Replacement PCB to make NES controllers work on Commodore retro computersDesigned by autumnhippo in Denmark
The NES64 is a replacement PCB for use in an existing controller for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). It brings one of the most popular and arguably best of the early game console controlle...Read More…
The NES64 is a replacement PCB for use in an existing controller for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). It brings one of the most popular and arguably best of the early game console controllers to the Commodore 64, Amiga, Atari and other retro home computers.
The NES64 can be installed in either an original Nintendo controller or in a currently produced clone controller. Either way, it may be installed in a way that keeps your working (and perhaps even antique) controller fully restorable to its original state.
It features an optional switch that lets you jump in most games using the A button (Nintendo style) instead of the up-arrow (Commodore joystick style). The switch can be installed for external or internal access. The former is destructive to the casing, whereas the latter is not.
Available in the following configurations:
Every configuration (except PCB only) will come with approximately 2 m of cable.
Please note: Current reproductions of NES controller cases come in a huge variety from many different manufacturers. They are mostly identical, and they are all made to resemble the original controllers. However, they may still have differences, and this means the following:
NOTE 1 - For kits including a case, you may get a case that does not resemble the original controller entirely when it comes it its colour. Some manufacturers have gone for light grey, and some seem to have gone for a darker shade. I will not supply cases that differ wildly (such as red, blue, different button layouts, etc.), I will always try to source cases that mostly match the originals. However, colour/shade may differ over time as my sourcing changes.
NOTE 2 - For kits excluding a case, you may find that the inside of your supplied case is slightly different than what the NES64 board was made for. Maybe a case pin was moved a few millimetres compared to the board hole that it was meant to fit. Maybe a hole in the board is slightly too small to fit a peg in your case. These issues are usually easily solved with a sharp knife or similar. I have already accounted for a lot of different case designs (including original NES case), but if you do encounter issues like this, I would very much appreciate an accurate, detailed description of how the NES64 doesn't fit your case and/or a link to where you sourced it, so that I can take it into consideration for future revisions.
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