Air

Games Supported: Custom Maid 3D (PC)
Obtained: October 22, 2013
Can be found for: ~$150, import only
Made by: ?
Peripheral #: 222
Wireless via USB dongle, USB HID, 1 non-clickable thumbstick, 2 triggers (to act as the mouse pointer, left/right click), 1 face button, 3 internal pressure sensors

Koopa Mouse

Games Supported: All PC games
Obtained: July 15, 2013
Can be found for: ~$20
Made by: Razer
Peripheral #: 202
Specific version: Red (not pictured)
Other versions: Green
2 buttons, clickable screen wheel, optical sensor, mouse pad, a cool box, USB (HID)

Leap

Games Supported: ? (PC)
Obtained: July 29, 2013
Can be found for: ~$70
Made by: Leap Motion
Peripheral #: 206
Finger-tracking tech similar to Kinect, USB

Lightpack

Games Supported: ? (PC)
Obtained: January 14, 2014
Can be found for: ~$70
Made by: Kickstarter
Peripheral #: 230
An array of bright LEDs you mount on the back of your display to light up the wall behind it, in sync with what's being displayed

Mobile Suit Gundam Premium Controller

Games Supported: Mobile Suit Gundam Online (PC)
Obtained: March 25, 2014
Can be found for: ~$60 (import only)
Made by: Bandai Namco
Peripheral #: 234
2 shoulder buttons, 1 clickable analog thumbstick, 5 face buttons, 2 system buttons, USB HID, left-handed only

MOGA

Games Supported: List
Obtained: December 24, 2012
Can be found for: ~$0
Made by: PowerA
Peripheral #: 186
Dual analog nubs, 2 triggers, 4 face buttons, 3 system buttons, wireless via bluetooth, cell phone clip, takes 2xAAAs (not included)

Multi-System Handstick (MS-757)

Games Supported: All PC games
Obtained: July 16, 2013
Can be found for: ~$20
Made by: ?
Peripheral #: 204
A handheld joystick base with 1 button, the upper half has a dpad/tophat, 2 triggers and 1 button, uses the depreciated PC joystick connector

Mycestro

Games Supported: All PC games
Obtained: July 15, 2014
Can be found for: ~$80
Made by: Kickstarter
Peripheral #: 240
A touchpad with 3 clickable areas, gyroscopic motion sensor (to function as a mouse), built-in rechargeable battery (via USB) wireless (via USB dongle), has a flexible band that partially wraps around your finger

NES Paul

Games Supported: 8-Bit Hero (PC)
Started Construction: November 30, 2010
Finished Construction: February 15, 2011
Construction costs: $35 (spare 360 controller), $10 (microswitches+LEDs), $6 (solder), $7 (neck strap+bolts), $58 (total)
Made by: Techni
Peripheral #: 131
To all the sites linking to this, it's NeoTechni, not NeoTenchi.
Similar to a Guitar Hero controller, though it only has a dpad, 2 buttons (A/B) on the neck and 2 on the body (Start/Select), USB (Xinput), 6 LEDs on the head where you would adjust the strings (if it were a real guitar) tied into rumble

Construction process write-up Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 Video

Nintendo Joy Stick (NJS-3D1)

Games Supported: All PC games
Obtained: November 27, 2013
Can be found for: ~$30
Made by: Laral group
Peripheral #: 227
Joystick, tophat/dpad, 1 trigger, 3 face buttons, 4 system buttons, throttle slider, uses the depreciated PC joystick connector

NSZ-GS7 Remote

Games Supported: Misc Android games
Obtained: July 2, 2013
Can be found for: ~$30
Made by: Sony
Peripheral #: 201
Backlit QWERTY keyboard on the back, wireless bluetooth, laptop-style clickable touchpad on the front, motion sensing, misc buttons, takes 2xAAs
Pressing [FN] and [ENTER (center button of the dpad)] (on the remote side, not the keyboard side) puts it into pairing mode

Oculus Rift

Games Supported: Doom 3: BFG Edition, Team Fortress
Obtained: April 12, 2013
Can be found for: ~$300
Made by: Kickstarter
Peripheral #: 196
VR headset with 1280x800 resolution (640x800 per eye), HDMI/DVI for video and USB for the 6-axis head tracking data, 110 degree viewing angle via fisheye lenses

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P5 Glove

Games Supported: Hitman 2, Tiger Hunt, Beah Head 2002, Black & White
Obtained: January 9, 2010
Can be found for: ~$40
Made by: Essential Reality
Peripheral #: 090
Mouse-mode compatible with any application
6 degrees of tracking (X, Y, Z, Yaw, Pitch and Roll) to ensure realistic movement
Bend-sensor (each finger shows up as an analog axis) and optical-tracking technology
Infrared control receptor with scratch-resistant, anti-reflective lens
USB, 4 buttons, a cool box

More Information My Review

PistolMouse FPS

Games Supported: Every PC game
Can be found for: ~$20
Made by: MonsterGecko
an XY axis optical sensor, 2 buttons, scroll wheel, cool box, USB HID
 
IGN 

Pixel Art

Games Supported: Every PC game
Obtained: November 19, 2013
Can be found for: ~$20
Made by: Hyperkin
Peripheral #: 224
Specific version: Blue
Other versions: Red, Green
A dpad, 2 shoulder buttons, 2 system buttons, 4 face buttons, USB HID, a cool box

Pro Gamer Command Pad

Games Supported: Every PC game
Obtained: September 28, 2009
Can be found for: ~$40
Made by: Saitek 
Peripheral #: 077
21 face buttons (14 of which backlit), 1 mode button (switches backlight color from blue, red to green to indicate which profile you're using as each button is re-mappable) , analog thumbstick, palm rest, USB HID

My Review

Ractive Touch+

Games Supported: Most PC games
Obtained: October 5, 2014
Can be found for: ~$50
Made by: Ractiv
Peripheral #: 244
Twin webcams to detect depth, reversible USB connector

Rampart

Desired: Like this, but for 1 player
Games Supported: Rampart
Started Construction: March 8, 2011
Finished Construction: April 15, 2011 (Due to delays in getting final parts)
Construction costs: $20 (trackball+buttons) $20 (plastic+fasteners), $10 (LEDs) $50 (total)
Made by: Techni
Peripheral #: 135
3 backlit buttons, backlit trackball, PS/2 interface

Construction process write-up Part 2 Part 3

Sidewinder Dual Strike

Games Supported: All PC games
Obtained: June 19, 2012
Can be found for: ~$10
Made by: Microsoft
Peripheral #: 165
Digital thumbstick, 3 system buttons, 4 face buttons, 2 triggers, a ball joint that acts as a trackball, USB HID

My Review

Sifteo Cubes

 
Games Supported: ?
Obtained: October 6, 2011
Can be found for: ~$150
Made by: Sifteo
Peripheral #: 151
Quantity: 4 cubes total
Specific version: First edition (connects to PC)
Other versions: Second edition (Does not require PC)
The system comes with 3 cubes and can support a maximum of 6. Each cube has a small depressable LCD, a gyroscope and a wireless link to the base station which plugs into a PC

My Review

SpaceOrb 360

Games Supported: Decent II, Duke Nukem 3D
Obtained: December 21, 2009
Can be found for: ~$15
Made by: Spacetec
Peripheral #: 087
6 buttons, track sphere with 6 degrees of freedom, serial interface, serial to parallel adapter
Only works with Windows 9x

More info
 

Stinky Footboard

Games Supported: All PC games
Obtained: August 26, 2013
Can be found for: ~$15
Made by: Stelulu Technology
Peripheral #: 218
A big, foot-operated, USB dpad. Interchangeable and adjustable tension springs
 

V3 Steering Wheel

Games Supported: Racing games (PC)
Re-obtained: May 9, 2011
Originally Obtained: No idea
Can be found for: ~$10
Made by: Interact
Peripheral #: 142
A steering wheel with 2 foot pedals, a dpad, 8 face buttons, turbo and remapping buttons, uses the depreciated PC joystick connector

Wireless Series Gamepad

Games Supported: All PC games
Obtained: July 3, 2013
Can be found for: ~$10
Made by: Intel
Peripheral #: 202
Disc-style dpad, 8 buttons (1 of which makes it emulate a mouse), tilt sensor, 2 triggers, wireless via (huge) USB dongle, player indicator LCD, takes 2xAAs (included)

Wizzard Pinball Controller

Games Supported: Misc PC Pinball games
Obtained: January 2, 2013
Can be found for: ~$12
Made by: Thrustmaster
Peripheral #: 187
2 buttons, uses the depreciated PC joystick connector

Zeemote JS1

Games Supported: List (Android)
Obtained: June 20, 2012
Can be found for: ~$15
Made by: Zeemote
Peripheral #: 166
Quantity: 2
analog stick and 3 buttons, wireless (via bluetooth), power button, takes 2xAAAs (included)

Misc/Common/Adapters

Logitech MX1000 Wireless Mouse, Microsoft Optical Wireless desktop (KB and Mouse)
Adapter for (USB HID): Gamecube (standard)
Adapter for (USB HID): Playstation (DualShock 1 & 2, SCPH-1110 Flightstick)
Adapter for (USB HID): PS/2 (Keyboard & Mouse simultaneously)
Adapter for (USB HID): Playstation (DualShock 1 & 2, SCPH-1110 Flightstick, steering wheel), Gamecube (standard, Donkey Kong Bongos), Dreamcast (standard, Twin Sticks, steering wheel) Drivers
Adapter for (USB): XBOX (standard, memory card, Steel Battalion)
Adapter for (USB): XBOX (memory card) [Action Replay]
Adapter for (USB): XBOX360 wireless controller and headset
Adapter for (RS-232 Serial): Playstation 1 (memory card) [Dex Drive]

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