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Quote from: villain on 20:26, 29 November 16Yep, that's what I understood. But in whole Germany you will not find more than 12 GX4000-pads, at least seven oft them not working anymore. Personally I own none of them and can't imagine playing a game like SF2 on the keyboard. So it would be cool to have some actual, buyable pads.
Quote from: kawickboy on 08:54, 30 November 16Is there any way to use 3b megadrive pad with an adaptor or the Toto's mx4 board ? Shoryuken with gx4000 pad should be a difficult task.
Quote from: keith56 on 09:45, 30 November 16A NeoGeo console stick, or Neogeo CD pad could be used as well if you are willing to make a converter, they use a 15 pin connector, but they have no circuits in the pad, and a single ground wire.I will be attempting to wire one up for the cpc this weekend, I want to see if the undocumented 3rd fire button really works!!http://old.pinouts.ru/Game/NeoGeoJoystick_pinout.shtml
Quote from: kawickboy on 10:03, 30 November 16on the asian market there is plenty of wonderful and cheap usb pads, which are clones of saturn/nes/snes/md pads.
Quote from: PulkoMandy on 11:22, 30 November 16Good news: I have this Albireo board with an USB port on it, which could be used with these. I need to figure out USB hubs if we want more than one pad, however.
Quote from: TotO on 10:44, 30 November 16All those controllers are not directly compatible with the CPC... They require an adapter to work, like the Megadrive controller.About the NeoGeo CD controller, it is the same as the NeoGeo controller.No 5V is required, but the pin have existed for a "future usage".Now, for CPC and PLUS users, better to be limited to two fire buttons for existing games compatibility.New games should use an optional dedicated board from the expansion port to allow more buttons and avoid ghosts keys side effect.
Quote from: VincentGR on 14:36, 30 November 16For the 8bits you need voltage to have more than two buttons I think.
Quote from: TotO on 14:58, 30 November 16CPC:Pin1 = UPPin2 = DOWNPin3 = LEFTPin4 = RIGHTPin5 = SPAREPin6 = FIRE1Pin7 = FIRE2Pin8 = COM1Pin9 = COM2Megadrive:Pin5 = VCC to allow to power the internal integrated multiplexer circuit.Pin7 = GND to encode A and START or VCC to encode LEFT, RIGHT, B, C
Quote from: Skunkfish on 10:26, 30 November 16Keith, I believe the Neo Geo CD pad requires the +5V line whereas the original stick doesn't. Let me know if you find that isn't the case as I have a couple of CD controllers lying around that I'd like to use!
Quote from: dlfrsilver on 15:18, 03 December 16I have a question folks, is it a CPC classic game or a CPC plus game ?
QuoteStreet Fighter II titled 'Street Fighter II - CPC Edition' which is being developed by DaDMaN, McKlain and AugustoRuiz for the Amstrad CPC 6128 (128Kb RAM)
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