If you have a vintage computer or console that uses the 9 pin DE9 socket like the Amiga, Atari ST, Atari 2600 etc
You can now use a standard nunchuck controller as one handed joystick using the ThumbStick adapter, just connect your wii nunchuck and plug in
The nunchuck thumb stick is used for direction control and the 2 trigger buttons are mapped to Fire button 1 and Fire button 2 as independent fire buttons ideal for games that can support one or two fire buttons on classic hardwar
For users of the original Apple Macintosh the original 9 pin Apple M0100 mice are becoming increasingly difficult to find in good working order, even if you can find one in working condition at a sensible price you still have to regularly clean the mechanical ball and rollers that will eventually collect dirt and effect performance. You can now solve this problem with a USB mouse adapter for your classic Mac.
A simple solution is to use a standard USB mouse with your classic Macintosh with a TruMouse Mac USB mouse adapter, the adapter is very compact and less than 3cm in length and provides a single USB mouse socket at the rear of your Mac
Compatible with the majority of wired USB mice on your classic Macintosh, True USB HID interface – no software or drivers needed, just plug in and use
The TruMouse Mac adapter is compatible with ALL vintage Macintosh Mac computers that used the DE9 – 9 Pin Mouse Connector such as Mac 128k, Mac 512k and Mac Plus
The left mouse button will be mapped to a single mouse button, the adapter supports the majority of USB optical mice and some even some wireless USB models!
Wireless USB Mice on a vintage Apple Macintosh?
Yes the TruMouse MAC adapter is also compatible with wireless Logitech mice that use the Unifying USB receiver and most Philip’s branded Wireless Mice