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I might as well post this here, seeing that the FX Pak Pro and Super Everdrive owe a bit of their existences to this part of history.
I've been on a mission as of late to make arcade-type sticks/controllers for all of my consoles to enrich my game-play experience, and I've finally gotten around to my SNES. So unveiling my: SF2 / Twin2 Edition – VVG Enhanced Controller: (Super Famicom-Street Fighter / Twin Stick-Twin Control) Built into a Hammond Mfg. 20" x 11.25" aluminum enclosure, and featuring: *(2) iL Eurostick 8-way joysticks w/ Cherry micro-switches *(2) iL extended length, threaded SST shafts *(2) Sanwa LB-35, 35mm ball-knobs (Dak Hai) *(6) iL PSL-L concave push-buttons w/ Cherry micro-switches (1 ea. Green (Y) /Blue (X) /Yellow (B) /Red (A) & 2 Light Gray (L&R)) *(2) iL PSL/CV convex push-buttons w/ Cherry micro-switches (2 Dark Gray (Select & Start)) *SNES controller donor PCB & cable *Custom C.P. artwork overlay So basically its your run-of-the-mill arcade stick, with era-correct arcade components...featuring a Street Fighter button layout, and a 2nd stick wired in as a twin input for the Y/X/B/A buttons. The 2nd stick allows for arcade-accurate controls when playing Crazy Climber (Nichibutsu Arcade Classics), Robotron: 2084 (Williams: Arcade's Greatest Hits), Super Smash TV, and Total Carnage. Enjoy!
Hello friends, I recently came into some new Super Famicom hardware, including two mystery controllers that I absolutely cannot find any information on. I suspect they are nothing special but I'd like to be sure. This forum seems like the perfect resource, full of knowledgeable folks who might be able to identify such things. Please see attached images. The controller is called the "Master Blaster" which really complicates getting a decent google search. I have two, non-functional and one functional but in need of silicon repair. I don't have the means to try and fix the non-functional one. Just wondering if some museum would benefit having these before I potentially get rid of em. Thanks!