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Competition Pro USB Joystick + '99 Best of C64 Classix®' Games Collection
Video gamers from the early days will recognise it! The COMPETITION PRO for the Commodore 64 (C64) and Amiga won the hearts of the gaming community in the 80s and became the most successful joystick of all time. What started back then with the joystick of all joysticks has become a lifelong passion for many gamers. To some, the Competition Pro is like their first love.
Already famous for its blackred design, this year SPEEDLINK is presenting the legendary stick in this great colourcombo: a transparent casing with red controls. At the time of the C64 and Amiga a rarity this version was special already in those days. Its extreme durability and the characteristic clicks of the micro switches were its trademarks back in the day. The current version comes with an extremely robust, sprung metal stick as well as micro switches. Just like its predecessor, the Competition Pro USB only offers eight directions, and a fire button as an input command. Despite that, it comes with two large buttons and two additional smaller switches making it suitable for left and right handers. Autofire can be activated by the press of a button - a must for many Amiga games. What's more, you don't need to install a driver.
The accompanying games collection by magnussoft® includes 99 games, for example universally famous games such as Paperboy, Turrican, Defender of the Crown* and Cybernoid. Anyone who's ever held an original Competition Pro in their hands will definitely remember a few of these games.
The SPEEDLINK bundle comprising a Competition Pro USB Joystick plus the '99 best of C64 Classix®' games collection for the PC is available in Europe for the RRP of €17.99.
- Digital USB joystick featuring micro switches
- Extensive games collection featuring 99 C64 classics
- 4 buttons with that original 80s sound
- Switchable autofire
- Extremely robust, sprung metal stick
- No driver needed
- RRP: €17.99
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