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    Default Can anyone recommend a USB Joystick to use on a MAC!

    Can anyone recommend a USB Joystick to use on a MAC that will enable me to play MAME OSX, SNES9x and Stella emulators etc. I have an old MacAlly Dual Shock but the buttons are knackered and I am looking to invest in something else.

    Does anyone have any suggestions!

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    I have and original PSX Dual Analogue stick controller that I use for all my emulators - I connect it to my Mac via a PSX-to-USB adapter (tons of them on eBay (shush..)). I find that with most HID compliant emulators there is nothing to configure really - just works out-of-the-box. I use it on all the emulators you've mentioned above and some of the extra button can be used to configure against other functions in SNES9x such as the save states options. Make sure you get a light-grey coloured model though as the black PS2 ones look shit next to your beautiful Mac.
    Last edited by Green Bert; 19-11-12 at 09:23. Reason: spelling

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    Just picked this reply up from way back! Thanks for the suggestions and sorry for not replying earlier.

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