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Ever wonder why if your video goame skill weere great before SAtreet Fighter 2 and better beofre 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 acompany apporved by the system makers to do ambidexterity right. This joystick will be everything a rihgt handed stick plaer would need, adapter or many systems, System and game independednt buuton reprogramming, lightning quick moves, your chouice of parts, and a design that works well for lefties as it does for righthanders. In the tradition of "badboy poads that are Evil or Wicked, the name Sinister has a double meaning. Both the vonvrpt of an unfsir advantage you have when playing, and the literaly Latin meaing of he word Sinister meaning "left Handed." An yes you can be right handed for some purposes and left handed for others. It's just JAMMA and Nintendo changed the definitoin halfway through my childhood. Take back performance. Give yourself options. There a right way and a left way, and habving both is the correct way,

To the potential contractor



I need a few different jobs which will be paid over time. I would like these items itemized so I can do parts of jobs with one person and parts with another if necessary. The first is a ring installed in my joystick to prevent clunky corners. I am not handy with most tools so I don't know what I'm doing.

The second should be done by the same person who does the first job. Install two 25 pin adapters. One on each side. one for left handed and one for right handed. The right hand default mode is the same as the left relative to the index finger on either side.
The Third Job is a button remapping device where if I want to remap buttons, I plug one end into the joystick, one end into the PCB, and the middle has either 3.5 mm or RCA wires. There are 2 reasons why I MAY want RCA wires. One is that I had Problems with KY enterprises, and the connectors didn't work right, and their connections were 3.5 mm. but the main reason is if I need to replace them, I don't need to necessarily hire a solderer to repair it, but could potentially fix it myself by getting a new RCA male to RCA male cable , which I can pick up cheap at Goodwill, and replace the bad wire. Plus the cats are less likely to chew thick wires like RCA cables. It's easy to plug in, easy to stay in, easy to plug out where desired, and it can be mounted so it's geographically evident what hole is what function. My second joystick maker made it so the connectors are spaghetti wired and hard to follow, like it wasn't meant to be replaced. Never again I will use Quick Connects. 3.5 mm is a little easier to lose hookup if not done right because it'll be on vertical positional insertion, where RCA doesn't depend on vertical insertion level.

When we get to the Atari 5200, Intellivision, Colecovision Super Action, Colecovision Standard, and the Atari Jaguar, I'm going to need a cradle to hold a second joypad and y-adapters so I can control the keypad in mid game and use the original overlays without unplugging and replugging the stick. Also I might need a second middle controller button remapped adapter for THOSE systems so keypad presses can be actuated by joystick buttons for Mouse Trap.