Welcome to SinisterSticks.com

Ever wonder why if your video game skill were great before Street Fighter 2 and better before the NES, why that is?

It's because the Industry changed the left handed controller as the standard controller. Not since Beeshu has there been a company approved by the system makers to do ambidexterity right.

I am trying to design, and have built, joystick that could be the basis for a mass-market joystick maker to use to appeal to an underserved market well hopefully minimally disturbing existing markets. This joystick will be everything a right handed stick player would need:

- adapter sfor many systems.
- System- and game-independent button remapping.
- lightning quick moves.
- your choice of parts, (this will only apply to the models directly ordered here)
- and a design that works well for lefties as it does for right-handers.

In the tradition of "bad boy pads" that are Evil or Wicked, the name Sinister has a double meaning. Both the concept of an unfair (yet tournament legal) advantage you have when playing, and because the Latin word for left-handed is sinister.

And yes you can be right handed for some purposes and left handed for others. It's just JAMMA and Nintendo changed the definition halfway through my childhood.

Take back performance. Give yourself options. There a right way and a left way, and having both is the correct way,

The SinisterSticks.com.

Here are the links to various pages of my Ambidextrous Joystick job.

For Potential wirers, who need to know what the job entails, click here

For the sales pitch I'd use if mass-manufactured, click here

For a history on why right handed joysticks are rare after the NES click here

For my story of how I dominated my friends for 2 weeks before it broke, click here.

To make my testimonial have more weight with the famous person that I'm friends with that EVERYONE THERE beat with my right handed joystick, click here