One Handed Gaming

Hardware Hacker "Hasse" modified a GameCube controller for his disabled brother, so he could play GameCube games on his Wii one-handed. It's a really clever modification, with tilt-sensor and very helpful guide-lights.

There is an alternative solution out there for the lay-person, although it of course will cost more money. Connect one of a range of Playstation 2 one-handed controllers to the Wii/GameCube using an adapter. Simples.

And whilst on the subject, I highly recommend taking a look at Giant Bomb's cross platform list of compatible games for one-handed play.

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  1. # Blogger OneSwitch.org.uk

    More info here: http://hackaday.com/2010/08/12/one-handed-gamecube-controller/

    Great that the motion sensor can be switched between working as a D-pad or Thumb-stick. Great stuff.  

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