Jump to content


New Members
  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About coin

  • Rank
    Combat Commando
  • Birthday 03/20/1969

Contact / Social Media

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
  • Interests
    Controllers Arcade, Arcade cabinets, Pinball mechanical DMD Visual , VCS 2600, Vectrex, NES SNES N64 Wii U Switch, SEGA Genesis CD 32x Dreamcast, Play Station 1, Zx Spectrum +128, Comodore64, Apple 2
  • Currently Playing
    Mine Storm on Vectrex(target is 100 000 points & superior level using a custom arcade flying yoke joystick)
  • Playing Next
    StarTrek(SegaGenesis) on VCS 2600(target 500 000 points using a custom control panel with an arcade SUZO ROTTERDAM ball stick

Recent Profile Visitors

425 profile views
  1. The mouse(digital) is better than digital keys because our hands movements are analog(natural). Testing "Lunar lander" using a spinner(also digital) was good but you are right, the flight throttle controller(analog potentiometer) movements are close to the arcade cabinet. (it is a spring inside the original lander controller, sure you can remove if is more handy for you). The starting topic was about analog throttle controller, game playing with the proper controller change the game. For DIY a Lunar Lander controller using on MAME is necessary: -one potentiometer(5k 10k 50k 100k) -analog/digital interface (like the A-PAC from Ultimarc) -a spring(optional) -Lunar_Lander_-_1979_-_Atari.pdf (Maintenance and Service Manual) or modding a PC flight controller(only one potentiometer is necessary)
  2. Hello, I'm glad to see there are others fans of that game. I intend to build myself the controller using the Lunar Lander arcade service manual found on the internet. Until that is working very wheel for me the baseball arcade controller(is a simple lever linked with the potentiometer and a spring) connected to MAME PC using an analog/digital interface.
  • Create New...