Cheap USB Switches for Games and Creation: Buzz

Image of four Buzz game controllers, each consisting of a handset with a large red push button, and four rectangular coloured buttons beneath. Diagramatical text explains which controller is which, and how a PC assigns each button, detected as joystick button presses.

The Music Gym have uploaded a guide on how to get Buzz controllers functioning on a PC using JoyToKey. These push buttons come as ridiculously cheap wired versions, or more expensive wireless versions. eBay's probably the cheapest place to find these.

They give some really good tips for mounting these controllers, and for being creative with them too. Love that they've including two of my favourite one-switch accessible activities, Tink and Ambio-mat. Excellent!

Added to the DIY section and discovered at the Accessible GameBase.

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