Learn more at Instructables the Accessible Gaming Shop Tailor-Made controls section. Many thanks to Techni Myoko for the tip off.
Althought the exchange rate looks a bit suspect for UK gamers, this is still likely to work out as the cheapest option for many. As with the alternatives, an Xbox 360 wired controller is still required.
Added to the Accessible Gaming Shop Adapters section.
I visited the new premises of Skoogmusic yesterday in Edinburgh, and was knocked off my feet by the progress they have made with The Skoog. An electronic musical instrument revolution is truly in progress. This thing is fun up front, but also opens up so much potential for musicians of all abilities.
The Little Boots video above is unrelated, I just liked it! See more at her YouTube channel including a fine rendition of Running up that Hill. Would love to see what she could do with a Skoog...
Found via JayIsGames.com
Don't like the jokes? How about switch adapting a new red Talking Tins device and recording your own for switch play-back. You could equally well use a lap-top to perform pre-recorded jokes and sound effects at random or in order using the Switch Mixer Lite.
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Putting me in mind of Z for Zachariah this bleak little point-and-click game is actually quite enjoyable. Some of the puzzles are a bit obscure but thankfully there is a walkthrough cheat guide for when you're completely bamboozled. Great for head-tracker use and most mouse alternatives.
See Pastel Games and Arcade Town for many more on-line point-and-click games. You can also download games from Arcade Town and play them full screen which I find makes play easier on the eyes.
There's no major rush with this game, making it an ideal head-tracker game for many, and possibly even eye-tracker users too. Very addictive and possible for one-switch play too (with some help needed to navigate the menus). Play full-screen here and press F11 if using internet explorer.
Geoff Harbach of LEPMIS has just posted a very technical video of his Playstation 3 Switch Access Pod (PS3 SAP). You can find out more about this controller at the Accessible Gaming Shop including a link to a PS3 SAP D.I.Y. analogue controls guide.
You can find many more one-switch puzzle games at the OneSwitch Game Library including three Puzzle Bobble inspired games. My particular favourite one-switch puzzle game however is Uo Poko which needs the MAME emulator to be played. One for the ATE Arcade one day.